I spotted this clutch on the blog Coco + Kelley, written by fellow Gonzaga Alum and style maven, Cass Lavalle. It’s so shiny and chic. I would carry it to cocktail parties, weddings and formal events and then, display it on my dresser the rest of the time.
Looking for a less expensive way to sparkle? Tasha also makes a sparkly gold clutch for $78. This foldover clutch with raffia and silver has a great mix of textures. And this McQueen-reminiscent clutch from LuLu Townsend is just $39.
But my absolute favorite if this Kate Landry box clutch with a black clasp and a melange of large rhinestones. Very old Hollywood. It’s $95.
Want metallic but no sparkle? This gold envelope clutch from Chico’s is $35 (so much style for the price), and
this silver frame clutch is really sleek.
It’s been awhile since I’ve featured a champagne cocktail, but this drink from The Domestic Mixologist is perfect for drinks with the girls on a random Friday or a bridal/baby shower. It combines blood orange bitters, a sugar cube and a sliver of orange peel for a citrusy libation that could easily sub-in for a mimosa at brunch.