Get your sparkle on this fall. It seems Swarovski crystals are one of the fiercest trends of the season. With the influence of Swarovski crystals by Balmain on everything from boots, to handbags and jeans, the tiny bits of Austrian sparkle are not just for jewelry any more. We love a bit of glitz now and then and all taken in moderation.


The Find

Beginning with a touch of Swarovski on our favorite jeans. Take your ordinary denim to the next level of luxury with True Religion ‘Julie – Disco Big T’ Skinny Stretch Jeans, (upper left, $297.00 at Nordstrom.com). These are not your everyday skinnies; they are adorned with while black-colored Swarovski crystal buttons. The dark crystal buttons on the front and back add just the right hint of subtle chic to these rocker glam inspired jeans. Balmain’s Leo Swarovski crystal bag (upper right, $2,920 at Net-a-Porter) sports a Swarovski crystal animal-print pattern as well as silver tone hardware and a fold over flap. This bag is definitely a statement maker, especially if worn with a moto jacket and skinny black jeans. Next up are Giuseppe Zanotti’s Swarovski-embellished sandals, (middle right, $1,150 at Net-a-Porter). These sandals are spooky and sparkly at the same time, the perfect shoe for a glamorous Halloween ball. Paint your toes with Chanel Vernis Black Satin to complete the sinister look. The sparkly and sweet Chloe Bow Clutch (bottom right, $1,095.00 at MadisonLosAngeles.com) features just the right amount of crystal embellishment upon an oversized bow. Inside is a small patch pocket. Lastly, Judith Leiber’s Snowy Owl (bottom left, $3,800.00 at RobertsFineShoes.com) is creepy cute as well. I’m not a fan of these animal themed bags, but it could be just the right accent to your favorite Little Black Dress.

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  • http://www.purseblog.com/ Amanda Mull

    OMG. Must. Have. Sandals. Now. Really, I could do Halloween all year if someone would let me.

  • atrophia

    Agree, LOVE those purple sandals.

  • missaustralian

    hey there! im from australia, pretty sure that swarovski is from here, not austria hahaha.
    we’re just unimportant because we’re under the equator hahahh

    • http://www.purseblog.com/ Vlad Dusil

      Actually, the founder, Daniel Swarovski, was Czech. Upon founding his crystal cutting company, he moved to Tyrol, Austria.

  • Andrew Martin

    Hi,

    Have seen handbags fully covered with swarovski crystal at

    http://www.crystalpurseshop.com/categories/Crystal-Purses/

    Nice designs with lowest prices.

    Thanks,

  • musty

    love love them

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