Accessories For Spring 2015 That We Are Going To Wear

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We like to think that style doesn’t depend on trends. Sure, trends are great, but let’ not forget how accessories make an outfit come to life. Consequently, accessories should be expression of your personality: a touch of crazy, or a sophisticated hint; maybe just a splash of color. We hand-picked some accessories for Spring 2015 that we cannot wait to rock all the way through the season. Which ones are you favorite?


If you thought these were accessories for grandmas, think again. The brooch is big this year, especially thanks to the advent of capes for Fall 2015. In Spring, a big fat brooch will look stunning on all your pastel dresses.


image: Pop Sugar

Pastel hair

The sweetest fashion rebellion of all, pastel hair are a thing among celebrities and street style masters. With a flash of color on your head, every outfit becomes a signature look.


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Flower crowns

Goddess of the forest by day, festival aficionado by night; a flower crown creates a summer aura and makes you the queen of the street style scene.


photo courtesy: TheLane

Pop Clutches

If an accessory is supposed to give you that hint of pop that’s missing, the latest collections presented some clutches that will just do the job. Fun and playful, colorful and never boring, these clutches are a must-have for day & night.


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Rococo Headphones

Why shouldn’t usefulness and style be together? Sometimes they seem made for each other. We love our jams in the morning on the way to work, and we love that rococo touch. The answer to our question is one: decadent headphones.


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Classy Flats

The days of must-have heels in the office are over. Comfort is becoming increasingly in vogue, and this is why flats are here to stay. Always classy, of course.


photo courtesy: Vogue

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