Nothing says modern AND eco-friendly like these hand-dipped driftwood bangles from SURevolution!
Featured on Cameron Diaz in Vogue's June Green Issue, these chunky abstract bangles are crafted from discarded driftwood from the Colombian forests and then individually hand-dipped in precious gold or silver.
Wear one bangle as a wardrobe signature piece or layer them on like Cameron for more drama. Either way, the end result is simply chic!
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MOSAIC's favorite picks in this captivating New England city?
Stay: The Charlesmark Hotel. Expertly located in the heart of Boston's chic Boylston and Newberry Streets, this ultra-cool boutique hotel truly delivers. The hotel's sleek, contemporary design uses custom furnishings to maximize the 1892 building's compact spaces. The Charlesmark also doubles as an art gallery, featuring the work of local artists along its winding brick corridor. Be sure to grab a cocktail in the hipster lounge downstairs.
Play: Wally's Cafe. Founded in 1947, Wally's Café is among the oldest family owned and operated jazz clubs in existence. It was also the first African-American-owned nightclub in New England. Located in an intimate space, Wally's features live music 365 days a year. The jazz club boasts an exceptional lineup of professional musicians, while maintaining its tradition of providing local students with a stage to perfect their craft. A perfect choice every time.
Shop: Charles Street. This off-beat mix of local merchants and international brands is located in the heart of the historic Beacon Hill neighborhood. Choose from its eclectic antique stores, gift shops, art boutiques, and specialty stores like Moxie for fabulous footwear!
Dine: Faneuil Hall. In 1742, Boston’s wealthiest merchant, Peter Faneuil, built Faneuil Hall as a gift to the city. Faneuil Hall Marketplace consists of four great markets, all set around a cobblestone promenade. It is a fun way to experience the city and savor New England cuisine. Make sure to also hit the North-End, Boston's "Little Italy" for legendary Mike's Pastry. One of their mouth-watering cannolis will top off your evening.
Visit: The historic McKim Building of the Boston Public Library. Founded in 1848, the Boston Public Library was the first free municipal library in the United States. A local treasure with truly magnificent architecture, the McKim Building is the perfect location to learn historical facts about the city. Grab a cappuccino from the Map Room Cafe and then bask in the warmth of its luxurious Italian-style courtyard. Top off your afternoon with a unique dining experience at the Courtyard Restaurant. Make sure to order tea and their freshly baked cookies after lunch.