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This cozy, hand-knit headband is perfect for the cold days ahead. It’s very soft and will protect your ears from freezing winds while keeping you looking chic. Buy it at etsy.com for $50.
Denada_cowllightweightscarf_Darkpurple_1.jpgDe*Nada is an emerging contemporary accessories brand founded in 2005 by Peruvian designer Virginia Blanca Arrisueno. The knit scarves are handmade in Peru by skilled artisans, and the result blends ethnic styles with modern elements. The scarves cost $55 to $68 and are available at moxsie.com. The perfect cold-weather treat for yourself or holiday gift for a stylish woman on your shopping list!

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3R0T003RK-334X334.jpgFolli Follie is a Greek jewelry line featuring modern pieces at affordable price points (most are just under $100). Their Happy Nugget collection has a fun, playful vibe, incorporating pop elements of flower designs, eccentric spirals and floral crosses. The “nugget” shaped pendants are silver-plated or rose gold, with white or black enamel. Shop the collection at follifollie.com.

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oliveve_thumb1.pngNew handbag line Oliveve hit stores this summer, and their most covetable styles have already sold out. Designers Lynn Rosetti and Kristi Zoldi worked in sales and merchandising for over twenty years, with brands such as Botkier, Foley + Corinna, and Steven Alan. Realizing the need for high-quality, expertly made bags at reasonable price points, the duo launched Oliveve for fall 2010 in New York. All of the bags are made with meticulously chosen leathers and unstructured silhouettes. They also come in a great selection of fun, eye-catching colors! The bags are available at specialty stores and online at bloomingdales.com, with prices around $500.

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Supporting emerging designers AND breast cancer awareness? We can’t think of anything more empowering this October! Here are three indie jewelry brands that are making strides to promote breast cancer awareness and raise funds for research.

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Asha Patel Designs - We absolutely adore Asha Patel’s woven wrap bracelets, and this month the popular style comes in metallic pink! A portion of the proceeds (15%) benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Buy the bracelets (and other BCA-supporting pieces) for $29.50 each at ashapateldesigns.com.




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Rosena Sammi Jewelry - Designer Rosena Sammi was born and raised in New Zealand, is of Sri Lankan heritage, and is now based in New York. Her background inspires her global-chic collection of luxe yet surprisingly affordable jewelry. This month, 30% of the proceeds from sales of the Sanskrit Hope Necklace ($99) will go to the American Cancer Society. Visit rosenasammi.com to buy yours.




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Christine Mighion - The Indiana-based jewelry designer will donate 10% of the proceeds from any pink sapphire pieces in her collection to Susan G. Komen for the Cure this month. This classic ring is set in a recycled 14k gold band and is available for $290 at christinemighion.com.

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