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We’re always on the hunt for some luxe embellishments to make our ensembles really pop, especially from local sources. But, let’s be real: With busy work schedules and weekend gatherings, it’s hard to find time to go treasure hunting in, um, real life. Enter fresh-to-the-scene jewelry line Fathom and Form. Its debut collection of rock n’ roll, geometric charms can be swooped up on the fly via your online shopping cart.
The guy-and-gal duo behind the brand, Christopher Baas and Carleigh Wamberg, have crafted spike-tastic knuckle rings, bangles, and pendant necklaces that will no doubt add major edge to even the most sugary-sweet look. See what we mean by clicking through the slideshow of our hands-down favorite bips and bops by Fathom and Form. And if you imagine wearing the pieces and feeling like a total badass while perusing, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
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