Partners in fine, these extras are the ones your #OOTD can forever bank on. We know curating the perfect accessories line-up can be as much of a struggle as putting together a no-fail look. If you missed the word on the street, all you need to do is scroll… Here’s the scoop on how you can score the hottest season-proof accessories.
Stock up on body chains to add an indie forward vibe to your daily basics. Clasp the cool like Emma Roberts in a simple tank and denims and go from casj to fab. Team this Blueberry bodychain with a bodysuit to reign in the trend that's so hot and so now...
It’s so wrong, it feels right… it's made to mis match. We adore this genius trend the catwalk was witness to throughout 2016. From Loewe’s bigger and bolder pairs to Céline’s shoulder-grazing minimalistic ones, everything about this quirky trend is #OnFleek. And we’re not the only ones who think so. Jessica Alba, Emma Watson and Ashley Olsen got the memo (and loved it) too! If your mismatched pair is minimalistic, go on and play with prints and textures. But if you're going the wild way with a statement pair like these Eristona punctuation earrings, pair them with this charming KOOVS pinafore dress.
#Tbt? ‘Cause all the ‘90s resurgence is making us nostalgic. Once the teen girl’s go-to accessory (not so sure we loved it then), the choker has taken on a chic avatar to make the comeback of the decade. Kim Kardashian does a 'girl done right' number in the multi-layered goth neckpiece. Bring the trend home in an all-black outfit and Eristona layered star choker.
WORK THE PATCH
Make a statement in patches... your sartorial disclaimer for statement making cool. This 80s trend was a go-to for high-street brands and designers like Marc Jacobs and Libertine by the second half of 2016. Early days, but 2017 can't seem to stop crushing on it either. Draw some street star inpo in this Eristona sassy iron-on patches on a bright-hued overcoat or on a printed blazer. Ahem... a little bit of sass and a lot of fashion ;)
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