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The best shoes and accessories to invest in

From bags to sunnies, these additions to your wardrobe will get the wear they deserve.

By Sacha Dance

Words: Sacha Dance; Images: Supplied

An outfit is not complete without the right shoes and accessories to go with it: the trick is finding statement pieces that make any look pop while still remaining flexible enough to pair with a variety of staples in your wardrobe. 

We’ve rounded up some of our favourites from Converse, Palladium, Salvatore Ferragamo and more to help get you started.


This fun cap from Salvatore Ferragamo at Browns Fashion is the perfect statement accessory, with neutral colours that make it a timeless staple for any season.


From minimalistic decor to fashion, neutral tones continues to dominate (you can thank Kanye later for that one), and this Y-3 at Matches Fashion is the ideal investment to compliment any outfit.


As it begins to get colder the and hats begin to reappear, it’s time to up your beanie game: H&M have a range of affordable beanies to get you prepared for the autumn months ahead.


Comprised of classic aviator styles and retro-inspired sunnies, Ted Baker’s eye-catching eyewear range will add instant appeal to your look.


Made in England, the Scott loafers are beautifully crafted from Italian leather and suede. The upper side is washable; designed to be wiped down to remove any marks or dirt. Built on a flexible, non-marking sole and lined in comfortable leather, this Scott loafer is as perfect for dashoin around town as it is for louging at home or in the park.


SIDE BAG – £47

This limited edition Converse x paria /FARZANEH cross body bag really is a bag for life.



A cult classic from the Palladium archives; remixed, revamped and retooled for urban adventure. The chunky sneakerboot silhouette brings a tall and bold look to the scene with a futuristic mix of fabrics and textures. By reclaiming off-cuts of fabric that were destined for the trash and combining them with recycled sole construction, Palladium are rejecting fashion throwaway culture to create a stylish and colourful shoe that signifies a better way of thinking, living and adapting.