Stylist JenniLee shows us how to accessorize with evil eyes because we all need a little bit of luck on our side.
For as long as I can remember my Nana Kitty, a Brit by way of Russia, has uttered the Yiddish phrase "kennahara," roughly translated to "No Evil Eyes On You," while tapping my head. Spanning from cultures as diverse as Ancient Greece, Sanskrit and Japan, this famed amulet represents the sentiment of blocking the stink-eye. And now it turns out one of the oldest talisman to ever be adorned is in vogue again. Here are some stylish ways to watch your back and ward off negativity.[gallery ids="1249,1250,1245,1247,1248,1251,1246"]