Essential Summer Accessories

Who’s ready for some more summer inspo?! Now you gals know we’re all about that beach life and those summer vibes so what better way to slay this season than with some seriously chic accessories! From head to toe we’ve got you Chicas covered. Here’s our top 5 summer accessory must haves...

1. Her Hair is Full of Secrets

Girl, your hair is one of the best accessories you have – use it!  Tousled waves, fishtail braids or a messy bun are the perfect way to achieve an effortless beach babe vibe. Keep it simple or add some pretty hair beads to add a boho look.

2. Oh So Chic

What says glam better than an over-sized floppy hat (erm nothing, obvs). With serious French Riviera vibes, we are obsessed with summer hats. Wear with beaut beach waves or a loosely tied low bun for a stylish and chic look. Trust us gals, all eyes will be on you!

3. Diamonds are a gals BF


No outfit is EVER complete without a necklace. Us gals are upping the game this summer and LOVING chokers! If a boho hippy style is your vibe, go for something quite quirky and pretty. Or if you’re like us, go for something chic and glam. Our Diamante Choker will be your new BFF. >> Click here to view.

4. Sassy Girl and a Beautiful Bag 

One of a gals FAVE accessories ever has to be a bag. Whether you’re taking it to the beach, strutting the streets of Chelsea of just having a chilled day out – a bag is ALWAYS essential. This summer we’re all about over-sized straw bags. We like to wear ours with jeans and a tee during the day or if we’re on vacay, with a cute printed bikini! They are just incredible and let’s face it, super instagrammable!

5. Strutting in Sliders 

Who else is LOVING sliders gals? We know we’re obsessed! So comfy and easy to wear, one pair just isn’t enough! For a daytime look we like to go for something chic and fun, OBVS have to be fluffy. But when poolside we like to team our bikini with a more sporty vibe! Sliders are a fab alternative to flip flops and are super on trend - we know you gals will love them.

Written By Lizzie Robinson