Add a little fun to your wardrobe with some striking accessories from the Autumn/Winter 2017 collections


  • Style
  • Sunday, 12 Nov 2017

This season, pick some quirky and bold accessories for a wardrobe update. - Dior

As fashion continues its run in the quirky and unusual, not many are willing or daring enough to take the plunge into the world of eye-catching and conversation-making clothes.

But why not just start small? Statement pieces have always been around, and it makes for a fresh look every season.

We’ve selected some accessories that will add that extra edge to your current look.

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Gucci

Let’s start off with what you might have seen around the waists for the trendsetters this season - the fanny pack. Yes, really. To make it less painful, and a lot more fun, try this one by Gucci.

With butterflies all over, it’s still pretty enough and what’s the current season without something from Gucci?

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Louis Vuitton

But if fanny packs are a no-no, a box clutch from Louis Vuitton in a black and white print will do just as well.

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Fendi

It’s not the Fall season without bringing out the boots. And why not make it a striking red? These thigh high boots from Fendi are just the thing.

If you’d rather just go for little luxuries, how about earrings from Dior? A bug on one side and J’ADIOR on the other.

Light that fire figuratively with a brooch of matchsticks and flames from Saint Laurent. Discreet, but still adds that extra something.

And if none of these appeal to you, there are always stickers! And not just any stickers. If you must have stickers on your bag, it has to be from Anya Hindmarch. This Egg Mink sticker in white will add a touch of whimsy to your bag.

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Saint Laurent brooch (L) and Anya Hindmarch sticker.


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