IN LOVE...WITH AFRICAN BASKETS

 

 

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JEANS: Parker Smith Here, more options Here Here and Here/ TOP: J.Crew Here / SUNGLASSESHere Here and Here/ CARDIGAN: Land's End, similar options Here and Here / SHOESHere more colors Here and Here / BASKET BAG: Baba Tree Here / BELT: Gucci Here more options Here and Here 

 

 

 

 

 

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From one bold look to another. This outfit is not necessarily colorful but the accessories are, in particular, this "bag". And again I bring to your attention a multipurpose piece. This African handmade basket is mostly used for home decor... Well, not me, it is too good to keep it just inside! When I see baskets like these, I get very excited. First, because I get to spread the word about more creative waivers, this time from Ghana Africa, and second because I am always about finding unique garments, accessories in order to have a more distinctive style... Well, you decide if this is going to be your next summer basket, I know it will be mine. Baba Tree Company is where I got this basket from and if you want to be amazed by how many color combinations, patterns and sizes the waivers from Ghana create, visit their shop Here and let me know your thoughts.

 

 

 

  • Natali

    Your sense of style is incredible! Love this retro and elegant outfit!

    http://lartoffashion.com

  • Deb

    That basket!!!! Heading to Baba Tree website immediately! 😃