Not having a Rag & Bone moment yet? The Enfield will surely change your mind. This new Spring style proves the boys can do so much more than great basic tees and well-tailored blazers.
There’s a lot going for this bag. A bright yellow that’s perfect for summer, cool hardware to counterbalance the vivid hue, and a $495 price tag. Enough said, right? But then there’s the textured leather and the shoulder strap that allow for easy wear and versatility. And did I mention the price? Yeah, well, it’s worth a second mention.
I’m due for a fitting follow-up to my all-time favorite VB bag, the Liberty, and this piercing pink mini satchel is just the piece to add to my collection, for lighter days when a bigger tote isn’t needed…and a pop of color is desired.
According to legend dating back to Boston in the 1700s, if leprechauns (or your prankster friends) see that you’re not wearing green on March 17th, they’ll pinch you! To avoid unsightly little bruises, I recommend one of the Emerald Isle-hued options below. My husband’s maternal grandfather was 100% happy go lucky Irish, and his spirit has me in the mood to celebrate.
I’m so in love! Navy pony hair layered over blocks of gray and white isn’t just unexpected, it’s striking and deeply chic. We see more than our fair share of pony on a regular basis, so I’ve got to hand it to Milli Millu for coming up with such a unique incarnation. Navy blue looks as glossy as satin and exotic as anything I’ve seen.
Calling all commitment phobes and on-a-budge babes: a quintessential Frugal Friday bag means all the pleasure of an easy, no-brainer find and none of the pain that comes with making a big investment purchase. Pour La Victoire has a knack for pulling off nice designs for an even nicer price and their latest is perfectly cute and preppy.
At first glance, I quite liked this bag. How perfect for summer, I thought. The structure, polished lock, and rolled leather top handle add sophistication to seasonal favorite rattan. It’s not some slouchy straw bag you’ll take to the beach, but it does evoke the look and feel of summer that we all love.
…And tulips and daisies and lilies. Some people say the first day of spring is March 21st (and technically, they are right). Others say it’s when new buds have returned to the trees. But I say it’s when a fresh crop of blossoms hits the shelves by way of my favorite accessory.