Main Line Style Watch: December 2018

From festive salad servers to luxe faux fur scarves, here’s what’s trending.



Salad servers from Up Home (left) and a faux fur Violet & Brooks scarf (right).

If hosting a holiday soiree is one of the many things on your to-do list this month, Malvern’s Up Home has you covered. Incorporate festive flatware for an additional boost to your table setting, like these acrylic reindeer-inspired salad servers. $48 each.

233 E. King St., Malvern, (484) 318-7109, www.uphomeltd.com.

’Tis the season for swapping light, breezy layers for winter essentials like hats, gloves and other accessories. Turn heads with this plaid-lined faux-fur Violet & Brooks scarf. Add a personal touch with one of several dazzling signature letter brooches. $38.

Available at www.violetandbrooks.com.

Van Cleve Paoli

 

Christmas is the most popular time of the year to get engaged. If your significant other has continued that trend, head to the Wedding Pavilion at Van Cleve Dec. 26-29, when brides-to-be receive 19 percent off any veil with the purchase of a bridal gown. Popular designers include Pronovias, Watters, Romona Keveza and Anna.

1604 E. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, (610) 647-5055, www.vanclevebridal.com.

The month of December is all about giving back—and that’s exactly what local jewelry designer Alexis Kletjian is doing. Proceeds from her new mini shield necklaces—an award-winning original design— benefit YoungMoms, a nonprofit serving and equipping local mothers with the skills, connections and resources necessary to thrive. Some 43 necklaces will be donated to moms in the program, and Kletjian will also raffle off stockings in her gallery.

131 State St., Kennett Square, (610) 615-9200, www.alexiskletjian.com.

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