Where’s the fanfare at? Not only are our comments finally fixed but it’s the first Accessories to Murder of 2014! It’s already February, so let’s not hang around nattering about broken New Years resolutions and Justin Bieber’s mugshot. I give you the accessories that have made it onto She and Hem’s Most Wanted.
There is neigh better way to celebrate Chinese New Year, Year of the Horse, than with this Tatty Devine novelty necklace. So don’t horse around, make it a stable part of your outfit as it won’t be around furlong! Thank you for bringing this into my life Tatty!
Ah, thistle do nicely. This gold chunky chain necklace is so fabulous that it will easily brighten up a gloomy February morning, getting you jumping out of your flowerbed. I love the clash of colours and will definitely be investing in this piece to jazz up my London Fashion Week wardrobe.
Yes, I know I feature a satchel in pretty much every A2M. But Hemsters, I am not sorry! They really do go with everything and Topshop just keep on giving. They have a whopping 18 smashing satchels on sale at the moment and I can honestly say I love them all, with this soft mint dream being the cream of the crop.
Take a bow Head Full of Feathers, these clips are just bowtiful! Bristol based designer Jen is currently having a sale over on Etsy featuring cats, stars and oh so many bows. Just use code AMAZASALE14 at checkout for a staggering 50% discount.
What do you get when your favourite designer collaborates with your favourite shoe shop? These positively ravishing Orla Kiely mustard Mary Janes of course! The collection is also available at Clarks, with several stunning shoes to choose from. I’ve picked the Milly as the retro design excites me, the strap is possibly the cutest thing I’ve ever seen and for someone who is quite wobbly on their feet like me, I think the small heel and cushioning will make the shoes super wearable.
While I was browsing the Orla Kiely site (which is like my dream wardrobe exploded all over the internet) I found this awesome amethyst wallet. The pattern is damn fine and funky and it won’t cost you a pretty penny, as it’s just been reduced to £37. Thumbs up!
Until next time,