Feeling Fancy - Our Winter 19 Vintage Edit
As the temperatures drop and twilight arrives a little earlier each day, we’re reminded that winter is almost upon us…
And with a new season just around the corner, what better time than now to pick your favourites from our new vintage edit?
Feeling Fancy focusses on those classic vintage beauties that Love and Object is known for – fabulous, decadent essentials that will take you from morning until night with ease.
Now, more than ever, the rules are changing around head-turning accessories. No longer must we keep our gilded evening bags hidden until after 5pm - a gold hard-case purse or a structured silk black pouch looks equally as stunning (and sometimes more so) with a pair of jeans and a sweater, as they do with a suit or a cocktail dress; the same goes for a beautifully embellished belt.
The Dynasty Belt (above) is a personal favourite of our founder and buyer, Constance, who sourced this season’s edit largely from Florence and New York. Wear over a sharp blazer or simply sling through your favourite pair of jeans.
Or carry our Fifth Ave Bag (below) from your workday to Sunday brunch with the ladies; it will be your perfect companion.
There is nothing more unique than a piece of vintage that can't be bought again online or on the high street.
So whether you’re looking to glam up your weekend attire, or have a special event on the horizon, look no further than our latest offering for a dreamy new object to covet.
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