Scarf these up.
L’aviva Ikat Scarves
What: The globe-trotting handcrafted housewares site (helmed by a former Travel + Leisure creative director) debuts a line of scarves ($285 each) made with vintage fabric found on an expedition to Uzbekistan.
Why: Big, vivid patterns are matched with oversize dimensions. At 98 by 34 inches, each can easily morph into a summery sari or wrap.
Where: Online at lavivahome.com.
Ciaté Caviar Manicure
What: A funky new technique ($25) nails it. Apply a base coat, sprinkle the multicolored pearlescent beads on top, press, and let dry for a 3-D marbled effect.
Why: It’s a textural approach to nail art that’s anything but textbook.
Where: Online at sephora.com.
Have It Sweet
What: Small-batch caramels, lollipops, and more ($10-$40) from a lovely L.A.-based husband-and-wife team.
Why: Fleur de sel caramels and chocolate hazelnut swirl marshmallows rock your hot cocoa’s world.
Where: Online at haveitsweet.com.
What: Scandinavian-inspired, Portland-made clutches, jewelry, and cross-body bags ($20-$180) paired with rabbit-fur key clips.
Why: We’re hopping mad about the Jodes clutch and its black pebbled cowhide exterior, ikat interior, and horsehair-ponytail detail.
Where: Online at shopsiljan.com.
What: Founded by a former fashion PR pro, the website lets brides buy once-worn designer gowns (Oscar de la Renta, Monique Lhuillier, Elie Saab), which they can alter and opt to sell back.
Why: Personal shopping via Pinterest. Share your board in the site’s comments section and receive tagged dresses tailored to your style.
Where: Online at nearlynewlywed.com.
Photos: Courtesy of L’aviva