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Sneak A Peek At The 2 Bandits' Free-Spirited Fall Lookbook

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    Lately, we’ve been pretty hell-bent on reworking our wardrobes to make room for wispier wares. But, just as our minds begin to trickle over to spring, fall lines and lookbooks roll in and distract us. Good thing we're always game to revamp our jewelry boxes, so we consistently turn to the local bauble queen Tamar Wider of The 2 Bandits to impress us with her ever-changing arsenal of statement pieces.

    This time she’s whipped up a new collection of shapely geometric pieces entitled Circle Game, named after the eponymous Joni Mitchell diddy. Wider says that this collection "symbolizes the cycle of life using shapes like circles and half-circles." She adds, "Of course, while adding a bandit twist — this collection is in memory of Leo Feingold." The jewelry designer gives us a sneak peek with the accompanying lookbook, and even divulges a few unedited images to preview before the launch tomorrow. Remember our on-site glimpse into the making of her last one? Well, true to form these photos are a visual escapade of boho and Tex-Cali influences, with a little bit of signature bandit flair. Shot and styled by dream team Zoey Grossman and Ashley Glorioso, these latest snaps are all we need to put us in a feel-good Monday mood. Have at it!

    Photo: Courtesy of The 2 Bandits/Zoey Grossman

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