Monday, 25 June 2007

Going for gold

Sparkly, shiny fashion is in. Metallic outfits can make you look like a Christmas turkey, waiting to be basted, or else you can end up looking like Bet Lynch or Marlene from Only Fools and Horses. I think it's better to stick to metallic accessories or perhaps a more tasteful, toned down metallic dress or top.

Ethical fashion is not behind the times and metallics have made their way into some ethical brands and accessories, so today I am going for gold! Below you will find a selection of gold fashion items and accessories to leave you looking stylish, tasteful and right on trend.

To start you off, on the left we have the Maxi handbag - Chardonnay by designer Sarah Donegan, handcrafted with vintage textiles and trims, sold by Green Apple for £140.

Amelia Shoe - made from distressed gold pleather with brogue detail - £45, Bourgeois Bohème.

Glam Gold Belt - with silver studs and large diamante detail - cut from £18 to £10, Bourgeois Bohème.

Fifi Bijoux Angel Pendant - made in the UK by Master Goldsmiths, using only ethically mined 9 carat gold and gemstones, no use of cyanide, mercury or arsenic - £164, Adili.

Velvet Scarf - Petrol/Chocolate/Sand - 40% Polyester, 50% Viscose and 10% Polyamide - £16.50, Bourgeois Bohème.

Kylie Gold - sequenced gold upper with cute bow detail - £38, Bourgeois Bohème.

From Somewhere Bell Shaped Skirt
- made from reclaimed cotton, silk and linen - £150, Equa Clothing.

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