A former medical student who’s since found her true calling, Cornelia Webb’s 1920s inspired body armor takes any outfit to the next level. Her wearable jewelry pieces are all made from beautifully draped and layered chains, and are the perfect addition to an evening gown or a t shirt and jeans to make the look truly unique. Our favorites? The draped bolero and the draped leg*
Here at Curve, the 70s flashback is all the rage!! That’s because Nevena’s Genetic Visionaries collection, in stores nationwide, is a throwback to the sexy, carefree, denim-on-denim look. Dark skinny jeans are giving way to a higher rise and a wider leg in blues that rival the clearest of California skies. Complete the look with animal and nature inspired jewelry and belts from Alkemie, or dreamcatchers made modern with sterling silver and crystals from Erickson Beamon and Handle Only With Love. The shape and café au lait hue of the McQueen Faithful Satchel mirrors the inspiration perfectly. Already a strong emerging trend for Spring 2011, you can’t go wrong with a 70s revival-inspired gift for the true fashionista.
This gift idea is inspired by our partnership with Falling Whistles, a non-profit organization that seeks to help children affected by the civil war in the Congo. The whistles, now in copper and brass, make stylish gifts and all the proceeds go to help the children so they’re a great way to spread this most important message, ESPECIALLY during the holidays. Pair yours with a utilitarian chic look – the Burberry military jacket with shearling, the super soft Acquaverde Guerilla gabardine blouse, and the rugged chic IRO Thimoty boots. Top it off with the Not Rational Pucca military bag, and you’re giving utility with style this holiday.