The Internet has changed nearly everything we do in some way or another, and it’s certainly had an effect on fashion brands, the markets they can reach and what they decide to produce as a result. Because its easier to find a niche customer, brands incur less risk and make more specialty pieces than ever, and that results in a ton of non-intuitive products that make their way onto the websites of your favorite retailers.
farfetch.com is the Internet’s easiest way to get bags, shoes, apparel and accessories from the world’s best boutiques delivered directly to your doorstep, and right now, it’s even easier. Now through March 26, farfetch.com is offering free global shipping on any order over $150, no code required. All you have to do is pick something fab and get the shipping is on them.
I’m constantly checking new arrivals on my favorite shopping sites and recently noticed a big influx of fringe fashion pieces, handbags and beyond. Fringe is making a big statement for Spring 2015, but something about it feels so familiar. After a bit of checking, I figured out why: almost exactly a year ago, I wrote a very similar piece on the best fringe bags for Spring 2014, and now, here we are, in a sort of handbag déjà vu.
Bag: See by Chloé Kristen Python Print Shoulder Bag
Price: $598 via MATCHESFASHION.COM
Why It’s the Bag of the Week: The rich, multicolored python print on this bag can do a little bit of everything–work, play, day, evening. It’ll also disguise wear very well.
Don’t waste any time; you can still shop the weekend’s best shoe deals over on TalkShoes! We also checked out superblogger Chiara Ferragni’s growing footwear line, and it looks like glitter and platforms are her main focus for Fall 2015. We always love a double dose of Saint Laurent, even if it’s on these two Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. If you’re a fan of Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, don’t miss your chance to pre-order (and swoon over) this Fall 2015 collection!
I’ve been thinking about handbag life cycles lately, and it occurred to me that most of you likely do not have the space constraints that those of us who live in New York City have. Even in a particularly spacious apartment, storage is at a premium, and that means I can’t keep all the things I might have kept if I still lived in Georgia and had a walk-in closet.
Friday was the first day of spring, and even though it snowed all day in New York City, we pressed on through the weekend anyway, mostly because we didn’t have a choice. That’s all over now, though, and we are determined to start the first full week of the new season on a nice note: with over two dozen bags that positively scream “SPRING!!”