Main Line Style Watch: November 2017
A camouflage mink jacket and a one-of-a-kind olive wood bowl are among this month’s picks.
Olive-wood bowl from Vestige Home.
Our November Must Haves
For the closet:
Camo has never looked better than on this luxe mink by Linda Richards. $875.
No. 109 Shop, 109 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-0109, www.one09shop.com.
For the home:
This one-of-a-kind olive-wood bowl with turquoise accents should be at the top of your statement list around the house. It’s one of many of handcrafted pieces designed by Philly’s Vestige Home. $75.
Available at www.vestige-home.com, or WorKS, 432 S. Walnut St., Kennett Square, (484) 732-8586, www.workskennettsquare.com.
Camo luxe mink from Linda Richards.
Arden + James in Chadds Ford.
Does a boutique where everything in store is $150 or less sound like a dream? Well, dream no longer. Candice Caprice, owner of Per Lei Boutique in Media, is the woman behind the well-received, budget-friendly shopping concept Élan, now in the space formerly occupied by Frey in Newtown Square. Along with its on-trend clothing, the boutique is stocked with affordable jewelry and handbags.
3555 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, (610) 356-3635, www.shopelanstyle.com.
New in Chadds Ford:
Earlier this fall, Chadds Ford Barn Shops welcomed two new tenants, Arden + James and Barbara Moore Fine Art Gallery. A+J owner Bri Brant offers her wildly popular hand-hewn linen satchels and leather totes, wallets and handbags—all made from locally sourced materials. Barbara Moore, the former director of the Chadds Ford Gallery, now has her own gallery filled with classic works of Brandywine artists like Andrew Wyeth and Richard Bollinger.
1609 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, www.chaddsfordbarnshops.com.