A Spanish Night!


A Spanish Night!


A few weeks ago I was invited to the big birthday party of my friend who is living in San Francisco with her family. She is originally from Spain and had organised an amazing garden feast in the opportune theme, ‘A Spanish night‘! The entire party was set up with a lot of attention for detail as there was sangria, Spanish tapas and a big bowl of paella! And as she is a true Spanish lady, she was also dressed in a super elegant way. But besides her look, she was also wearing a very special bracelet… At least, that was what I thought it was…


Celina Martin Bags

Because that bracelet appeared to be a very unique and stylish bag. Celina Martin is the designer of this purse with all the conveniences of a bracelet. It is a very glamorous handbag and will bring any outfit to a higher level. Besides the fact that it is an amazing looking accessory, it is also very practical as your hands remain free. Celina started back in Madrid as a fashion designer and had her own successful boutique. After she moved to San Francisco, she decided to continue her passion for design and started this incredible accessory label. Each of the bags are fully lined with organic cotton and they are all designed and made locally in San Francisco. I find this bag with the big rose absolutely stunning and it is actually one of the most exclusive pieces I have shown you on this blog so far. And what do you think of my suit by Dezzal? I absolutely love these pants and asymmetric shirt, super elegant and very comfortable in wearing.


Wouldn’t you want to carry such an amazing bracelet bag that I’m wearing? You can shop them online or at the pop up party on Saturday from 3-8pm at FL!PP on 1400 Green Street in San Francisco.


Get the look: Celina Martin Bag, Dezzal Asymmetric white shirt and black narrow feet pants, Unisa BootsOversized Sunglasses and nail polish by Caption


Hope you enjoyed this article! Xx Susanne – 

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