I bought the cutest dress recently and when it arrived I decided that it would make an awesome blog post about accessorizing, because I sell accessories, right? Exactly.
Isn't it darling? I got up super early to shop the Loveshack Fancy x Gap collection and this dress just jumped into my cart. Love.
And it fit perfectly! It's like wearing a birthday cake. It's like being Marie Antoinette about to stroll the grounds of Le Trianon and, idk, milk a goat for afternoon tea. Flirty, sweet, ruffly and crisp. I decided to rifle through my inventory so that I could turn THE dress into MY dress. Let's get into it!
I thought it would be fun to work in a cool, silvery palette to start. I pulled out a vintage icy blue Kenneth Cole baguette, $30, and some recycled silver mules from Something Navy x Treasure & Bond, $20 size 7. I kept to the blue and white of the dress with these fun marbled acrylic earrings, $16. Finish off the look with a scattering of silver metal star hair clips, $10 on hair brushed flat.
Blue and white will always benefit from a hit of bright red or pink, that's a given. It felt right to go full maximalist with my Anastasia Ruby jewel encrusted headband, $45 and gold and faceted crystal lobster earrings, $30. This also felt like the exact moment that you need reworked Riudavet sandals with fuschia feathers, $70 to set the whole thing off.
I love gold, so I grabbed a big 60s vintage Crown Lewis gold leather clutch with wrist strap, $85. Then add a Goldie Love topknot headband, $25, and ferocious bamboo hoops, $20. The Old Navy gladiator sandals,$20, are the perfect finish to this Brooklyn Boho look.
A little eccentric, a little giddy and a pop of Wes Anderson. It's hit after hit of whimsy and color, from head to toe. Starting with my Lemon Sparkles embellished headband, $35, and the colorful and sparkly Princess Candy bib choker,$30. Keep the sweetness going with our rainbow Gummy Chain bracelet, and end it with these citrus bright preloved patent leather Junie mocs from Coach,$35
Until next time!