Blame it on the rise of international destination weddings or our love for mixing high-end with high street. Teaming costume jewelry with your coveted traditional numbers is no longer taboo, even if you’re the bride. And while we know you love your Asscher-cut diamonds as much as the next missus-to-be, don’t rule out pairing your wedding couture with some look-at-me costume jewellery.
Silver-tone crystal brooch, Saint Laurent
Wearing a Chantilly lace sari for a wedding dinner thrown by your doting in-laws? Add some old-world glamour to your classic look with this dazzling snowflake-shaped brooch.
Pearl-embellished clip-on earrings, Givenchy
Givenchy’s edgy take on the beloved chaandbali is bound to win your favour. Wear it with a multi-coloured cape and dhoti pants for a congratulatory party thrown by your bestie.
Rice is life lace cuff, Bea Bongiasca
There is no doubting the staple status of this gold-plated intricate cuff. Stack it with all those polki and jadau bangles on your wedding day
Crystal and pearl flowering ring, Gucci
This statement cocktail ring promises to add some Art Deco appeal to your bridal getup. It’s exactly what a sangeet outfit calls for.
Mini Clover Hand Chain, Tory Burch
This understated hand harness will seamlessly blend in with any look you decide to team it with. Add it to your mehendi ensemble to balance the floral jewellery.
Welcome to cool, crisp air, s’mores, football, Halloween, and leaves changing colors season. It is coming into Fall! This is also the time of year to look forward to new Fall fashion trends.
Each season comes and goes in fashion, but nothing is more anticipated than the new Autumn looks. Finding what can work well with what is already in our closets is a great way to stay up to date in fashion. Let’s take a look at new Fall fashion trends for clothes, jewelry, and make-up.
Fall fashion trends that walked down designers runways included snappy skirts, carwash pleats, extra-large bling, extra pointed collars, hosiery, lady loafers, black boots, and the color brown, only to name a few. Fall clothing is layered and some even adds a modern take on Victorian era looks. It is going to be a beautiful Fall season!
Skirts and More Skirts
Lovely carwash pleated skirts covered the runways this Fall. The carwash pleat skirts is a fashionista must-have this season. This single piece of clothing can update a wardrobe easily. It is a skirt with pleats that flows wonderfully when walking. This will be a fashion trend that will stay once others are gone. This is the new way to look at pleats.
Pair a carwash pleat skirt with an extra pointy collar blouse and be the ‘it’ fashion lady in any office or outing.
Your holiday shopping was never easier than visiting us at Square Market. You can purchase many of our products online. If you don’t see what you’re looking for please email us. We are happy to custom that special gift! If you’ve ever wanted to start your own alpaca herd now is the time to do it! We are slashing prices and offering 30% off on any of our alpacas! This is a great time to check out our young maidens, proven females or even our males. We have time-tested bloodlines with females that have given us lovely crias and yarns that have been soft, lustrous and easy to process. We began our small farm in 2005, with just two young females. One was bred and due to have a baby in a week or so. Within a few days, we had three female alpacas! We were so thrilled to finally get our new girls home and begin our journey with these incredible animals.
We never knew how much we would need to learn about animal husbandry, fiber, and running a small farm. Over the years, we’ve studied bloodlines and learned how to make better breeding decisions. We’ve tried to improve our little herd each year by breeding a couple of our girls to top herdsires with time tested lineage. In a few short years, we have watched our alpacas and our fleeces become finer, and more lustrous. Each year we have opened our barn doors to the community by offering farm festivals. In May, we shear our alpacas and harvest our year’s crop of fine fleece. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, we would appreciate the help. Jobs range from sorting fleeces to helping clean alpacas before they go to the shearing table and everything in between. It’s a fun day with great community participation. The last weekend in September we host Alpaca Farm Days inviting the community to learn more about alpacas. We also have fiber demonstrations, fine alpaca wear on display in our boutique room and lots more. Each year we try to make the event a bit different, with music, refreshments and fun! If you are even remotely interested in alpacas or running a small farm, alpaca farming may be just for you. Feel free to contact us to come out and visit the farm. We would be happy to give you a tour and introduce you to our small herd. Bring the family and especially the kids!