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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

qi_cashmere_dress.jpgThe best way to stop buying things you’ll never wear is to invest in classics instead of trendy, of-the-moment styles. And you can never go wrong with a sweater dress, like this one from our go-to cashmere company, Qi. The asymmetrical patches of suede keep the dress fresh, but it’s still something you can wear again and again, and style in different ways. 

Qi Radcliffe Dress - $395 at qicashmereshop.com.qi_cashmere_dress_thumb.png

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Add some vintage flair to your look with this bright blue chunky bangle from the 60s! Perfect for mixing and matching with the rest of our bangle collection, yet bold enough to wear on its own. 

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We’re always looking for new conversation pieces to add to the collection, and just about everything from Verameat fits the bill. Hand crafted in NYC by Ukrainian designer Vera Balyura, the pieces reflect her personal travels and experiences. Jewelry such as the above spine ring ($40 to $280) is inspired by her surgeon grandma. Other pieces that might catch your eye are a french bulldog ring and vampire fang earrings. Shop the  collection online at verameat.com.

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