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ninakiringthumb.pngLos Angeles-based designer Ninaki Priddy launched her luxury jewelry collection, Ninaki, this year. The bold, sleek collection fuses modern art and architecture, highlighting her passion for architectural lines (Priddy studied at the Southern California Institute of Architecture before joining the fashion industry). We love her statement gold and silver rings that are sure to be conversation starters! 

Shown: Mini Stella 24k gold plated ring, $660 at ninaki.com.
lesawallacethumb.pngWe love Lesa Wallace’s chic, structured bags. Simple, elegant, and appropriate for day or night, these bags are definitely on our fall wish list. Wallace has been designing since she was a young girl, altering her sister’s hand-me-downs to make them her own. After finishing school, she set out to design her own handbag line that could fit in with current trends, but also contain a classic element. She launched her line in 2003, using vibrant colors and top quality Italian leather, achieving her signature timeless style. The line is now carried in boutiques in several states, and is sold online at lesawallace.com.

Pictured: the Coco Saddle Bag in Cognac, $325.
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Looking for a chic bootie for fall? These Kelsi Dagger leather cuffed wedge booties will do the trick. Even with a 4.5 inch platform heel, these shoes are comfortable and super easy to walk in. Kelsi Dagger is the younger sister of much-loved shoe brand Pour La Victoire, and the name is a fictional femme fatale conceptualized by designers David Giordano and Jay Adoni. Kelsi Dagger is the voice for all that is fresh, young, and totally hip. All we have to say is that we totally adore these ankle boots!

Kelsi Dagger Wilma Grey Leather Wedge Booties, $187 at moxsie.com.
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Sometimes, you just want to have a little fun. And UK-based jewelry e-tailer BonRobot provides just that: playful, quirky jewelry from emerging designers at prices you can afford. Our favorite pieces include a Me and Zena necklace featuring a fuzzy old-school TV charm ($27.80), and a funky Han Cholo silver plated skull ring ($69.50). Shop at bonrobot.com.
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These vintage-inspired hair pins will add a romantic touch to any look for only $8.50. The antique rose sakura flower cabochon and white cluster cabochon adorn bronze hair pins, making these cute accessories classic.

Southern Belle Vintage Hair Pin Duo - $8.50 each at etsy.com.

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