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Iosselliani

The fall collection..

Bead & Thorn Necklace

Bead & Thorn Necklace

from Iosselliani is breathtaking. A definite investment for sure, but these are pieces of jewelry you’ll want around if you’re looking to stand out. I personally think any of these necklaces would be fabulous paired with a tee and jeans (and of course bright lips as we always say). OR transform a simple dress into something smashing with just about anything from the line.

Photo: Honey in the Rough

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Honey in the Rough

A whole new..

Honey in the Rough

Honey in the Rough Online Shop

shopping experience at the Honey in the Rough online shop. The revamped website is as inviting as the store itself, and a very close second to the in-house shopping experience. What can I say, Honey in the Rough is one of my favorite shops in NYC, and it’s no secret that Ashley Hanosh curates the most amazing assortment. Just a little over 3 years ago I bought my wedding dress here! With a covetable mix of clothing, jewelry and apothecary goods, it’s hard not to want it all in your closet. Take a look at the new design of Honey in the Rough.

Photo: Honey in the Rough

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Beauty By Rosie

Putting on..

Beauty by Rosie Rodriguez

Beauty by Rosie Rodriguez

mascara and adding touch of color to my cheeks and lips is pretty much the extent of my makeup routine. But change is always nice, and maybe some tips from Rosie Rodriguez would do me good. Or if you’re on the party circuit (sadly I’m not), and just need a little something extra, Rosie’s got some great holiday specials going on right now. She does everything from brow sculpting to lash extensions and makeup lessons. Since her studio is conveniently located within Honey in the Rough, and a browse through the beautiful collection of dresses Ashley Hanosh offers is a nice way to end the session.

Photo: Rosie Rodriguez

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Future Classics

I can say..

Future Classics

Future Classics

that after a visit to Honey in the Rough, Future Classics is officially on my wishlist. The styles are feminine yet edgy and each garment is constructed with so much detail it will blow your mind. Although new to me, the brand was founded in 2000 by Julie Wilkins, who designs and develops all of the pieces in the line. I personally feel these styles can suit a gal of any age, and brings an avant-garde vibe without being too over the top. See more of Future Classics here.

Photo: Future Classics

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