Twine & Twig

It takes a bit of work to find something new and fabulously southern to blog about each day so I'm always more than happy to receive a tip or two. Like this next shop, Twine & Twig, which I first heard about through my bf, Kevin. I had no idea what the shop would be but after I opened the link, I was quick to bookmark it. Perfect for Sweet Peach...

Sisters, Elizabeth Stafford White and Jacquelyn Stafford Buckner live in Charlotte, North Carolina. Together, they design jewelry inspired by nature, their southern roots and extensive world travels. What I love too is how distinctive their pieces are, made up of naturally shed antler, globally sourced beads, found items and neutral earth tones. Plus, many of their pieces are finished off with their signature suede strap. The cuffs above work just as well as a bracelet as they do an anklet.

These eye catching sea glass bracelets are a collaboration between the sisters and Boho Beads. 


 

The pair manages to combine a global feel with an earthy, coastal feel in their work which lends these pieces to be dressed up or down. I can't love them more...

As if their jeweled creations weren't pretty enough, they also sell these adorable straw clutches created by local women in the Bahamas. They're made via a technique called "Plait" passed down by generations of local island weavers. The sisters complete each clutch with their unique beads and accessories. The perfect touch...

 

Images: Twine & Twig      Content: Sweet Peach