You’ve heard me rave about Sarah Flint many times before. And that’s no accident. As someone who identifies strongly with classic style, Sarah Flint’s shoes and accessories are absolute mainstays in my closet. Especially in a world that prioritizes trends and a constant state of closet clean-outs, I find myself really drawn to those pieces that tell you you’ll wear them forever. And mean it.
Right now, I’m focused on two Sarah Flint spring essentials to wear now. Well into summer, and pretty much every season that follows after that. I’m speaking specifically about Sarah Flint’s Natalie flat (worn here in Sand Calf). And the brand’s Hidden Garden scarf in Chestnut Silk. They’re two essential, timeless pieces to invest in now, and treasure forever.
First, the shoes.
In addition to the fact that they just happen to be a Meghan Markle favorite, they’re also a flawless pointed toe flat that are immensely comfortable and supportive. Of course, it also helps that they can be worn with virtually anything in your wardrobe that isn’t like… a ballgown. (Not that we’re wearing ballgowns these days anyway… although I have considered it. Just for grins.) These flats are handmade in Italy of the highest quality Italian leather. They come in eight colorways to give your closet even more versatility. You may recall me wearing them in cognac brown (seen here). And classic black (seen here). Sand Calf is my favorite neutral shade for spring. Although the Red Calf option is also calling my name.
Now let’s talk about the other Sarah Flint headliner:
This gorgeous silk scarf. You never regret a quality silk scarf investment. They really are treasures that you’re always happy to see neatly tucked in a drawer, ready for use. And by use, I mean in any number of about 100 ways a silk scarf can be worn. I love this spring-worthy print in the larger size option. It can be worn in a classic tie or bandana style, but also as a shawl, too. Going forward, I know I’ll be sporting it tied in my hair and on my handbag as well. So many opportunities to use a scarf like this to spruce up a simple look. I highly recommend checking out the breathtaking blue colorway as well.
There’s something uplifting about spring style. I think that every year, but especially this spring when I’m drawn to classics and comforts more than ever. If your trusted favorites need an upgrade, I have an idea or two. Cheers to the many brighter days ahead!
Thanks to Sarah Flint for partnering on this post!