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Today’s Etsy finds are these amazing handmade bracelets from Peru. Made with hemp thread gold tone copper, they are also eco-friendly and come in an array of fun colors.  We want to buy them all and stack them up! They’d also make adorable gifts for your girlfriends.

Recuerdos Bracelets - $25 each at Etsy
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Beth_Lauren_Spiky_necklace.jpgOur go-to winter uniform consists of a rotating cast of boots, skinny jeans, and cozy sweaters. But we like to add a special touch to the outfit with a statement necklace, like this edgy yet glam pick from Beth Lauren. Featuring square crystals and spikes together on a brass link chain, the Singapura necklace ($88) is the ultimate mix of feminine and fierce. Shop this piece and the affordable label’s other covetable styles at bethlauren.com.Beth_Lauren_Spiky_Necklace_Thumb.jpg

Alice_mccall_LWD_preview.jpgSay goodbye to the LBD - the new classic we’re spotting on everyone is the LWD (little white dress, that is). From the red carpet to the runways, white frocks are a tasteful and chic choice even in winter. We’ve been hunting for the perfect style for a while, and we think we finally found the one. This dress by Australian designer Alice McCall features a classic, flattering sweetheart silhouette layered under a lattice-look piece that adds some edge to the outfit. Draped chiffon at the skirt is slimming and feminine, and we love the black banded waistline that keeps things interesting. 

Alice McCall Chateau de Malmaison Dress - $429 at alleycattrade.comalice_mccall_LWD-thumb.jpg
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What’s more fun to accessorize with than chunky, colorful rings? Nothing! We love the wide selection from brazilian jewelry designer Betty Carrè, which can be stacked and mixed together to create a boho-chic look. They retail for $30 to $188 at bettycarrestore.com.Betty_Carre_thumb.jpg

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We love lines from Australia, because they’re always filled with easy, breezy pieces that transition easily from the beach to the city. But One Teaspoon is a little different - the contemporary line still features flowing silhouettes we’re used to, but the styles are edgier. Designer Jamie Blakely left her home in Queensland at age 18 to travel to Sydney and launch her line with no formal fashion training. One Teaspoon was originally run out of her bedroom, but as people began to catch on to Blakely’s boundary-pushing, eclectic styles the company grew to success. You can shop the rebellious cool brand online at oneteaspoon.com.au.oneteaspoon_thumb.jpg

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