Photo: Gentl & Hyers
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The frames of these lightweight sunglasses are made in Oregon from sustainably
Shwood, $135, shwoodshop.com
Hand-carved boxtree wood makes each wavy, stackable bracelet one of a kind.
Raffaella Mannelli, $200 each, twistonline.com; experiencewhatism.com
A wood and hammered-gold-plated cocktail ring is as striking as any gemstone.
Kenneth Jay Lane for Jennifer Miller, $75, jennifermillerjewelry.com
All natural, all the time: For every watch sold, this company plants a tree.
WeWood, $119, we-wood.us
This modern bangle is buffed and finished with coconut oil.
Helveta Vyotlag, $100, helvetavyotlag.etsy.com
Dark wood squares set in gold make for a belt that's more like jewelry.
Oscar de la Renta, $995, oscardelarenta.com
Blond wood wedges with ribbon ties are a bold update on a classic summer shoe.
Belle by Sigerson Morrison, $350, sigersonmorrison.com
With its dramatically angled planes, this bracelet is a wearable—and affordable—work of art.
BaubleBar, $26, baublebar.com
Even a T-shirt looks dressy with a long, colorful strand of beads.
Gerard Yosca, $50, charmandchain.com
A thin bangle topped with a faux-turquoise stone has down-to-earth glamour.
T.J. Maxx, $20, tjmaxx.com
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From the July 2011 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
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