Lazy August days by the beach followed by back to school ads at night, remind us that these precious moments should be savored as Fall is right around the corner. The Accessories Council and Lyss Stern, founder and president of Divalysscious Moms, joined forces with tips and fun finds for the start of the new school year. Here are some of their top picks:
1. David & Young Fashion Scarves – $24 – $36
Scarves have a way of dressing up even the most basic of outfits. David & Young’s infinity scarves come in an assortment of fun patterns and colors making them equally appealing to both mother and daughter.
Available at Nordstrom, Macy’s and on shopdavidandyoung.com
2. Carlos by Carlos Santana Carryall – $108
The perfect bag for the budding fashionista with an eye for style. Chain and studs accent this faux leather bag which is large enough to fit every last book.
Available at Macy’s
3. Stephanie Kantis Nobility Bracelet – $385
One of our new favorite jewelry designers, Stephanie Kantis turned her hobby of crafting jewelry, to a career. Artisan pieces, like the Nobility Bracelet, pair semi-precious gems with 24-karat gold.
Stephanie Kantis was on hand at the event to show us 15 ways to wear her Legend Chain Necklace as well. This necklace is as versatile as it is beautiful, and a great transition piece to go from day to night!
Available at stephaniekantis.com
4. Electric Picks “Two Heads-Stars” Women’s Bracelet – $60
Add an edgy twist to your stack of bracelets with this hematite and gold-plated skull bracelet by Electric Picks. Bonus – all pieces are hand-made in New York!
Available at electricpicks.com
5. Randolph Bright Chrome & Matte Chrome Aviators – $129
We are sometimes guilty of occassionally “borrowing” our favorite man’s glasses. Now we can share these stylish and practical unisex aviators instead!
Available at shop.randolphusa.com
6. Big Buddha Carmen Wallet – $40
A clutch and a wallet in one. This all-in-one accessory keeps you organized and chic at the same time.
Available at Zappos.com
7. Roman & Sunstone Pinky Rings – $50
Fun fact – in the Victorian Era, women wore a pinky ring on their left hand if they weren’t interested in getting married! Who knew! Roman & Sunstone brings the trend back with a Python Pinky Ring featuring faux python inlayed in an 14K gold plate.
Available at romansunstone.com
-Guest post by Gia Broccoli D’Onofrio