Wearing: Jacquemus Le Sac Chiquito Mini Bag (great budget option here), Free People Toe Ring Sandals (in white), Free People Puff Sleeve Dress (from last summer, but similar here, here, and here), H&M Straw Hat (2 years old, but similar here), Mango Statement Earrings, and Céline Sunglasses via Pretavoir (similar)
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Impractically small in size, but gigantic in impact, this Jacquemus Le Sac Chiquito bag is the only accessory you need this season to make a bold statement in order to spice up your breezy summer dresses.
It’s evident Jacquemus has been killing it in the accessory department during the past couple of seasons. The item in question this time? This micro bag called, ‘Le Sac Chiquito’, translated from Sprench (Spanish and French) to English: The Little Bag. However, I wouldn’t call it ‘Chiquito’ (meaning ‘small’ in Spanish), instead I’d call it ‘Chiquitito’, since adding an additional ‘ti’ suffix in Spanish to a diminutive adjective makes it smaller each time. So yeah, you can go ahead and call it, ‘Chiquititititito’, but you might as well call it hella ‘Bonititititito’.
Having said that, don’t ask me how many items fit in this Jacquemus Le Sac Chiquito
micro mini bag or worse yet — which items fit at all, because my ceiling might end up in flames due to my brain already in smoke fire trying to figure out the answer. However, similarly to home adornments that don’t need to justify a function whatsoever other than to embellish an interior, who says the same can’t apply to a bag embellishing your outfits? Jewelry already does that, so why not a bag? I, for one, think it’s absolutely valid, because, after all, formalism and fashion go hand in hand. It’s all in the sake of the aesthetics of an image. Though not entirely. My keys and lipgloss do fit. 😉
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