I do wish my wardrobe looked like Kate Moss’s.
All those delicious bags lined up ready for an outing. What is it about bags and shoes that gets us girls hyper excited? Maybe the same can be said for men and fast cars? Or watches? Men seem to have a thing for watches, don’t they?
I won’t pretend that I don’t love a shoe and a bag. I always have and I always will. I know that they aren’t important in the grand scheme of life, but sometimes it’s not all about the big.
I don’t know about you, but a new bag or a pair of shoes can do wonders for my spirits. Silly, yes but it is the truth. Kate Moss obviously feels the same.
Fashion week has me thinking about the season ahead and the additions I wish to make to my wardrobe. In London and in New York I have noticed that flats are out in force, even worn on the front line, to the catwalk shows. If it’s not sneakers, it’s pointed toes, embellishments and ankle straps.
The other item that is de-rigeur is the cross body bag.
The shoulder strap is here to stay. Lately, I have seen the cross body accompanying the bucket bag and the tote. I like that idea; the essentials at hand and the rest by my side. Streamline, you say? I try but it’s impossible.
As someone who carries their life with them at all times, I’m in for a new crossbody bag.
This morning I have been perusing my favourites online at Nordstrom. It’s tough to edit down to a few looks and styles but I have been influenced by fashion week and the stylistas to update my flats and cross body bags.
This doesn’t mean for a moment that I’m giving up the heels or the handbag; just taking a small fashion detour… xv
In The Wardrobe À La Kate Moss
jimmy choo alina // **valentino rockstud double ankle strap // valentino ballerina rockstud // **phillip lim morgan sneaker
**valentino camera cross body // rockstud cross body // **chloe drew // alexander wang marion prisma // mark cross grace
never say never to a heel
**jimmy choo lapris pointy toe // ** jimmy choo lusion // dolce&gabbana lace mary jane pump *sigh*
image of kate moss’s wardrobe vogue.co.uk