Thursday, January 21, 2010

ACCESS: Hot Picks for Spring Accessories

Remember these? Powder-puff marabou mules were once the chi-chi footwear reserved for lookin' good in the boudoir, worn almost exclusively with negligee and penoir sets. Popularized by Jean Harlow in the 30s, they were trendy all through the 50s and early 60s. Now they can be flaunted and worn out to the most glam events- your wedding included.
Emily Temple Rhinestone Gloves - MARUI web channel International
Shorties like these are those very lady-like gloves everyone wore to church in the 1950s. Mostly paired with daytime attire, they could go from afternoon formals into the early evening. These days they actually look chic with all styles--sheaths, A-lines and ball gowns.

Florence by Natasha Jane

A delicate limited edition headband, the warm metallic and chiffon fabric is complimented by gunmetal and bronze coloured wire. Ivory beaded band featuring a bronze and gold cluster beneath the fabric flowers.
Yulia Kunze

Covered with layers of white tulle this headband features beautiful handmade antique replica double butterflies and satin flowers adorned with faux pearls. Bonus chic: There is a little blue Swarovski crystal for luck hidden inside the flower . . . .

Priscilla's Parasols

Silk. Cotton. Linen. Check out this charming little fabric parasol. It will absorb and protect you from direct sunlight; and what a fantastic prop to have on your wedding day. You can go with a real one-of-a-kind vintage keepsake or have your own custom designed for you and your bridesmaids
Casadei Crystal-encrusted Wedge Shoe
$891 -


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M said...

Yes to headbands and parasols! I have yet to be convinced regarding the marabou shoes... maybe they would work with the right dress. :)