This Alice Yardley green and white suede handle bag is styled with this vibrant orange silk taffeta dress by NOT. The mixing of two secondary colors as well as two contrasting materials creates an eye-catching look.
The three layered Alice Yardley suede clutches pictured here draw the eye up the arm and elongate the body with the vibrant colors. The geometry of the layered handbags adds structure to this softer and more casual look.
An Alice Yardley clutch was the perfect addition to this formal Oxygene dress. In this look, the handbag matches the garment and adds to the monochromatic lavender look. Both labels worn here are sustainable brands.
Flying Solo’s NYFW show was divided into 4 parts with a red carpet reception for designers in between the shows. Flying Solo did not scale down either and showcased 63 designers from 14 countries, which made it once again the biggest showcase of fashion brands at NYFW.
"Embrace this spring's color-block trend with modern art-inspired pieces that square with a range of looks. Portlander Alice Yardley uses scraps from local upholstery shows to stitch her two-tone leather clutches." -March/April 2020