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Gypsy by the water



Leather woven links, beads, wood, and Czech glass, are not only ingredients for my love of gypsy aesthetics, but also the facets of one of my favorite new collections. Thanks to Joanna over at BrooklynThread, I donned these bohemian wraps with virtually everything while in Miami this summer... thus making my jewelry box playground left at home exceptionally jealous.

About the company: "BrooklynThread, an independent jewelry collection, is a collision of bohemian chic and urban style, achieved by combining metal, glass and stone with leather, linen and thread. Each piece is hand-crafted in Brooklyn, New York, and integrates the use of natural fibers, vintage, and repurposed materials."

(Silver Czech Glass & Leather Woven Wrap Bracelet and Silver Handcuffs Link Bracelet)

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