30 Jan Dream away..!
Close your eyes and dream away. Imagine you go back in time, to a very romantic city. Somewhere in Paris, Venice, Carmel, San Sebastian or Prague. Some place where you experienced extreme happiness; away from all your sorrows and stress. A happy place, most likely a beautiful one with bright colours and many smiling faces. Sunrise or sunset, beach or on top of a snowy mountain, with friends or somewhere it was just you. For me this happy place is together with my fiancé in Marrakesh, specifically this day when we just arrived and visited La Mamounia, dressed in this beautiful white dress which I finished with the perfect accessories like this shoulder bag, belt and jewellery.
By LouLou purses
The accessories I wear are by By LouLou, a Dutch label that is inspired on the vibes in the fifties in Paris. For that reason each bags has been enriched with the Eiffel tour-charm. The first – very successful – design of this accessory label was the Smart Little Bag, which is both a wallet – ideal to carry in your bag during daytime – and a clutch – perfect for a night out. Today they expanded their collection and many designs have been added like several handbags, shoppers and clutches. Each of the bags are made of (exotic) leather and include a little mirror, perfect for fashionable women. If you look at the pictures you will see that I carry a clutch (a little bit bigger that the SLB) which also is ‘smart’ as it comes with a removable shoulder strap to enable you to wear it as a shoulder bag as well. Because of the neutral sand color and exotic anaconda print, it is very easy to combine. As you know, I love to match my accessories and for that reason I am very excited that By LouLou also has similar belts in its collection.
Besides the great selection of purses, By LouLou also has an elegant and timeless jewellery collection. Street chic is what they like to call it and I think that would just cover its style. The pieces are affordable and each of the jewels have a bead in the form of a Love Lock as you might recognise from the Pont des Arts in Paris.