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Meet Tiro Tiro: The Out-Of-Portland Line You Probably Already Know

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    Meet Tiro Tiro, a new accessories line out of Portland. Actually, by “meet” we really mean reacquaint. See, one of our fave little indie lines, Stone & Honey, went ahead and got a new (fiesty!) name and logo — and they’ve got a new collection to boot. Forma Nueva, as the new line’s called, brings back some of S&H’s signatures — geometric shapes, beautifully colored thread — and transforms it into something that’s both familiar and totally new.

    As if we didn’t already have a crush on designer Teresa Robinson’s simple-yet-special designs, Forma Nueva’s putting us over the edge. Everything’s pretty killer, but we’re particularly into the cuffs (open and bracketed by bronze circles) and the probably-not-but-still-maybe cat-ear stacking rings; the pendent necklaces are to-die-for, too.

    The lookbook itself is not too shabby either: all those plants and that dreamy natural light! It’s giving us major apartment inspo/envy. Something tells us it won’t be long until Tiro Tiro’s your #1 accessories crush, too.

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