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Handcrafted Fall Jewelry

October 7, 2018 — by Jasmin Manzano

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Autumn is here, and so is our amazing fall jewelry!

Our new collection is finally here, featuring a ton of super-cute styles you’re *so* going to be obsessed with.

Even better: Each piece was handcrafted and polished by our amazing artisans in India, and your purchase helps provide them with a steady job and fair wages!

You can shop the whole Fall Jewelry collection here.

Photography: Keerthana Dinesh

Fashion

Autumn Apparel

November 1, 2016 — by Chelsey Bishoff

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Bring on the layers and the chilly nights spent by the fire. We’re trading in our bikinis for sweaters and swopping out bright corals and blues for maroons and oranges! Pura Vida Bracelets match all the seasons. What colors are you wearing this time of year? Comment below! Check out the look we did for this crisp fall day!

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Model: @chelseybishoff

Lifestyle

Pumpkin Patch Perfection

October 26, 2015 — by Griffin Thall

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Okay so it’s no secret how crazy we are about pumpkins, especially during this time of year. Take a trip with us to the pumpkin patch and see our top “pics” for Jack-o-lantern carving!

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Photos:
Mackenzie Mangin
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Lifestyle

Autumn Adventure

October 12, 2015 — by Griffin Thall

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Ready for a little autumn adventure? We are! As the leaves change color and the temps get a little chillier, throw on your boots, a scarf and a slouchy beanie then follow us…

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Shop the Featured Bracelets:
Flat Braided Dark Grey
Fresh Laundry Braided
Beach Life
Silver Hammered Triangle Mediterranean Green
Burgundy Studded

Model:
Emeline Summer

Photos:
Toni Valentini
www.tonivalentiniphotography.com

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Lifestyle

30 Things To Do in November

November 3, 2014 — by Griffin Thall

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1. Roll around in a big crunchy pile of leaves.

2. Daylight savings time! Remember to set your clocks one hour earlier.
3. Go to a pumpkin patch.
4. …and another…
5. …and another. Because this stuff only happens once a year. It’s the time to explore different pumpkin patches in your area. Many of them have games and other fun activities to enjoy.
6. Decorate your hand-picked pumpkins. Carving is so 2013. Now it’s all about paint or glitter or sequins. You name it, it’s been done.

 

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7. Offer to rake up a neighbor’s leaves.
8. Enjoy a hot apple cider.
9. Knit an infinity scarf.
10. Bake an apple pie, or a knock-off version with a recipe from Dessert Now Dinner Later.
11. Get lost in a corn maze.
12. Clean out your closet. Donate to charity any clothes that are too snug.
13. Collect some leaves on a stroll through a park. Press and frame them with two pieces of glass.
 
14. Roast marshmallows over a bonfire in the woods.
15. Go on an afternoon hike.
16. Build a fort inside your bedroom and indulge in a movie marathon.
17. Stargaze on a rooftop.
18. Go thrift shopping for cozy warm sweaters.
19. Watch a fall sport – football, soccer, or volleyball.
20. Leave a little note with a gift somewhere.
 
21. Go for a bike ride.
22. Redecorate your bedroom.
23. Roast pumpkin seeds.
24. Concoct an au’ natural autumn air freshener. Boil orange peels, apple, cinnamon, cranberries, and vanilla.
25. Donate to a food drive.
26. Jot down 50 things you’re grateful for.
 
27. Eat too much turkey.
28. Binge-shop on Black Friday.
29. Brainstorm ways to eat leftover turkey. Turkey sandwich, turkey tortilla soup, turkey mac n’ cheese…the possibilities are endless.
30. Reflect back on the things you accomplished and enjoyed this month.
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Travel

Travel Tuesday: Prague, Czech Republic

September 30, 2014 — by Griffin Thall

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In honor of the fall equinox last week, we are totally dreaming about the best spots in the world to watch the leaves change and Prague is definitely one of those places! Here are some of the sights around this gorgeous city that boasts modern cafes and gothic cathedrals.

1. Charles Bridge

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Commissioned in 1357 by King Charles IV, the bridge is one of the most famous landmarks in the city and it is dotted along its path with many sculptures depicting saints and patron saints who were respected during the 17th and 18th centuries. Get to the bridge either before sunrise or after sunset to beat the massive crowds that walk the bridge each day.  If you do happen to cross the bridge during the peak hours, you may catch a glimpse of various street performers and artists who keep the visitors entertained.

2. Prague Castle

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Prague Castle is the biggest ancient castle in the world and casts an imposing shadow over the city. The castle complex is huge, including palaces, a church, a monastery, museums and art galleries, viewing towers and the supreme St. Vitus Cathedral. Get lost in the many buildings and learn about the history of the the castle and the kings who used to rule.

3. Dancing House

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In stark contrast to the classical architecture of the buildings surrounding it, the Dancing House incorporates “deconstructivist” architecture from architects Vlado Milunić and Frank Gehry, who wanted the building to represent both static and dynamic movement. The top floor of the building is the only part of it open to the public, but you can head up there to enjoy an amazing meal at the Fred & Ginger Restaurant and take in the fantastic views of the rest of the city.