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tj_designs_jewelry_thumb.jpgWhat happens when two style bloggers and sisters launch a jewelry line? Good things! We’re in love with the new collection, T+J Designs, by Jen of Red Soles and Wine and Tiffany of I am Style-ish. Affordable and on-trend, it’s everything we could ever ask for from a new accessories brand!

Silver & Sapphire Three Stone Dangle Earrings - $38

Gunmetal Luxe Braided Necklace - $96

Neon Pink Rhinestone Cuff - $30

We love this cropped top by Upstate, available for a limited time at Of a Kind, because it’s so versatile. Wear it for the rest of the summer with shorts and sandals, and in the fall tucked into a skirt or with skinny jeans and boots. 

Hand-dyed in Brooklyn, this unique top is a seasonless piece you can snag for under $100!

Tri-Fold Dip Top by Upstate - $99 at Of a Kind
If you’re in need of a new practical yet stylish bag for fall, consider this handmade convertible tote bag/messenger bag from Etsy seller Christy Studio. This bag can fit everything you need (i.e. a laptop, books, notebooks) and is made with durable canvas and cotton. In addition to its functionality, this bag is also right on trend for fall in deep teal. 

Ashley Shoulder Bag/Messenger Bag in Teal - $42 at Etsy
Burgundy is definitely one of fall’s hottest colors, and this burgundy blazer from Nasty Gal will make a statement and pull together your outfits with ease. Wear it now with a tank and cut off shorts or a leopard-print mini, and over jeans or a knit dress when it gets cool. At $68, this style is an affordable wardrobe staple that you can remix so many different ways.

Beach Club Blazer in Wine, $68 at
cecilia-gonzales-bracelet-silk-chain-moxsie.jpgWhile browsing Moxsie the other day we stumbled upon these must-have bracelets from Celia Gonzalez. Handmade with dyed silk cord weaved into long natural brass chains, the bracelets also double as a perfect-for-layering necklaces!

Designer Cecilia Gonazalez is based in Miami, where she hand crafts each piece in her Coconut Grove studio. To preserver the uniqueness of her pieces, Gonzalez uses an arduous process of oxidation and patination on the metals, chains, and charms. She layers many elements together to create modern jewelry pieces with an aged look of antiquity.

We’re happy to have this up-and-coming label on our radar!

Shown: Toni Silk Bracelet, Orange - $59 at Moxsie

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