7 Accessories That Fashion Insiders Are Getting Rid of RN – Who What Wear

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If you’re anything like me, you tend to hoard accessories, sliding them into far too small spaces in your closet before eventually letting them take over your entire apartment—and no, I’m not being dramatic. In my apartment, there are bags on every doorknob, stacked shoe boxes acting as tables, and jewelry in countless bowls and glasses. But since it’s finally started to feel like spring in NYC, I’ve decided that I can’t reasonably live like this anymore. Something simply has to be done. But first, I need some assistance.

Since I’m far too close to my sartorial companions, I’ve called on a few of my fashion friends to prepare me for which accessories are ready to be recycled and which are here to stay. (Of course, now I’m on the lookout for all of their covetable replacements, but that’s an issue for another day.) Below, find out which accessories fashion insiders from around the industry are saying goodbye to (I’m looking at you, pillow bags and dainty chain necklaces) and hello to in 2022.

“I know everyone is still pretty into the baguette shoulder bags that are reminiscent of styles from the 2000s, but the trend has definitely peaked. With the industry’s ongoing penchant for all things Y2K, it feels like an obvious choice, especially when there are other shapes from the era that deserve a little love. Instead, I’ve been gravitating toward hobo bags, like Bottega Veneta’s Teen Jodie. An updated take on a classic design, its slouchy silhouette is the epitome of early-aughts style.”

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