Thank you so much to Patricia Nash Designs for sponsoring today’s post. While I was compensated, as always, all thoughts and opinions are genuine and my own.
Hello all! Coming to you live from Bali!
If you ask me, it’s time to queue all the fabulous Spring accessories. Bye, Winter!
Like Springs and Summers of the past, one accessory I cannot live without is a good, go-with-everything straw bag. Before heading off to Bali this month, I knew I had to get my hands on this stunning Patricia Nash Lucena satchel.
The leather, hand stitched top handle and accompanying cross-body strap made it the perfect satchel to carry with me all throughout Bali. And, I apologize in advance for the repeat styling over the next several months. It’s really is a go-to bag this season! The rich cognac brown color pairs perfectly with everything in my closet this upcoming Spring.
I feel in love with Patricia Nash last Fall when I discovered her stunning Pisticci bag on Instagram. Not to mention, I love the story behind the brand, as well.
Patricia Nash is first and foremost a brand inspired by discovery. Born out of her love of uncovering new places (we have that in common! 😊), Patricia’s designs are forged from her travels across the globe.
Her pieces are made with such quality and precision. The brand at its core isn’t about the products, but the people who wear them. It’s truly inspiring. When you wear her pieces, you feel her rich travels and experiences, too.
There are so many of her pieces from the Spring collection I am in love with. We’re sharing a few of our favorites from Dillard’s below. How cute is this belted bag? I am literally obsessed!
And, if you’re traveling soon, definitely get your hands on the Avola Trolley (also comes in black). I received so many compliments traveling to Bali with this bag. I can almost guarantee you you’ll have this bag (and any others) in your collection for years to come!
Also, if you want to learn more, see their recent feature in Forbes Magazine!
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Which Patricia Nash piece is your favorite?