Ask many women who face a New Year’s Eve party their favorite dress hue, and the answer is black. The basic, elegant, reliable, money-saving neutral can be worn over and over again. But does it really capture the joy of the occasion?
Add the latest in colorful jewelry, and the answer is yes.
“It’s how you take a little black dress from funereal to festive,” says Gisele Cosma of Rye, whose clothing boutique on Magazine Street is full of colorful multi-strand necklaces and chandelier earrings in monochromatic icy hues or a mix of bright colors.
Chris Bynum, The Advocate Jan 2014
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“Wonderful Uptown New Orleans Boutique with surprisingly great customer service…We were with our two kids- and we there for more than an hour. The owner made sure our kids were totally occupied with whole time. That level of service assures we’ll be back. I highly recommend Rye- an Uptown New Orleans boutique with excellent service” Will Scott
Gambit Weekly / Shoptalk
“Rye Clothing on Adams St.” by Kat Stromquist
For Uptown residents, an afternoon in the picturesque Riverbend shopping area is a time-honored way to spend a Saturday. After an initially nerve-wracking period when Rye Clothing opened, owner Gisele Cosma finally enjoys these leisurely days with her customers. Read more
Women’s Contemporary Apparel
Opened in March, Rye was voted one of the top new retail businesses in New Orleans by Gambit Weekly readers in the August 31, 2010 edition, and has been featured by the Times-Picayune’s Wish, New Orleans Tidbits, many local blogs. Featuring everything from T-shirts and shorts to denim to silk dresses Rye also has pottery, and jewelry. Prices range from $20-$350. Read more