Patent Kensington

Good Morning,

If you couldn’t already tell from my post on Tuesday, I’ve really got into bags over the last few years. Before that I was always more of a shoe girl but I’m now probably 50/50 and equally obsessed with both. 

Bags are a really important part of every outfit. They carry our most cherished possessions and can elevate a basic outfit to something eye catching. This patent Kensington bag kindly gifted by Kurt Geiger is one of my favourites at the moment. It’s a perfect size and shape, it has a really strong chain that can be worn over the shoulder or cross body and it has a beautiful patent finish which is really striking. I only have one other patent bag but I really love the finish, it looks and feels chic & luxurious. The contrasting quilting is another detail which is eye catching and a bit different from the norm. 

I already have 5 of the Kensington bags in my collection, all of which I purchased myself with my own money and without any discount or affiliation with the brand. When Kurt Geiger gifted this particular bag while working on a recent project,  I was absolutely over the moon and slightly overwhelmed. To have my content recognised after such a long time is really reassuring and makes all the hard work worthwhile. Having grown and developed over time to the point where brands I truly value want to work with me is something I’ll never take for granted. 

Anyway, I’ve styled with a navy tweed playsuit with silver hardware. I picked this up recently from Zara as I’ve been loving their tweed designs lately & they wear so well. The patent finish of the bag contrasts really well against the weaved texture of the tweed. The placing & direction of the zipped detail is really flattering as it draws your eyes down and in, creating a slimming illusion which is never a bad thing. 

Tweed Playsuit
Bag
Turtle Neck Top
Kurt Geiger Spectacular Boots
Tweed Playsuit
Bag
Turtle Neck Top
Kurt Geiger Spectacular Boots
Tweed Playsuit
Bag
Turtle Neck Top
Kurt Geiger Spectacular Boots

xo!

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