Fashion August 17th, 2015 — by:

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Get more bang for your buck with these highly versatile accessories.

The only thing better than a piece you can wear 2 ways is one you can wear 4 ways! Most of Bounkit‘s earrings have detachable drops that can be mixed and matched, and this pair in particular has two removable parts, creating even more versatility!

The Mami is the bag that has it all, or not a lot… it just depends on your needs! The removable compartments make it easy to travel as light or as heavy as you want.

Karen Hemphill’s Two in One Cufflinks come with two inserts, so you can change your cufflinks on a moment’s notice.

The Freedom pendant looks great empty or filled with one of Goshwara’s beautiful gems. We love any jewelry that lets you match the stone to your mood or outfit.

The versatile Neutro foldover tote is handcrafted with a combination of luxurious Italian Nubuck leather trimmed with Italian lambskin and featuring numerous pockets for carrying all your essentials. It can be worn as a Tote, Fold-Over, or Crossbody.


Trending Tribal

Fashion August 10th, 2015 — by:

Fun patterns, quirky design and unique materials make up this colorful trend for fall.

The primary colors, bold patterns and fringe give this clutch an incredibly tribal feel. We love the playful and quirky vibe.

Most of S. Carter’s store could fit into this category, but these arrowhead necklaces provide the most literal interpretation of the tribal trend.

Res Ipsa’s bags (and shoes!) are made of kilim rugs. Each one is unique and sure to attract some admirers on your next weekend getaway.

These “lula” necklaces are made from organic black seeds and hand-knotted by women artisans in El Salvador. Each one is charmed with a leopard, ouroboros, or skull designed by artist Clay Witt and cast in the USA in solid yellow or white brass.

This springbok messenger makes a statement no matter how it’s carried – everyday or for a special occasion. Handmade in South Africa, each messenger is unique with its own variations and markings.


Back It Up

Fashion August 3rd, 2015 — by:

From slouchy to sleek, we’ve got backpacks for every style.

Shosh’s waxed linen backpack has a relaxed vibe that gives off a cool girl air. Perfect for a fresh start.

We love just about anything Fairchild Baldwin does and their Rucksack is no exception. It’s shown here in black, but we also love the winter white.

Filson’s tin cloth backpack  is great for the guy– or girl– on the go. It includes a snap-out tablet case and is waterproof. What more could you want?

For the person who stays in motion, the unisex 49 Square Miles Canvas Backpack is the thing to own. Haul your work, school, play, gym or kids’ stuff and use it as a small overnight bag. There are possibilities galore!

This leather backpack in indigo has loads of style. The washed leather has a rich texture that really “makes” the look.

And last, but certainly not least, something for the littlest ones. This elephant backpack is great for school, playgroup or for a sleepover with granny and grandad!


Fashion July 27th, 2015 — by:

We’ve had the fringe bug for a while now, but the tipping point was when Charleston Shop Curator featured Imperio JP’s green crossbody bag. Sold!

House of Lavande’s Shell Fringe Collar is the kind of statement piece that every wardrobe requires. We’re obsesses with the Tiger’s Eye accents.

The Rada Clutch features a gilded steel closure that was hand-chiseled in a family-run atélier in Haiti. It also has an ingenious secret wrist strap that can be pulled out to wear the bag as a wristlet or retracted into the clutch for a handheld look.

Alane Weissman’s stretch bangles look great en masse. The chunky beads offset the delicate chain fringe perfectly.

Diamond and leather fringe? Yes, please.  S. Carter does it again with this sleek vertebrae necklace.

And finally, the silver El Fleco. We want to wear this one salsa dancing just so we can see it move.



Fashion July 6th, 2015 — by:

As the temperatures rise, we recommend cooling off with these chillingly beautiful jewels.

Whoever said crystal jewelry was a washout clearly hasn’t seen the “Gossip” earrings by Goshwara. All we can say is wow!

This crystal ring from Agate Ranch takes an uncut approach to the stone. We love the raw edges and elongated shape.

Keep it classic with Pomellato’s Arabesque earrings. These stunners can be dressed up and down and will quickly become your favorite earrings.

For an edgier look, try the Icicles and Rock Crystals necklace by Natalie Frigo. Brass and suede are a nice compliment to the crystal beads.

Mi Ossa’s Zanno Ze hoops are accented by Tibetan crystals and start at only $86. What a steal!

For maximum impact we recommend this chunky Susanna Galanis necklace with vintage brass chain, pearls and crystal.