27 July 2014

Fashion Favourites | Accessory Obsession

It's been a few months since my last Fashion Favourites post and I thought it was time for a new instalment of my little 'series'. So, without further adieu, here are a few current favourites!

In case I've not yet made it obvious, I'm quite a fan of pointed toe pumps (and flats!).

I've always had a bit of a soft spot for leopard print, so it goes without saying that I have a bit of a crush on these leopard pumps. The d'Orsay cut is a favourite of mine and the print is perfectly defined. Dream shoes.

And although I've been a bit slow to warm to the metallic shoe trend, I do find myself loving these silver metallic flats. I usually prefer heels, but the fact that these are flat is a large part of what I like about them as I often find metallic heels a bit over the top. Not always, but often.

Finally, I couldn't write a post such as this and feature shoes without including a pair of black pumps. This particular pair is another pair of d'Orsay cut pumps featuring a scalloped heel cap and an ankle strap. Just love.
Christopher Kon Fringe Bag | Frye Leather Satchel | Tory Burch Quilted Bag

When it comes to bags, there are about three styles of bags that I tend to gravitate toward most.

One style is the fringed bag, such as this one. I always find this type of bag so easy to pair with a casual outfit for an effortless but stylish look. Toss in what you need, sling it over your shoulder, and off you go!

 The second is a structured bag, such as a satchel or envelope bag. They can easily be paired with a casual outfit to add a little bit of structure to the overall look or paired with a dressier outfit to keep with the put-together feel of the look.

And the third style is a vintage or vintage-inspired bag, such as this quilted one which reminds me a little of a vintage Chanel bag. And while it is far out of my price range, I love window shopping online to gather some inspiration and ideas for what to look for in the upcoming season. And another thing about actual vintage bags, thrift shops are brilliant places to look for them. I've found quite a few neat and incredibly cheaply priced vintage handbags at thrift shops over the years.
clockwise l-r: Thierry Lasry Cat-Eye Sunglasses | Ray-Ban Oversized Wayfarers | Ray-Ban Vintage Inspired Wayfarers | DITA Tortoise Shell Sunglasses

And finally, sunglasses. I've always had a bit of an obsession with sunglasses, though as I've gotten older I've gotten a little pickier. It's not that I don't still bring out the bright red heart shaped ones occasionally, but I do gravitate towards black and tortoiseshell ones more so these days. Cat eye shapes and classic wayfarers are what I'm falling back on this summer more than anything else.



  1. I love the black pumps and all the sunglasses :)

  2. Loved the black shoe, the bag of the medium and the two black sunglasses: D

  3. I love the black sunglasses and the black pumps :)


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