Accessorising with Marc by Marc Jacobs

Monday, July 08, 2013

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Every girl loves an accessory, and Marc by Marc Jacobs produce some of the coolest and quirkiest around. The latest offerings definitely don’t disappoint, so read on for our top picks.

Daytime Cool
A light-coloured bag looks gorgeous in summer and makes a nice change from the black leather tote most of us carry throughout the cooler months. Marc by Marc Jacobs handbags are highly sought after, and once you get your hands on one, it’s not difficult to see why! The Q Natasha Grained Leather Tote in nude is just beautiful and will see you right through summer. The neutral shade will go with absolutely everything, while the elegant shape means you’ll nail this season’s ladylike trend. 

Once you’ve got the arm candy, it would be a shame not to set it off with a beautiful watch! If there’s one thing more popular than rose gold right now, it’s mixed metals, so the Henry Chronograph Watch, in silver and rose gold tone stainless steel, ticks off two trends in one. This stunning piece of jewellery will look amazing with everything from smart work blouses to casual tees, and thanks to the combination of metals, it’ll work with everything in your jewellery box too. 

Hot Summer Nights
For a sophisticated look on a night out this summer, why not go for a simple white dress and add some interest with a couple of stunning accessories? Name tag necklaces have proved a huge hit since being spotted on celebrities like Rihanna and Kim Kardashian, but Marc by Marc Jacobs offers a subtle twist on the trend with the gold tone Chain Loop Bracelet. We think this delicate bracelet will look fantastic against tanned summer skin.

To complete the look, the stunning pink and blue Printed Brushed Satin Wedge Sandals are perfect. Teamed with that plain white dress, they’ll really make you stand out from the crowd. Plus, the wedge heel means you’ll be able to dance all night – an added bonus!

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