Kristin Kreuk finds style inspiration from Navajo prints

Apr 03, 2013

Celebrities have loved it for years, trendsetters embrace it in numerous ways and now it's your turn to try the bold fashion trend: Navajo-inspired clothing and jewelry. We recently saw it go viral with Isabel Marant's printed skinny jeans, when a handful of celebrities, such as Nicole Richie and Cheryl Cole, were spotted donning them last year. However, on your pants is not the only way you can sport this trend. In fact, the fierce style can be a whole lot easier to pull off when you incorporate it with an accessory like a necklace or earrings.

Canadian actress Kristin Kreuk recently attended Wondercon 2013 to chat about her TV series on The CW, "Beauty and the Beast." Her Navajo-inspired style, including a tribal necklace and an Aztec-printed jacket, paired perfectly with the rest of her edgy yet casual look of a gray loose-fitting tee, leather leggings and buckled ankle boots. The starlet might not aim to be the center of attention on the red carpet, but she certainly steals the spotlight without even trying.

Kreuk is most famous for her roles as Lana Lang on "Smallville" and Hannah on "Chuck," but she told journalists at the conference in Anaheim, California, that she has grown to love her character Catherine Chandler in "Beauty and the Beast."

"I like them all for different reasons," she told Rachel Rossilli of The Geek Speak Video Show. "I think I really do love Catherine, maybe it's because of where I'm at right now, but she's such a strong character."

Whether you're a fan of Kristin Kreuk, are looking to mix bold shapes and patterns in your style or simply are inspired by the Navajo style, you can find a piece that works for you. Try going with accessories that flaunt natural stones, such as the Lapis Lazuli Set Of Three Rings In Antiqued Copper or the Turquoise Nugget Leather Necklace In Antiqued Copper, and mix it with a fashion-forward ensemble like a leather skirt and lightweight Aztec-printed jacket like Kreuk's.

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