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This Rad Lookbook Will Inspire Some Day-Off Daydreaming

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    Accessories can make or break any outfit — and, while it's no secret that D.C.'s got some serious bauble-design cred, that doesn't mean our neighbors to the south don't know what's up, too.

    Richmond (already one of our fave road-trip destinations) has some major talent of its own, including Thief & Bandit designer Amie Cunningham, who splits her time between the Virginia hotspot and Nova Scotia, making colorful headwraps, bracelets, leggings, and even kids' clothes with a sort of edgy-hippie, Where the Wild Things Are sensibility. A fabric cuff bracelet with a simple black-and-white motif could easily go from office to after-hours; a feather-shaped headband made of glam gold-metallic leather would be chic for a harvest-season party...really, so many practical applications, all around.

    To promote the newest collection, the brand teamed up with D.C. photographer Amber Mahoney of Present Company Project, who lent her trademark dreamy-vintage feel to a new autumn lookbook. The pics show the wares styled with a cool, urban edge — and we're thinking the model's fabulous hair will probably inspire a few hot-pink dip-dye jobs. Click through to see our favorite images, and then head over to browse Thief & Bandit goodies for women and kids if you dig.
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