Shopping | Spring’s Essentials

9. April 2014

Fashion Landscape Céline Baby Audrey Sunglasses, Acne ‘Mape’ Leather Jacket (best budget alternative here), Equipment ‘Sloane’ Cashmere Sweater, Victoria Beckham Culottes, Stella McCartney Belt, and Gianvito Rossi Mules (other great options here, here, and here)


Here a list of the must-haves these season, amongst them: mules, culottes, a waist belt to cinch your blazers and coats, the essential biker jacket, a cashmere sweater, and a slick pair of sunnies. Nothing more is needed to mix and match with other items for the upcoming months.

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9 responses to “Shopping | Spring’s Essentials”

  1. carol says:

    totally must !!! every single piece is a must

  2. Sacha says:

    I wouldn’t mind finding the leather jacket and the culottes in my dressing room!

  3. Ellie says:

    Not sure about culottes yet, think they’re definitely an acquired taste. Great for Summer though, loose and breezy enough for a Summer day yet warm enough for the cooler evenings.

  4. THeresa says:

    Each and every piece is calling my name. Spring essentials for sure. Lovin’ this set. I think culottes would look amazing on you! 🙂


  5. Ohhh! That leather jacket is just so cool!
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