Reformation Adds An Accessories Line
Reformation just made us the ultimate Christmas gift. After years of only selling completely sustainable clothing pieces, without forgetting to wrap them in recyclable packaging too, Reformation has finally added a fancy accessories line to the company, and the items, unsurprisingly, are already sold-out!
With prices that range from $35 to more than $400, the Reformation accessories might not be the cheapest fashion pieces there, that’s true, but each one of the items available could be rightly considered as a unique statement piece, or also as a friendly reminder that we definitely get what we pay for. There’s moreover a lot of variety in Reformation’s accessories line, which basically consists of anything you ever wished to get to spice up your daily looks, from belts to scarves to sunglasses to all types of bags.
Like the brand’s clothing pieces, Reformation’s accessories are all high quality pieces, which have been carefully selected from sustainable brands such as Otaat Myers, Kayu, Monserat De Lucca, Janessa Leone (whose piece are mainly handmade), and Illesteva. Such pieces just complete any Reformation outfit, and are just the perfect self-gifts (which don’t require any special occasion. It’s always time to celebrate and pamper yourself!).
As one of Reformation’s press representatives told Racked, “all brands of accessories are eco-friendly, and aligned with Reformation’s sustainability initiatives,” confirming that buying them means treating both ourselves and the environment right. They are also aligned with Reformation’s contemporary and dreamy looks, keeping up with the company’s famous vintage appeal.
If you want to get 2016 off to a good start, investing in one of Reformation’s must-have accessories might be the right decision. For instance, you may want to consider buying one of Janessa Leone’s clay hats, or maybe a pair of Illesteva Palm Beach Tortoise Sunglasses, or why not one of Dora Alpaca’s scarves? For really unique pieces, however, we recommend checking out the purse section, as it features one-of-a-kind box clutches and fringed mini bags in suede that will make any outfit look effortlessly urban-chic.
Then, if you are looking for the ultimate handbag, which features both vintage and contemporary vibes, the Future Glory’s Rockwell Mini Bag made from horween vegetable tanned leather is just the right choice. Just make sure to hurry up because things are literally selling out on the store.
Apparently, French berets made from 100% wool By Le Beret Francais are the consumers’ favorites, with only a very few colors left available. Dora’s Alpaca scarves seem to be following a similar path, so if you are waiting for 2016 to do some shopping, we really recommend to start obsessively checking Reformation’s website right now to make sure your preferred items are not gone out of stock yet.
Reformation’s desire has always been to “lead and inspire a sustainable way to be fashionable,” and its new accessories line ultimately proves it, being just the cherry on top!
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