I am always looking for the cool and different. Pieces that start a conversation. Accessories that demand to be seen. Here are a few that I am loving this fall.
Clean, simple and understated in its design, Jack Spade hit a home run with this Mason Davis Leather Briefcase. The color, texture and style creates a casual, yet sophisticated look. With bright blue piping and small pops of orange - this bad boy is a perfect gift for under the tree.
My accessories are simple and understated when I'm working - grey blazer, silk blouse, skinny jeans & flats. Thanks to Julian Irvann, Manager of Storenvy Pop Up, I picked up this necklace at a corporate event in San Francisco last month. I loved it so much, I wore it that night!
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Janel Dyan is constantly searching for small local businesses that are making their mark in the fashion industry. Featherweight Clothing Co. is one of them. All products are made in the USA, with their suppliers located locally in Marin County, California. Krissy Teegerstrom's passion and devotion to repurposing vintage clothing can been seen in her designs.
Finally able to take this amazing cocktail ring home today thanks to Patronik Designs. Nick, you have done it again and continue to be my source for the unique and bold.
Able to grab a few hours away from the kids and I found this awesome piece! A killer tote AND a wine bottle cooler! Really? Within the budget, great hostess gifts and I'm set for the holidays.
My mother is visually impaired, though you would never know. She has taught me that instead of hiding your disabilities, you can make them your accessory. This killer magnifying glass helps her read restaurant menus while out with her friends.
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Palo Alto.
Changing purses or switching to a tote bag can be a daily event in my world. Whether I'm meeting a client, volunteering at school or heading over to soccer practice, it's essential that this transfer can be done quickly and effectively.
Enter Lady Alamo Little Zip Pouches. A local company, started in San Francisco in 2011, these pouches are amazing. Simple construction, natural materials and cool colors/designs - it's a must for any bag!
Now, this is a bracelet I HAD to have!
I have worn this beauty in Hawaii, at the Kentucky Derby watching California Chrome take the race and last month at a wedding in Sonoma. Paired with skinny jeans and a white tank top or your little black dress, it's a must this season!
Great conversation starter, incredible design and a beautiful piece. Classic yet edgy. Worth every penny...enjoy!
The Maggie Wilson Signature Key Ring is an essential part of my daily life. Not only is this key ring simple and well-made with great color options, it continues to make my life easier. Reach into your large tote bag and quickly feel for the leather ring, throw it on as a bracelet when you need two hands with the kids or slip the key ring into your back pocket as you walk around.