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If the thought of wearing a taco around your neck weirds you out, take another look at Lucy Folk’s “Taqueria” collection. The Australian designer creates molds of food and then casts them in solid silver and 18 ct gold. The result is surprisingly amazing! She’s done everything from pretzels to pasta, and her latest collection is inspired by Mexican food, primarily tacos and corn chips. For more information, visit lucyfolk.com.lucyfolkthumb.png
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If you’ve ever said that you “can’t” walk or stand all night in heels, then you obviously haven’t met wedges. Wedge heels are one of my favorite things, especially when they come in the form of booties, like these 6.5” platform Yotam Solomon shoes. They are comfortable, sturdy, and available in a variety of colors. So worth the splurge!

Yotam Solomon Triya Wedge, $449 at stantonjames.com.
kscuffs.pngEvery girl needs some arm candy for holiday parties, and we’re craving these bright statement cuffs from Kendra Scott. Spice up a little black dress with one of these bright and bold pieces, or buy them for your fashionable friends and family members. Prices start at $105 at kendrascott.com.kscuffsthumb.png
possenyc.pngOn my holiday wish list this year? A handbag from our newest discovery: Posse. Launched by designer Andrea Posse in 2007, the line offers quality luxury bags for every occasion. Posse handbags encompass everything from glam clutches and drool-worthy cross-bodies (that fringed option is a must-have) to boho-chic carryalls and day-to-night pieces. Prices range from $195 to $600, and the collection is available online at possenyc.com.

item-71544-4b218f09bb4b7-m.jpgWe love discovering new designers, so naturally we got excited when we discovered indie shopping destination Smashing Darling. The website boasts more than 300 emerging designers and fashion brands from all over the country. The site is similar to Etsy in that each designer has their own boutique, but the layout and shopping experience is more visually appealing, the selection is curated, and the designer profiles are more in-depth (but don’t be mistaken - we still love Etsy!).

One piece we’re lusting over: Oyster Duster Earrings With Artisan Glass Accents in Gold - $138

Visit smashingdarling.com to shop!

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