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Macrame: That ’70s home decor trend is groovy again

Disco may have died, but another quintessential part of the ’70s is making a comeback in today’s homes: the art of macrame. Macrame is a type of textile using decorative knotting techniques. The primary knots are square knots and different combinations of half hitches, or simple overhand knots. It originated in 13th century Arabia, eventually […]

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Style Points: Talismanic Jewelry

Wearing objects believed to possess magical, auspicious, or protective powers is hardly a new trend as ancient cultures of all kinds are known to have crafted and worn such items. Made from precious metals, semi-precious stones, and glass; this type of jewelry is making a strong appearance this Fall. From hamsa hands, to cobalt blue Gree […]

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Style Points: Talking high/low hems at Revival

Style Points

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting with Sheila of Revival about a trend that we are seeing (technically, continuing to see) this fall: the High/Low hem, a.k.a. “mullet skirt.” This hemline has actually been around for decades and reappears every so often. The first time yours truly ever saw this type of hem was […]

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