Fend Off Old Man Winter With the Nouveau Navajo Print

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We're big globe-trotters, and our travels usually result in just as many pieces of ethnic accessories as snapshots. But, our newest obsession comes straight from our home turf in the form of Navajo-inspired goodies. These new interpretations stick to the timeless diamond patterns, woven wool fabrics and bold colors of the traditional garb, but are updated with fitted silhouettes and shorter hemlines. And if you still haven't gotten your fix with the array of capes, skirts and dresses emblazoned in Navajo prints, you can cozy up to our personal favorite, the Pendleton blanket, and fend off the approach of Old Man Winter.



Above, from left: Smith Brothers Blanket, $39.95, available at Smith Brothers; Pendleton x Opening Ceremony Peplum Coat, $650, available at Opening Ceremony.
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Above, from left: Fiona Paxton Necklace, $338, available at Shopbop; Eskell Greta Dress, $150, available at Eskell.

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Above: Mociun Night Coat, $650, available at Kaightshop.

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Above, from left: Lindsay Thornburg Mid-Length Cloak, $925, available at Lindsay Thornburg; April77 Collection Jeans, available at April77.

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Above, from left: Pendleton x Opening Ceremony Wool Mini $185 available at Opening Ceremony; Great River Canoe Pack Backpack, $324, available at Oi Polloi.