Spring Awakening

Easily brighten up your wardrobe by accessorizing with vibrant pops of color.

By Hilary Geisbert - March 2015

Accessories for Spring

Easily brighten up your wardrobe by accessorizing with vibrant pops of color.

By Hilary Geisbert - March 2015


It's that time of year when everything outside seems to be coming to life again. But what about your closet? Does it still have the winter blues? Easily brighten up your wardrobe by accessorizing with vibrant pops of color paired with textured materials. It'll give your closet a fun and fresh feel.



1.
Wood ring ($88) at Jones and Jones. 2. Charles by Charles David Abacus leather wedges ($150) at The Little Shoebox. 3. Shaw Lux Shaw-London scarf ($148) at Trillium. 4. Kate Spade metallic Markey sandals ($175) at The Little Shoebox. 5. Parcel and Journey beaded cuff bracelet ($70) at Jean Pool. 6. Prada sunglasses ($285) at Handbags in the City. 7. White cork wallet ($78) at The Little Shoebox. 8. Pink wooden block ring ($14) at Poppy and Stella. 9. Natural hat ($55) at Ruth Shaw. 10. Turquoise earrings ($145) at Jones and Jones. 11. Oriley beige and navy paisley perforated ankle booties ($210) at Poppy and Stella. 12. The Birds & the Beads multi-color beaded bracelets with skulls ($45) at Jean Pool.





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