Shopping Picks in Womens Accessories
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Be a boho beauty in this gorgeous Copacabana Long Sleeve Embroidered Beach Cover Up. While I know you’ll love its lightweight, flowy fabrication and fashion-forward styling, it’s the embroidery that makes this tunic a real knockout.
Sunny vacations call for a wide-brim hat to cover sensitive areas like the ears and neck. I like the San Diego Women's Ultrabraid X Large Brim Hat for its UPF 50+ protection and adjustable sizing tie, not to mention its glam J-Lo style that’s just right for the beach!
Sunscreen can only last so long, so I recommend always having the Coolibar UPF 50+ Women's Sun Protective Wrap in your beach bag. It’s so versatile and chic, you can throw it on over your swimsuit or wear it to an afternoon lunch in the sun, knowing you’ll be protected from harmful UVA and UVB rays.
You’ve got enough boring old beach totes! Stand out from the crowd on your Spring Break getaway with the Deux Lux 'Resort Stripe Beach Tote. I’m loving the shimmering sequins that glam up the base of this roomy tote, with trend-right bold stripes completing the look.
Even the dreariest days can be a little brighter with the right accessory! The Galleria Floral Umbrella comes in an array of vibrant flower designs, plus I love that they have an auto open/close and that their fiberglass ribs are virtually unbreakable.
If you keep a Scala Women's Roll Up Rain Hat in your purse, you’ll always have protection on hand to make sure your ‘do stays dry. Besides being waterproof, this quilted beauty is also fleece-lined for extra warmth.
For those days when I have multiple people to keep dry all at once, I break out the Totes Super Dome Automatic Umbrella. Its ginormous 55-inch canopy opens and closes with the push of a button, so the whole gang can stay out of even the biggest monsoon.
Keeping cozy when you’re engaging in winter sports is an absolute must. The Terramar Women's Thermasilk Scoop Neck Top is the perfect soft and warm base layer of all-natural silk to help you maintain an even temperature. Plus, it has anti-microbial properties to resist odor build-up and is machine washable for easy care.
It’s no secret that layers are the best way to dress for a cold snap. I like to start with SmartWool pieces in everything from a tee and long johns to socks, because their Merino wool fabrication is so far superior to synthetics for keeping me warm and dry.
Here’s a must have for every woman: The Chilly Jilly Wrap is a lightweight shawl that comes in its own drawstring bag, so it fits conveniently in your purse. I particularly like it because of its wrinkle-free fabrication and always-chic black hue, so it pairs beautifully with any outfit, for any occasion.
Celebrate the spirit of the season with this adorable Fall Flowers Vintage-Style Apron. I think its vibrant hue, hand-applied decorative trim and charming details add a heady dose of fun to kitchen time.
Since smartphones, tablets and MP3 players are such huge parts of your everyday life, you’ve got to have accessories to keep up with your high-tech lifestyle. Agloves Touchscreen Gloves are unisex and have the lightweight warmth you look for, along with the ability to work with any and all touchscreen devices. I also think they’re a great gift idea!
It's not just for the girls anymore! More and more, I'm seeing a Lightweight Scarf on fashion-forward guys, and it's really no surprise why. This must-have for both genders brings an added dose of style to any outfit and serves as a smart layering piece during that transition from summer to fall.
I've written about hats that offer sun protection, but there's also clothing out there that offers protection for the rest of your body. This Coolibar UPF 50+ Women's Sun Protective Wrap is both beautiful and functional. The wrap features ZnO SUNTECT®, which embeds millions of tiny particles of zinc oxide into every fiber and cannot be washed or worn out for long-lasting sun protection. It's perfect for throwing on while watching the kids play... more
Anti-aging creams are all the rage these days in the quest to look young. But the only real way to prevent wrinkles, and most importantly, skin cancer, is to stay on top of your sun protection. That includes not only sunscreen, but also a proper hat to protect the top of your head and to shade your face. Before heading outside, put on one of these Outdoor Research Solar Roller Sun Hats for Women.... more
Aside from keeping your core warm, the second best thing you can wear for cold weather running is a warm hat. And like your other gear, it’s important that your accessories are streamlined so that you’re not weighed down. This selection of beanies by The North Face will trap in heat to keep your head and the rest of your body warm. The beanies fit snugly onto your head without any added bulk to... more
Sure, fall means pumpkins, fire pits, cider, and comfy sweaters, but we're just excited because it means that it's scarf season. Scarves are our go-to fashion accessories in the cooler months. They keep us warm, while also letting us express ourselves with beautiful colors and funky patterns. This selection of luxurious Pashmina Scarves offers all sorts of colors to play up your favorite fall outfit. They also make a great gift for the upcoming... more
Okay, we kind of have a weakness for scarves and probably have more scarves in our wardrobe than we do clothes. And true to form, our scarf addiction dictates that we simply must have this Bindya Geometric Scarf. The scarf features a bold geometric print on lightweight, soft jersey, which makes it the perfect scarf to wear on cool summer nights and on into crisp, cool fall days.
Surprise your grandma or favorite aunt this holiday season with one of these luxurious James Perse Cashmere Infinity Scarves. Made from 100 percent cashmere, the scarf is connected into a continuous loop so that she won't have to worry about it falling off her neck and losing it. Both beautiful and functional, the scarf even doubles as a hood to keep her head warm on those extra blustery days.
Military jackets ruled the Fall/Winter 2009 runways. The jackets that we saw were very structured, very fitted and featured button and piping embellishments on the chest, shoulders and sleeves. The great thing about this jacket is that you can achieve many different looks, from rocker chic to feminine to bohemian. We prefer to pair our military jacket with a pair of skinny jeans and boots before heading out on the town.