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Summer’s winding down, but the hottest trends sure aren’t cooling off!

Bohemian Chic has been our number one trend here this summer! We know you want to keep wearing your pieces and carry your worldly vibe well into the Fall so I payed a visit right around the corner to the ever stylish Hope of Boris and Natasha’s.

We perused her racks of thrilling threads and styled a few outfits that will ease you into the cooler weather, all the while putting the hip in hippie.

Look #1

Let this easy ensemble get you through the sunny afternoons and into the cool evenings. Pair a long sleeve graphic tee with your favorite Maxi skirt, comfy boots, and of course, long bold beads. A floppy hat on top will keep the sun off and keep you styling.

Hat: Boris and Natasha’s

Tee: Boris and Natasha’s

Boots: Boris and Natasha’s

Necklace: Corvidae ($99) Beadlush

Cuff : RoseWoolls ($45) Beadlush

Look #2

This second outfit is a little less casual but no less comfy! Pair a black and white print shift dress with a long cozy cardi. Neutral accessories won’t fight the bold print, but still can make a statement with a pop of neon.  A natural leather chunky heel elongates your legs and injects just the right amount of sexy.

Dress: Boris and Natasha’s

Cardigan : Boris and Natasha’s

Shoes: Boris and Natasha’s

Necklace: Beadlush ($65)

Leather Cuff: RoseWoolls ($45) Beadlush

Stylish School Colors

If you or someone you know is heading off to college this year, be sure to send them with an armload of wire wrapped bangles in their school’s colors. How better to show team pride than with a showy stack! We have 8mm rounds in school colors, so no matter who you support, we’ve got you covered.


If you’re new to working with wire, stop in today and we’d love to show you this quick and easy bangle bracelet. Perfect for beginners! In fact, this trendy bracelet was our August Craftlush project at Gallery Twenty Two where we enjoy good craft beer, amazing handcrafted art from local artists and a craft project.

Until next time,


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