The Handbag Everyone Will Be Carrying This Season

Hey everyone, I’m so excited that tomorrow is the first day of March because that means spring is near and I can start wearing wedges and florals again. Today I’m sharing the wedges you’re going to need this spring and the latest handbag trend that is all the rage right now.

The Vince Camuto Leera espadrille sandals are the perfect wedges for spring because they come in tons of colors and the heel is only 3.25 inches so they aren’t too high, which means they’re comfortable for all day wear. They look precious with this ruffled floral skirt and they look also look great with cutoff shorts and t-shirt too. These wedges are super easy for dressing up and down. I always like to make sure I have neutral colored wedge so I chose tan, but I also like the blush, coral and leopard print too. Which color do you like best in the Vince Camuto Leera espadrille sandals?

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The clear boxy tote is the handbag that everyone will be carrying this season. We started seeing the trend more in 2018, but it will be huge for 2019. I especially love this mini pink embossed tote and this large white one by Vince Camuto. They instantly make your outfit look more chic and stylish. Plus it’s fresh look for spring and summer. You’ll also be seeing a little of clear sandal straps too.

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Outfit: Similar Skirt | Similar Bodysuit here & here | Leera Wedges & Clear Tote c/o Vince Camuto

Jewelry: Bracha Initial Pendant Necklace | Diane Gold Earrings in Ivory PearlSavannah Demi Hinge Cuff | Catalina Hinge Bangle Byzantine Demi Hinge Cuff

| Shop This Look |

Outfit: Similar Skirt | Similar Bodysuit here & here | Leera Wedges & Clear Tote c/o Vince Camuto

Jewelry: Bracha Initial Pendant Necklace | Diane Gold Earrings in Ivory PearlSavannah Demi Hinge Cuff | Catalina Hinge Bangle Byzantine Demi Hinge Cuff

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