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There is no major size or style
trend, says Kallen. "Anything
goes. The 'Hobo' style is always
in for a basic look," she says.
Rita Cutler, co-owner of Baggit,
in Southfield, says that "A large
clutch is always in fashion; as well
as a large size tote — with a
wider, shorter, shoulder strap."
Want something totally
different? Try Marilyn Brooks and
Co. in West Bloomfield.
Co-owner, Dickenson, states:
"We look for unusual and
different types of accessories.
We're coming out with a purse
that'll knock your socks off," she
says. "We're having a small,
8-12-inch round, black, patent
leather purse made up with a
battery-operated clock encased.
With a skinny, hip length strap,
you can go to the office, hang it
up, and always know what time it
is," she said.
JOY OF JEWELRY: Women
have been adorning themselves
with jewelry since the beginning
of time, and it continues to be one
of the most important fashion
accessories. Be it high-fashion,
designer, one-of-a-kind pieces,
or funky, fun plastic, jewelry can
create an individual look.
As Steve Tapper, co-owner of
Tapper's Jewelry in Southfield,
says, "The key is that a person
maximizes their wardrobe by
using jewelry to complement their
look. And, at a lesser cost, jewelry
can change a wardrobe's
"Although diamonds and gold
are still the mainstay of the
jewelry business," he says, "with
the new materials being used
that aren't as expensive — there
is a flexibility in being able to
purchase and use different types
of jewelry to coordinate your
Diamonds still remain a girl's
best friend, and there are new
and different ways to accent
Sheldon Blair, manager of
John Darakjian Jewelry in
Southfield, says that now,
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