• B-Low the Belt Boa Tassel Belt

    2011 September 26

    Boa Constrictor

    B-Low the Belt Boa Tassel Belt

    WHAT: B-Low the Belt Boa Tassel Belt

    WHY: Scale new heights with B-Low the Belt's python-embossed waist-cincher, complimented with flirty suede tassels. The exotic animal print accent is just the thing to help you step into the wild without going overboard. Plus, it does double (make that triple) duty. Need a headband? Check. How about a western-inspired lariat? Yep, it can stand in as a necklace too. Three for the price of one. We'll take it.

    AVAILABLE: $150, ShopBop.com

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  • Sonia Rykiel Minaudiere Lou

    2011 September 23

    So Lou-vable

    Sonia Rykiel Minaudiere Lou

    WHAT: Sonia Rykiel Minaudiere Lou

    Sonia Rykiel Minaudiere Lo

    WHY: An exquisite objet d'art or a masterpiece of a clutch? While this stunning resin Sonia Rykiel clutch is glorious enough to employ as a petit home decor centerpiece, it's also yours for the clutch-ing for your next night on the town. The glossy oval-shaped outfit prettifier is like a prized piece of petrified wood, with the much-prized ability to hold your glammest lipstick and a lass' other essentials. Too chic, non

    AVAILABLE: $790, Bloomingdales.com  

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  • Lulu Frost for J.Crew

    2011 September 22

    Deco Delight

    Lulu Frost for J.Crew resin and crystal appliqué earrings

    WHAT: Lulu Frost for J.Crew resin and crystal appliqué earrings

    WHY: There's no such thing as too much Lulu! We're back for more of Lisa Salzer's oh-so-Deco accoutrements for the chic staple go-to that is J.Crew, in the form of these angular pea green danglers frosted with dainty crystals. With flapper-happy beaded frocks swinging down the runways as of late, what could be more apropos? 

    $65, JCrew.com

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  • Vionnet Cuff

    2011 September 21

    Cuff 'Em

    Vionnet Cuff

    WHAT: Vionnet Cuff

    WHY: Maybe it's the grandeur of the Duomo. Maybe it's the architectural lines of the street-side basilicas. Either way, we're harboring a major craving for some sculptural gioielli during Day 1 of Milan Fashion Week. That's where Vionnet comes in. With Italian designer Rodolfo Paglialunga at the helm since 2009, the French luxury brand has seen an insta-revival. The proof? Vionnet's gold-tone cuff, accented with graphic yet simple embellishments that will perfectly compliment the twenties-ness of Spring 2012.   

    AVAILABLE: $375, MyTheresa.com

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