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Prints prevail in these must-have accessories for the home and for yourself

By Fab FindsKiran Dodeja Smith
Kiran Dodeja Smith
Kiran Dodeja Smith is a freelance writer and a mom of four young children. Fab Finds appears every other week.
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    - Photos from Page 6 Boutique
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    - Photos courtesy of Hipanema
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    Casserole carrier

Fit to be tied

These sashes are great for games or for making a fashion statement. Chevron continues in color combos, including orange/white, purple/white, red/white, black/white, garnet/yellow, purple/gold, black/white/red. The 100 percent cotton sashes are handmade locally. $34.99.

Page 6 Boutique, 936 Market St. Fort Mill, S.C. 803-548-0559. shoppage6.com.

Carry on

Too hot to handle? Dish it out of your cute-as-pie casserole carrier that’ll be the highlight of the holiday party circuit. Fits standard 9-by-11-inch casserole dishes and comes in two prints. $24, add $10 for personalization/monogram.

HandPicked, 9844 Rea Road. 704-334-2037. handpicked.net.

The more the merrier

Hot prints can be had with these homemade Hipanema Brazilian bracelets. Eight different models (with hundreds of varieties) include pearls, seashells and multicolored thread. The eclectic layered look stays shut with the magnetic clasp. $58-$118.

Lipp Boutique, 16836 Birkdale Commons Pkwy., Huntersville. 704-655-1243. lippboutique.com.

Got a Fab Find? We’d love to hear from specialty retailers with cool stuff. Or maybe you’re a power shopper with an eye for the eclectic. Email your nomination to kdodeja@me.com.
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