After seeing the full Gucci Spring 2014 Handbags collection, I instantly fell in love. However, like the our original review mentions, I also worried a bit about practicality. New York weather is not always in a fashion girl’s favor; one gust of wind and I’d be hitting an innocent bystander with the fringe of my Gucci Bamboo Fringe Shopper, not to mention that the fringe is probably a bit long for my rather petite stature. Despite these difficulties, I still love this bag, and that’s what inspired me to pair it with the Tibi Embellished Leather Mules.

Mules are definitely among the most dominant shoe trends for Spring 2014, and these Tibi mules are my favorite that I’ve seen so far. The sandal’s upper is substantial enough to secure the top of your foot to the show better than many mules, which makes it one of the more practical shoes of its kind.

The wood detailing is a pleasantly unexpected touch that works well to balance the heavily embellished heel, which is what instantly caught my attention about the shoe. With that detailing and the bag’s luxe suede fringe, this pairing makes the ultimate bohemian duo.

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Tibi Embellished Leather Mules
$495 via Net-a-Porter

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Gucci Bamboo Shopper Suede Fringed Tote
$2,500 via Gucci

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  • Guest

    Thinking about a way to DIY those shoes. Love them, but not at that price!

  • Candace

    How can you determine who authored an article on purseblog? I know the author’s name used to be right under the title but I don’t see that anymore.

    • Katherine Callaghan

      It still says it right under the title of the post. Which post do you need to know the author and I can tell you that information.

      • Candace

        Maybe the mobile version doesn’t show the author because I don’t see the author under any of the titles.

    • Katherine Callaghan

      Hm, you’re right it doesn’t show up on the mobile version! Thank you for pointing that out! :)

    • I noticed the other day that it does not show author names on the mobile version of the site. Let me see if we can add that somehow!