and, after much ado, part 3 of my gift guide - the girl who loves to accessorize. this time of year, with all the bundling up that's necessary to stay warm, a good pair of tights, gloves, or some cute jewels can punch up an otherwise purely utilitarian outfit. some of my favorites:
any tights from hansel from basel. ($18-$42)
i've mentioned bebaroque before - they make the most astonishingly beautiful tights on the planet. each one is a work of art. i only own one pair - at the moment - but after this photo research, i may have to acquire a few more. ($38-$211)
a "fur" stole: this or that. ($75 or $232)
super adorable clothesline necklace. $98
i've loved erica weiner's necklaces since i spotted them at the renegade craft fair in chicago, years ago. this one is my favorite (for now.) $50
with all those necklaces, you'll need a place to hang them. i currently use a crappy row of hooks that were left, nailed to a board, in an old apartment; damn, i'd prefer this.
i just ordered a pair of these and i'm desperate for them to arrive. $35
okay. a couple more left, and i'll have to hurry - christmas is a-comin'!
Hi Sara, what you do is amazing, i want to buy basics clothes that i can wear anywhere, i got a full time job and study in the nights, i dont want to look like "i got the first pick of my closet" so... i like to wear black, i like boots, i love stripes, can you please help? Thank you so much <3 P.S. I live in a city where it is warm all the time.
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