What’s in your shopping bag?
Looking for that perfect New Year’s Eve outfit? It seems we always are. So this week we did a little shopping … and were psyched when the chic staff at Intermix agreed to fill our bag with what they say will be the hottest look for ringing in 2019. Happy New Year!
1.) Think head-to-toe when you shopping for the perfect outfit: Dress, jacket, necklace, handbag, shoes. You’re going to need it all if you want to make a statement.
2.) The Okhtein Rodhawk Leather Belt Bag hits the mark as belt bags are all the rage these days. This one steps it up for a night out with gilded studs that “punctuate the belt of this leather bag for a streetwear-chic finish.”
3.) So Santa didn’t bring you the jewelry you wanted for Christmas? Fear not. Our local Intermix boutique has an eye-popping selection of necklaces, earrings and more to top off your look. Designers include: Argentino Vivo, Zoe Chicco, Nickho Rey and others.
4.) Every woman loves a good shoe. Really, we do. And we have to say we were a bit surprised by this choice paired with a couture dress and fine accessories. But it works, especially with the belt bag, because Valentino Garavani Rockstud Bodytech Ankle Booties, where “gold-tone pyramid studs trace the contrasting overlay of these sock booties.” A perfect mountain-town style combo.
If the Intermix look isn’t yours, here are a few of our local faves for retail therapy:
• Free People
• Aspen Sports
• Pitkin County Dry Goods
• Susie’s Consignment
• Sugar Sweet
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