Hi guys! As promised yesterday, here's a round-up of all the gorgeous goods I wish I would have been able to take home with me from the vendors at Urban Craft Uprising. There are a lot of amazingly pretty and unique accessories on this list!
How gorgeous is this bag? The fabric, the leather, the shape, everything!
I've been really interested in geometric shapes lately, and love the way the colors of this lovely enamel necklace give it a lot of extra personality.
These pretties are perfect to put in your favorite boots when you're not wearing them. Not only do they help them keep their shape, but they make a gorgeous display. Phyllis was also showing some amazing felt clutches in this peacock pattern at Urban Craft Uprising and I'm really hoping they will make an appearance on her website soon!
I already took home a gorgeous tiny pocket knife necklace from Snash Jewelry, but was so sad to leave this darling necklace behind. I love all the little people and am amazed at the detail on this fun little piece of jewelry.
Ya know how sometimes you see a tote bag and think "I could totally make that myself"? This is NOT one of those times! This print is gorgeously intricate and the addition of the leather straps makes this tote a lot fancier- perfect to use as a handbag!
Oh, Bird of Virtue, your jewelry just gets me all a-flutter. This necklace is just amazing. I love the combination of the woods, and the gold metallic sunburst action is over-the-top pretty! I can't get enough!
I know it's a little bit of a stretch as an accessory, but a nice scent kinda counts as an accessory, right? I love the amazing aroma of this dryer sheet liquid. I've never used dryer sheets before since I have such bad fragrance allergies, but since these are made only with essential oils my clothes can smell like a dream without the nasty side effects!
I hope you enjoyed checking out all these amazing accessories!
What are you wishing for this week?
Til next time!
P.S. I strayed a bit from my usual wishlist format on this post. What do you guys think? Are you fans of this format or do you like to see everything clustered together? I kind feel like there might be a time and a place for both?