Refreshing your spring wardrobe calls for a few new additions - this season, make like Kendall Jenner and invest in culottes and some coordinated, two-piece ensembles. But fret not, because you can keep money in check with a slew of trend-oriented accessories that stand the test of time and update existing closet staples.
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From bags to sandals and sunnies to necklaces, spring 2015's best accoutrement come in all shapes and sizes - and we've got the lowdown on how your favourite sartorially savvy stars are rocking these trends and your 19 best options to get the look!
This quintessential ’70s satchel has been spotted on the arms of Jessica Alba (top left), Diane Kruger and Beyoncé. Although the shape may trigger memories of rock concerts and I’m-With-the-Band T-shirts, laser-cut details and graphic metal hardware add an of-the-moment update. Choose a brightly coloured leather, snakeskin or suede option for a fun yet practical addition to your spring wardrobe.
Embellished, printed and boldly coloured, these look-at-me pouches offer an innovative spin on the daytime clutch. Candy-coloured pastels and fringe detailing offer a playful twist, while embroidered or woven metallic threads create a found-at-the-market feel that pairs well with denim cut-offs and a tee. For a dressed-up look, take a page from Scarlett Johansson’s (top centre) playbook and contrast your outfit with a punchy clutch.
The ultimate carry-all for Hollywood “It” girls, the bucket bag is a go-to for stars like Reese Witherspoon (top right), Mila Kunis and Taylor Swift. Characterized by a roomy interior and cinched tie closure, this cross-body is ideal for women whose purse contents read more like a shopping list (no judgment). Choose a bag in go-with-everything black, tan or beige to take you through summer and well into next fall.
A new crop of statement sunglasses give a nod to ’70s field parties and have been seen on celebrities like Rita Ora (pictured), Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. These oversized circle-frames come in a range of modern hues, weights and finishes, but for the ultimate throwback, choose a pair with a thin metal frame and tinted blue-purple lenses.
Celebrities like Cate Blanchett (top left) and Nicole Richie eschew loud, layered necklaces in favour of a simple and clean silhouette. From graphic and contemporary styles to western-inspired emblems, whimsical animal figures or the prevailing ‘70s trend, these oversized pendants offer long, minimal lines that update your basics and never fail to impress.
Spring jewelry offers a tight embrace as oversized chokers take hold of celebrities like Rihanna (top right), Cara Delevingne and Emma Watson. Done in heavy metals like brass, bronze, pewter and gold, these dramatic pieces add a subversive undertone to even the most demure ensemble. Oversized embellishments that range from crystals to pearls, leather and fringe take the trend from daring to dangerous. Wear with caution.
Put a bold foot forward this spring with gladiator-inspired sandals. These woven shoes come in myriad chic options, from dainty ankle ties to knee-high (or even higher!) lace-ups. Consider metallics, the new neutral, and opt for a gold or rosy finish for a glamorous everyday look.