Every On-Trend Accessory You Need to Elevate Your At-Home Outfits
From necklaces and earrings to handbags and hairpieces, accessories are having a major moment. Whether you’re looking to amp up your athleisure or elevate your everyday tee, we’ve got every on-trend accessory you need to pull together all of your at-home outfits.
Stay-at-home fashion calls for statement earrings that can do it all. With tassels and a colorful stud, these beauties are a total conversation starter.
“With our new “normal” of video chats & working from home, statement earrings bring a touch of uniqueness, conversation, and happiness to any outfit.” — Becka, Merchant Assistant
Gold Pendant Necklace
Layer this necklace with a few others in varying lengths and complete your look with a simple tee. Bam—instant on-trend look.
“I’m a minimalist when it comes to accessories, but putting on my go-to gold necklace is an instant outfit-maker—no matter if it’s with a matching sweat set or a graphic tee.” — Lindsay, Copywriter
Make a scarf your go-to accessory for completing your waist-up look (hello, virtual conference calls). We’re really digging ones with pops of print and bold hues.
“Scarves have the ability to make basics look more expensive. Plus, they’re total style chameleons! You can tie them around your neck or even use them as a headband. What’s not to love?” — Samm, Content Director & Storyteller
We’re all for any trend where fashion-meets-function. This versatile belt bag is a no-brainer for hectic days where you need to be hands-free but long for a trendy ‘fit.
“As a mom, I love how this belt bag keeps my belongings close while allowing me to be hands-free to attend to my kids—especially with how crazy things have been lately!” — Joaneirys, Stylist
Pro tip: stock up on any and all hair accessories. These pretty clips bring your looks to life and keep second-day hair out of your face (thank goodness for dry shampoo). Win-win.
“Hair accessories are getting all of my love during this new norm. From headbands to clips, they instantly help me feel more put-together look for virtual meetings.” — Lindsey, Director of Marketing & Brand