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This gold multi-chain bracelet from independent jewelry designer Ariane Arazi will add a touch of sophisticated elegance to any look. Whether you’re in the office, out for a fancy dinner, or running around in jeans and a tee on the weekends, this basic chunky piece will complement your outfit.

Ariane Arazi is an emerging Italian-American jewelry designer with a strong family history in the industry - her grandfather founded the brand Hasbani Gioelli in Milan over 50 years ago. Inspired by her heritage, the latest fashion trends, and her own personal style, Arazi handcrafts a new collection each season using semi-precious stones, pearls, Swarovski crystals, and precious metals.

Ariane Arazi Mutliple Chain Bracelet - $175. For ordering information, visit
These adorable vintage-inspired swimsuits from Esther Williams feature low cut legs, halter necks, and flirty ruching across the front to conceal body flaws and show off your assets (the suits are also available in plus sizes). We love the fun polka dot print! They sell for just under $90 at



Quail has been one of our favorite emerging labels for a long time. Los Angeles Designer Michelle Williams creates looks that are ahead-of-the-curve style wise, but still completely wearable (and affordable!) Here are our three favorite looks from the summer look book:

Quail is available in specialty boutiques and online at Revolve Clothing and

abbelliscathumb.pngTo be honest, we’re getting a bit bored of the statement necklace - doesn’t it seem like everyone’s wearing or selling a jeweled or floral bib necklace at this point? Fortunately Abbellisca’s grosgrain ribbon and glass bead necklaces stand out from the crowd. They make a statement like a bib necklace, but a little more subtly. To make them even more appealing, check out the price - under $25! To shop, visit the Etsy shop.

confectionthumb.pngLooking to add a wow factor to your outfit? Look no further than these snazzy rings from Confection Jewels. The rings are made from vintage buttons and make a statement without looking gaudy or too trendy. Available at, the rings cost $50 to $100.


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