Exciting fashion accessories to gift

Zig-zag pattern baseball cap, Zara’s monochrome combined coat, tortoiseshell glasses, Blue linen bow tie and other exciting fashion accessories to gift:

Zig-zag pattern baseball cap

It’s a bit Kenzo-meets-Missoni, and the print is a headline trend for summer. Sure, we know that the beanie has been getting all the headgear air-time recently but let’s not forget about the baseball cap – it’s a style stalwart. And the best part? It’s only £12.

Zara’s monochrome combined coat

It feels like a breath of fresh air when a catwalk trend can actually translate to our everyday lives, and monochrome, most recently seen in the Marc Jacobs spring/summer 2013 collection, is a good example. This jacket by Zara (our permanent high street crush) shows how the trend provides fashion kudos and manages to give any outfit a dose of chic, all at a reasonable price.

Cobalt blue shoe & clutch set

Cobalt blue was a big look on the catwalks for autumn/winter 2012, making appearances in the collections of Armani, Mulberry and DKNY to name just a few. Dune’s blue suede heels and clutch combo will make you feel good about parting with your cash – £35 is being donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust for each set sold. Go on, make like an Italian and match your shoes to your bag.

Garrett Leight two-tone tortoiseshell glasses

As the son of glasses designer Larry Leight, Garret has a sturdy legacy in eyewear. His range of ‘opticals’, as he likes to call them, have all the jaunty grooviness you would expect from a California designer. The fade on this dark caramel pair is a bit of a show-stealer.

Jas MB leather Darius two-tone shopper

The sales are nearing an end, so now is a perfect time to pick up an all-round essential for that little bit less. Granted, £245 for a bag is still a lot (down from £350). But this pure leather two-tone model is big enough for your groceries, sturdy enough to last for some time and lovely enough to work with pretty much anything in your wardrobe. If you’re looking to invest in a sturdy shopping bag that won’t let you down, this is it.

Blue linen bow tie

The number of bow ties at this year’s Golden Globes should provide inspiration. And if you’re rarely seen in a penguin suit, then something softer, more casual and generally more wearable may work best. Bow Tie and Cotton’s handmade bow ties and handkerchiefs come in all kinds of colors, and they can also make them to order if you have something specific in mind (at a very reasonable price).

(Information courtesy: The Guardian)

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