5 Fall Accessories Made in MN

Make a stunning entrance with bold, locally made fashion accoutrements this fall

Courtesy Robin Ann Meyer

Robin Ann Meyer: Robin Ann Meyer’s line of hand-sewn crepe silk scarves and peel-and-stick wall coverings draw from nature and architecture. The Mala Strana scarf (shown here) is inspired by the cobblestone streets of Prague in the Czech Republic. $100, robinannmeyer.com

Courtesy Larissa Loden

Larissa Loden: Jewelry artist Larissa Loden’s works of art, handmade in her northeast Minneapolis studio, impress in every setting. Ovals in striking blue, with brass accents on a gold chain, make up the Itasca necklace shown here. $34, larissaloden.com

Courtesy Julie Meyer Handbags

Julie Meyer: Julie Meyer’s creations are thoughtfully designed and practical. The slim-design crossbody shown here can go from fanny pack to over a jacket in a snap. Brown and White Cowhide Leather Crossbody, $135, juliemeyerhandbags.com

Courtesy Eyebobs

Eyebobs: This hometown-favorite glasses maker has gone global without losing touch with its roots. Eyebobs offers prescription options just as cool as the original readers that started it all. Mmm… RX frames in tortoise starting at $199, eyebobs.com

Courtesy Celina Kane

Celina Kane: Classically trained milliner Celina Kane finds inspiration everywhere, even in the stars. The Constellation hats—available in black, green, and purple—are hand-embroidered. The Constellation in Crow hat shown here, $325, celinakane.com

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