Dripping in finesse – alice McCALL debuts its first-ever accessories line
If you’re a fan of dreamy, draping, ultra-feminine fashion, odds are you would be familiar with a little old brand called alice McCALL. Since 2004, this darling of the Australian sartorial scene has been turning heads all over the world with an instantly recognisable brand of intricate, detailed and straight-up beautiful design. Previously existing purely in the realm of clothing, the label has recently made its first foray into the wonderful world of accessories – and it’s every bit as magical as you would imagine.
The alice McCALL debut accessories collection is every bit as delightful as the brand’s previous output across apparel. A range of belts, bags and shoes have been released to complement the brand’s SS18 collection – if you didn’t catch the looks at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, think pastel tones, delicate lace detailing and eye-popping metallics for the vibe. You certainly wouldn’t guess that this is a first run into the accessories field – every piece is perfectly crafted and seamlessly slots into the signature alice McCALL aesthetic.
When it comes to the accessories offering, alice McCALL has gone all-out with this debut range. Belts featuring attached purses bring the street and sass, with thoughtful details like pearls keeping it feminine. The round bags are totally on-trend, tying in perfectly with the brand’s SS18 palette. It’s the shoes we’re really losing our marbles over – think over-the-knee lilac boots with diamante and gold detailing (or the slightly more practical ankle version), black lace boots with ruching and ruffles to spare, plus a pair of pointed-toe heels with a killer metallic detail. Oh, and the fine art of matching boots to bags is officially back, baby! The label has brought the notion into the modern world with true finesse by keeping it complementary and not corny.
Ready to step up your fashion game? You can get your hot little hands on the new range of alice McCALL accessories online or at select boutiques around Australia.