Spring accessories will inject a little life back into your wardrobe. From new season shoes and statement clutches to gorgeous jewellery and hats, boosting your fashion credentials has never been easier.
Spring accessories can inject a little life back in your wardrobe if you’re finding it a bit lacklustre this January. The grey wintery months can make your outfits feel limited and boring, but a new bag or pair of shoes can freshen things right back up.
If you’re fed up with layering up with “sensible” clothes for the winter months, why not mix things up with some brights and prints. Throw on your usual weekend look, maybe jeans and a sweater, with a pair of Whistles sneakers in SS14’s favourite colour combination: monochrome. Or update your work look with a fun new floral Marc Jacobs rucksack.
Take a look at our Marie Claire Spring Accessories Edit for a piece that will brighten up your January for years...
Think your outfit is looking a little lacklustre? Throw on some stand-out Sophia Webster heels and you'll be good to go...
We love this arty-looking Asos clutch bag and, for only £35, what's to stop you popping it in your basket?
The only colour combo hotter than black and white? Black, white and RED.
Red flooded the catwalks at MaxMara and Fendi. Team these slinky Reiss strap sandals with a bold block-colour look.
Box clutches were everywhere at SS14 fashion weeks and the neoprene of this Zara one gives it an edge.
Give your shoe collection a ramp up with this statement pair of Whistles high tops.
Loving the Kenzo tiger but don't fancy a statement sweatshirt? Bling up with this gold-plated ring.
Get excited for spring with this gorgeous floral Marc Jacobs rucksack. Perfect if your New Year's resolution is cycling to work.
Have fun with accessories, like this playful Lulu Guinness lip clutch. And we love the fact it's perspex too.
We were coveting the Marc Jacobs cord bracelet and this chic little & Other Stories one is a mere fraction of the price.
Kenzo has been having one hell of a good time. After the success of its tiger jumpers, it's gone from strength to strength - and we think these slippers are another winner.
Trainers are still more than accepted at non-sporting occasions, expected even, and New Balance are still a firm favourite amongst fashionistas.
This Kenzo clutch makes us wish we were on holiday, now.
These Carat drop earrings are almost eye-wateringly beautiful.
"Ugly" - meaning chunky with generous amounts of shine and bling - shoes are a big SS14 trend. These H&M ones have more than a hint of last season's infamous Marni sandals and for under £30.
Work the tribal trend with this bucket bag by new designer Sophie Anderson.
Tablet cases don't have to be boring, go for one with a serious colour pop like this Oasis pink number.
Toughen up your party look with this studded Zara clutch.
Monochrome was arguably the biggest trend at the SS14 fashion weeks. Work it into your shoe collection with these gorgeous Whistles sneakers.
Don't fancy a blinging statement necklace? Go for something beaded like this Miss Selfridge beauty for a traveller chic look.
Metallics and skins were huge trends on the SS14 catwalks. Tick off both with this fabulous Whistles pouch.
Can't actually go travelling? Then work a youthful traveller look in fun colours and tapestry accessories like this Topshop bag.
Trainers are still having a huge revival, and Nike is at the helm with its huge range of varying colours, fabrics and styles.
Valentino jazzed up its bags with tassels this season. Work the 'worldwide traveller' trend with this suede Topshop one.
Fed up of cutesy florals? A fun wear to wear them is applique or on your feet like with these Jeffrey Campbell slip-ons.
This Toast satchel is totally gorgeous. Bring it up to date by holding it through the handle and underneath the buckles.
Thankfully, flats are still having a big moment and we like sneakers in particular. This Office pair is sure to go with everything, and it's got a suitably chunky sole too.
This neon beaded Coast clutch looks far pricier than £45.
Clutches were clutched around the base and through the handle on the SS14 catwalks, so this Topshop one is perfect.
Give a dinner look a seriously glamorous edy with these Carat cluster earrings - and we're particularly loving the yellow-toned stones.
Slippers are still one of our firm favourite in the shoe department and these delicately detailed Reiss one in particular.
We are loving monochrome right now. This Zara clutch is the perfect balance of classic and edgy.
White totes don't need to be boring, or even fabric. This Kenzo tote is as low-maintenence but a lot more chic.
This American Apparel envelope bag is sure to give even the most simple outfits a serious edge.
Bling is in, and if Marc Jacobs sequins aren't for you then try a flashy clutch.
We covet pretty much all of Nicholas Kirkwood's flats, but these colbalt beauties are maybe top of the list.
Whether you like this Kotur clutch for its holographic shimmer or because it's a chic box bag, we're with you.
Play with the sheer trend with fun plastic shoppers like this Topshop beauty.
Fancy something different from your classic wide-brimmed hat this spring? Try a wool cap - this H&M one does not (we repeat, not) have the same effect as the classic cap, and it has some tres chic applique flowers.
This playful Givenchy clutch will inject some fun into any outfit.
These Jigsaw boots are a real classic. Not only will they last for seasons but they won't detract attention from your statement pieces.
Have some fun with flashy metallic accessories like this Coast clutch this season.
Everyone loves spikey ear cuffs right now but if that isn't your thing, go for a more sophisticated fan earring.
We love new designer Florence Bridge's hair clutch bag.
Work this retro-look H&M backpack into your spring wardrobe and your DKNY-inspired sports looks.
Love flats, love sheer... What's not to love about these fabulous MM6 Maison Martin Margiela sneakers?
Work a laidback sporty look with this French Connection tote, or lighten up your all-black looks.
Applique flowers? Very SS14. Work the trend with this pretty Burberry Prorsum clutch.
Channel a SS14 tribal traveller look with this adorable Aztec-patterned clutch.
Go tribal for SS14 with this fabulously tasseled croc print clutch.
The best way to wear denim is with more denim so this patchwork Topshop bag has it bang on.
Add a colour pop Sophie Hulme belt to a monochrome look.
Everyone loves eyes right now, thanks to Kenzo, and this charm ring is fabulous. Layer up with other rings for a stand-out look.
Go for an edgy sports luxe look with this Topshop mesh duffle bag.
Metallics and sheer fabrics are both big looks right now, and this ethereal-look hologram clutch from American Apparel nails both trends.
Ramp up a classic tote with some snakeskin, like this H&M one - for under £30.
Not got a wide-brimmed hat in your collection? Get one quick to guard your hair from the January rain and add a classic edge to any outfit.
Have you ever seen anything like it? Us neither. A real snail shell with a gorgeous gold body and chain... We can't decide if it's kind of cute or kind of gross but we do know we love it.
The way to make a normal evening outfit totally incredible: These Stephen Webster drop earrings. They will make you feel seriously old school glamorous and they'd never go out of fashion.
We love this cute & Other Stories ring. And at £9, it would make the perfect gift (...for yourself).