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Shwood Sunglasses at Hard Goods

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Gem features one standout piece from a local shop. Whether it's a jacket, necklace, or handbag, it's on our have-to-have list.

What: There's plenty of desirable loot packed into the Hard Goods retail space. One of our favorite finds is the selection of Oregon-made Shwood sunglasses, in particular the Canby style, which is the brand's original design. With timeless lines and cherry wood with polarized gray lenses imported from Carl Zeiss in Italy.

Where: Hard Goods

Cost: $175

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Style It: Tap into spring's pattern-mixing trend with a double dose of black-and-white silky floral with Nina Ricci pants and a Stella McCartney button-down. Complete the look with a pair of classic Chucks, Shwood sunglasses, and a pop of lit-inspired red with an Olympia Le-Tan Le Rouge Et Le Noir book clutch.

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