I’m a big fan of Kate Hudson. From Almost Famous to How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days to the upcoming Zach Braff film Wish I Was Here, I love her in each role. (I’ll even admit to loving her in Something Borrowed!)
Hudson stars in Zach Braff’s latest film Wish I Was Here and she’s fantastic in it. SOOO good. I strongly suggest you run out to see that movie when it comes out this week. Yes, you should see it opening weekend. It’s THAT good.
At the New York premiere of the movie last night, Hudson wore a stunning black Michael Kors gown. It’s absolutely gorgeous and she looks amazing. I love the cut, the sequins, everything. Love her hair and makeup too.
Images via BIAF
As everyone knows, I love ‘Newsroom,’ Olivia Munn, and Michael Kors — so the combo of the brunette star wearing the designer dress to a ‘Late Night With David Letterman’ taping to discuss ‘Newsroom‘ almost blew my mind. Here are some photos of the gorgeous — GORGEOUS — dress. Love the ‘So Kate’ Louboutin heels too.
I’m looking for a new handbag. Something cute, bright and fun for summer. Maybe yellow or something equally as bright. (I know, I know, I’m known for my love of all things black, but it’s time to lighten up!)
Since it’s my first foray into color, I’d like to keep the spending under $600. Also, Nick would kill me if I hovered into Chanel territory again so soon. Here are some cute options I’ve found:
Marc by Marc Jacobs Karlie Leather Clutch
I am usually not a Marc Jacobs kinda gal. His cuts and prints are SO not me. But this little clutch might be the perfect mini-step into the world of bright purses. Plus, I’m a hardware fanatic, and the detail here is Tracey-approved. ($250, net-a-porter.com)
Jimmy Choo Tilda Patent Tote
Okay, okay, so this isn’t under $600. But I love the color and patent leather so much that I had to throw it in. I’ve always been a big fan of Jimmy Choo handbags but for some reason have never pulled the trigger. This might be a fun first dip into the Choo pool. ($950, neimanmarcus.com)
Prada Striped Canvas Clutch
How cute is this? It feels so ’80s preppy. I love the stripes, the colors and the shape. ($595, saksfifthavenue.com)
Kate Spade Chrystie Street Large Anisha
Kate Spade Flicker Bon Shopper
Yikes! Much like Marc Jacobs, I’m usually not a Kate Spade person. But when it comes to color, she really knows what she’s doing. I couldn’t decide these two so I decided to post both.
Top handle bags are big trend for Spring and this one is such a fun color. At $445, it’s a good price a fun, new bag. ($495, katespade.com)
Love the yellow. Simple, bright, fun, affordable—perfect for the beach. ($225, katespade.com)
Foley + Corinna Mid City Tote in Poppy
I love the shape of this bag. I love that you can carry it by the handles or fold it over and wear as a shoulder bag with its cute detachable strap. I almost bought this last month in black (surprise!) but perhaps this shade would be more fun for summer. ($395, shopbop.com)
Michael Kors Gia Flap Leather Shoulder Bag
Clearly I’m leaning towards yellow based on the number of yellow bags I’ve featured in this post and while this isn’t my favorite yellow one in the bunch, I think it’s really cute. It’s perfect if you have an office job and need a bag with clean lines. The hardware is nice too. ($595, saksfifthavenue.com)
Unrelated sidenote: I’m loving the bags in the Victoria Beckham line. Very sharp lines and pretty handles. But, if I’m going to drop between $2,600 and $4,500 on a bag, it’s probably not going to be on a VB bag….
As you all know, I’m a bag person — I absolutely love love love handbags. And it’s about time for me to invest in my next one. While doing a little browsing, I came across these two pretty — but very different — bags. Here’s a quick look:
This Stella Mccartney is pretty cool. The color is so versatile and the detail on the straps and around the bag is so pretty. It seems like the perfect weight for Fall/Winter.
I love the pleated leather on this bag… and while I usually prefer silver hardware, I really like the gold on this. This seems great for quick trips to the mall, a casual night out or with a black sheath dress for work.
What do you think? Do you like them?