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Shop the Strolby Instagram Feed

Context is everything–beguiling on their own, these items become irresistible as glimpses into the lives of our favorite Instagrammers… (more…)
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Win These Earrings from Brooklyn’s Lady J Jewelry

We've teamed up with soul-mate Los Angeles website Almanac of Style this week to offer these chic onyx studs from Brooklyn's Lady J Jewelry to one lucky winner! To enter, head over to the giveaway page on Almanac of Style and follow the directions!! (more…)
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4 Leather Cuffs To Elevate Your Fall Look

Leather cuffs have become a key element in the dressing-down-while-you're-dressing-up moment we're having. They're stately and mellow in one fell swoop. And what's best: They're completely unisex. We even suggest pairing them with a cocktail dress for a counterintuitive bit of edge. (more…)
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Celebrate Love Ding’s Grand Opening this Saturday in Austin

Celebrate the opening of Love Ding Vintage & Handmade Home Goods this Saturday at the store’s Grand Opening Party. Located in South Austin, Love Ding offers an array of mid-century furnishings and singular home accessories curated by owner Denise Roberts. (more…)
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8 Eerie Items that Evoke Halloween’s Celtic Origins

Though today’s Halloween rituals tend toward candy, costume and merriment, many scholars maintain that it's rooted in the ancient—and eerie—Celtic holiday of Samhain. Believed to be a day on which the world of the living overlapped with the world of the dead, Samhain was the largest celebration of the Celtic year. (more…)
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Tonight: Two Events of Note from Our Brooklyn Partners

Craft lovers and literary enthusiasts, we've got you covered tonight with two events from our Brooklyn-based partner shops... (more…)
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A Stroll Down…Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights

Just five years ago, Franklin Avenue was an overlooked thoroughfare in an overlooked neighborhood. That changed as the racial tensions that scarred the area in the early 1990s receded into history, giving way to a growing cadre of destination-worthy restaurants and pioneering shops. They complement the area’s fantastic historical architecture and proximity to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum. (more…)
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Greenlight Bookstore Celebrates 5 Years this Saturday

It's hard to imagine that Greenlight Bookstore wasn't always there on Fulton Street anchoring Fort Greene's literary scene, but in fact it was exactly five years ago today that the shop opened its doors and made its first sale--a book about craft beer. (more…)

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