Main Line Style Watch: November 2018

From a chic camouflage sweater dress to the recently opened Maura Grace Boutique, here’s what’s trending.


Studio 882 has amassed a huge following thanks to its innovative luxury design and craftsmanship. It’s now offering Photorealistic Rendering Services, so customers can preview concepts prior to purchase. The 3D technology develops to-scale renderings with real-life representations of homeowners’ spaces.

101 Applied Bank Blvd., Glen Mills, (610) 314-8820,

Kennett Square recently welcomed Maura Grace Boutique, the brainchild of Katie Holsten, who offers effortless fashion through an eclectic mix of clothing, jewelry and home décor. Among her selected brands: Rifle Paper Co., Level 99 Denim, Rag Poets and THML.

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101 W. State St., Kennett Square, (484) 732-8201.

ELLIE – Main Line is hosting a Holiday Accessory Trunk Show Nov. 14-17, featuring a collection of cocktail clutches with interchangeable bows, along with statement jewelry from Brynn Hudson.

503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 293-6822.

Our November Must Haves

KingsHaven Odeon Sconce.

10Eleven’s camouflage sweater dress.

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Nothing says fall quite like candles. With the days getting darker earlier, this KingsHaven Odeon Sconce is an autumnal essential. Choose from artisan gold, nickel, burnished brass, charred iron or a custom finish of your choice. From $455.

KingsHaven, 10 W. Lancaster Ave., Paoli, (844) 546-4799,

There’s no hiding from this trend. Pants, tops, dresses and scarves are getting the camouflage treatment this season. Green not your color? Try 10Eleven’s muted woven hues of black and gray in a chic bodycon sweater dress. Pair it with your favorite ankle booties and a wide-brimmed hat. $295.

Shop Sixty Five. 128 S. 17th St., Philadelphia, (267) 239-5488,

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