If you didn’t make it to my Moxie Shop during this year’s SXSW festival in Austin, you can snag some of my fave finds online!

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Photography by Charles Reagan Hackleman
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To celebrate our 11th annual Feedback event during SXSW, we brought back our Moxie Shop pop-up. This time, we filled an awesome Airstream with clothing, beauty products, and accessories. Here are five things you can still buy online!

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Credit: Photography by Peter Ardito

1. Round Handle Tote by Hat Attack

This woven-straw Round Handle Tote by Hat Attack ($112) is sturdy and roomy enough for all your summery essentials. And with its ombré pom-pom detail, you get two trends in the deal.

bellbottom jeans
Credit: Photography by Peter Ardito

2. N’est Ce Pas High Waist Bell-Bottoms

Look retro, not dated, thanks to vintage-clothing dealer Molly Salvi, who sells rare denim, like these 1970s N'est Ce Pas High Waist Bell-Bottoms ($188), out of her Squash Blossom web store. 

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3. David Bowie “Rebel Rebel” Shirt by Chaser

Nothing screams festival season quite like a good old-fashioned rock tee. Slip on this subtly tie-dyed David Bowie "Rebel Rebel" Shirt by Chaser ($62) for a dose of instant cool.

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4. Sarah Swell Feather Diamond Rings

In this cool-girl stack of etched Sarah Swell Feather Diamond Rings (from $230 each), you can mix and match stone sizes and shiny metals (sterling silver or 14-karat yellow gold).

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Credit: Photography by Jurate Veceraite for Ellis Brooklyn

5. Ellis Brooklyn’s Raven Eau de Parfum

For a scent that goes great with vintage denim and fringe, spritz on Ellis Brooklyn's Raven Eau de Parfum($100 for 50 milliliters). It mates peony and pink-lotus notes with blond woods and that ubiquitous festival fragrance: patchouli.