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Beatrixe_FW2011.jpgWe recently stumbled across New York City up-and-comer Beatrixe, and we are literally dying over almost every single one of their pieces. A neutral palette for fall 2011 leaves us with luxe separates in flowing silhouettes, perfect for pairing with chunky sweaters or jeans this season. 

The young line was born in fall 2010 when three European partners came together from various backgrounds in investment banking, marketing, and design. The name evolved from the world meaning “voyager through life” in Latin, symbolizing how the brand will evolve in the upcoming season to create a complete world for the woman who wears Beatrixe. We can’t wait to see what this evolution will bring! 

For now, shop Beatrixe at 25 Park and Satine Boutique.beatrixe_thumb.jpg

dolcetta_by_dolce_vita_bootie.jpgIt’s pretty rare to see an on-trend shoe you NEED, flip over the price tag, and see a number under $100. So we were really excited to discover that one of our favorite affordable shoe brands, Dolce Vita, had collaborated with Urban Outfitters for the line Dolcetta by Dolce Vita. The harness heel boot has everything we’re looking for this fall: a chunky heel for comfort, a bit of edgy metal, a neutral go-with-everything color, and riding-inspired details. All for $98! Buy it now at urbanoutfitters.comdolcetta_by_dolce_vita_bootie_thumb.jpg

shakuhachi-fringe-dress.jpgIf you’re the type of gal that likes to make an entrance - the type where the room stops and stares - then this dress from Australian cult label Shakuhachi is for you. The statement piece features macrame knots throughout with a bohemian twist of chic fringe detail on the hem. The perfect clash of edgy and on-trend.

Shakuhachi Macrame Fringe Full Knot Dress - $347 at stantonjames.com.macrame_fringe_dress_stanton_james_thumb.jpg

Clogs were one of those trends that most people waited to jump on the bandwagon with, but we learned our lesson with leggings (remember how everyone thought they were way out there? And now they’re a staple!) Our go-to brand for chic clogs is Maguba, an iconic Swedish label that puts a modern spin on old timer footwear. All of Maguba’s clogs are made with natural materials by hand, and the company makes a donation to plant a new woodland for every pair of clogs sold to offset their carbon footprint. 

 
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Stockholm Flowers/Wood Clog - $133

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Barcelona Brown/Wood Clog - $133

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Bologna Silver/Pink Clog - $133

Shop online at maguba.commaguba_swedish_clogs_thumb.jpg


Corey Lynn Calter’s resort collection is inspired by bees, with playful honeycomb prints in black and white, with pops of yellow and blue. This season is also the designer’s first foray into handbags, featuring woven clutches. We can’t wait to shop this line to wear on our winter getaways!corey_lynn_calter_resort_2011_thumb.jpg

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