The Perfect Statement Accessory

Posted: Apr 29 2013

Meet Molly Fienning, one of our favorite Tuckernuck fans and a fellow entrepreneur.  Molly co-founded Babiators, the market-leading sunglass company for babies, an idea that stemmed from Molly's husband's role as a Marine Fighter Pilot.  Molly explained, "All military pilots are issued aviator sunglasses with their wings. Their spouses wear them, too, but the kids didn't have any cool, durable options...That's how Babiators was born!"  We were thrilled to spend some time with Molly, her husband, and her son last week.

We met up with the beautiful female founder and mom at her apartment in New York, where she paired our Loren Hope Gwyneth Necklace with several different looks, proving that the right statement accessory can keep you looking polished on even the busiest days.  As Molly put it, "I love making a strong statement with a cool necklace, pair of sunglasses or bag--it can completely change an outfit. I was immediately drawn to the Loren Hope necklace because of its beautiful, art-deco design. I'm a New York City girl born and raised, so the necklace reminds me of the sparkling skyline at night. It makes me smile when I wear it, and it suits my personal style perfectly-- feminine and flirty with a bit of an edge."  We love how this city girl and savvy entrepreneur wore one of our favorite accessories as she dressed for work, playtime, and date-night.

First, Molly paired the Gwyneth necklace with an oxblood leather dress, heels and a black blazer for a feminine, sophisticated work look.

Next, she dressed it down for playtime with Sawyer, her son.

Later that day, Molly stopped in to meet with some clients at a neighborhood baby store.  She wore the necklace with our Gigi All in One clutch and printed Shoshanna pants for a lively, but chic professional look.

Finally, Molly dressed for datenight with her husband and Babiators co-founder, Ted.  She wore the necklace to add some sparkle to a classic little black dress.  

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