We’ve reached the last installment for this season’s collection. This week, taking a look that more functional accessories to help you stay stylish and practical.
Hope you enjoy…
Hudson Tote Medium in Saddle £130
Oh a bag after my own heart! Look how much you can carry in this, I am an avid fan of taking all my possessions everywhere with me. I mean you never know what you’re going to need in the supermarket right? I love that this bag has loads of inside pockets for keeping things safe and easy to find as well as a washable lining so any accidental spillages. The Hudson Tote is also available in black and silver (currently on sale)
Nolita Small Crossbody in Electric Yellow Currently on Sale £42
This one is a little ‘out there’ for me as I’m normally much more reserved when it comes to colours but there’s something about this little ray of sunshine, I love it. Perfect for days when you just want to carry your essentials; the strap is also removable to make it a clutch bag for evening. If the yellow is a little too much for you, try the raffia fringe.
Madison Tech Wallet in Brushed Metallic £65
Don’t want to carry a bag? Just running to the store? no problem, take everything you need in one purse. The front pocket can hold mobile phones up to the Iphone 6, there’s space inside for your cards and cash and your car keys? hook them to the clip on the wrist strap and off you go.
Everyone looks good in a stylish pair of aviator sunglasses and these are no exception. Classic, simple and chic, what more can you say.
Miramar Sunglasses in Black £115
A thicker frame with this style, these scream ‘no more pictures’ to me and are the style that would probably suit me best (if I wasn’t restricted by my need for prescription glasses)
I do hope you have enjoyed this trilogy of posts, I’ll try and do another when the new Winter/Christmas collection is launched later in the autumn.
There you have it, my first S&D Top Picks installment, I hope you enjoyed it and found it inspiring. If you would like to see more of the Stella & Collection please click here. Let me know in the comments below which your favorite piece is…