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Fine Dressing

Kelsie Allen and Caroline Cox | November 13, 2014 | Articles

1. Hannah Cross Ltd.
This season, we’re bundling up in folk art-inspired scarves from locally designed brand Hannah Cross Ltd. The latest collection of flowy, Italian-made pieces is cut from one-of-a-kind satin and drenched in bold, limited-edition designs of birds, rabbits, elephants and other exotic creatures. Looking for a fall staple that makes a statement? Look no further. $325, appointment only, Showroom Ampersand

2. Rebecca Minkoff and Case-Mate
The trouble with many wearable gadgets is, while functional, they’re not designed to be stylish. Luckily, the new tech accessories from Rebecca Minkoff and Case-Mate are totally on trend. Think: a notification bracelet that alerts you to calls and texts, a studded mobile charger, a bangle with a hidden USB cable and more. From $45, Bloomingdale’s

3. Soma Intimates
Moving into Lenox Square this fall is a 2,800-square-foot Soma Intimates, offering luxurious lingerie, loungewear, shapewear and even yogawear, plus fit experts who specialize in helping you find the perfect bra for your body type. Quite an enhancement!

4. The Pieces
We’re smitten with Club Monaco’s new curated collection, The Pieces, featuring well-crafted items like leather bags, sculptural necklaces and dramatic bracelets from designers across the globe that you can’t easily find anywhere else. And with new designers being added to the collection every month, the shopping never has to stop! From $50

5. Fashion to Figure
Full-figured fashionistas have more ops for getting their shop on, thanks to new Fashion to Figure stores opening at The Mall at Stonecrest and Town Center at Cobb. The brand’s new locations will feature the latest styles in sizes 12 to 26 (think denim, peplum, cutouts and more), with jewelry, accessories and personal styling to boot.


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