I’m so happy that it’s finally starting to warm up in Memphis, and we’ve partnered with some of our favorite local influencers to highlight Spring styles and trends from a few of our Saddle Creek retailers to help you get through the season in style.

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

The past few months have been rough, but now that the weather is pleasant and patio season is back, it feels good to be able to get dressed and (safely) hang out with family and friends.

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Refreshing your wardrobe for Spring is a must, and I don’t know about you, but we’ve been itching to update our closets with some new pieces for the season. While you don’t have to build a capsule wardrobe, I do believe that investing in pieces that are versatile and that you can get a lot of wear out of is so important, especially for Spring.

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Flirty little dresses are always a must! Perfect for date night or brunchin’ with your girlfriends!

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Don’t forget a neutral tote to carry all of your essentials!

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Every guy needs an elevated jogger set. This French Terry set has a soft, cozy feel that’s perfect for all seasons.

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Linen shirts are a warm-weather essential, but take it to the next level with a fun all-over pattern and pair with shorts in a bolder color.

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Mixed prints and versatile, lightweight pieces are must-haves for your wardrobe right now, so stop by The Shops of Saddle Creek to see what’s new!

Saddle Creek Spring 2021

Bianca | Dress: LOFT, Bracelets: Kendra Scott, Earrings: LOFT, Sunglasses: SEE Eyewear
Cara | Dress: Indigo, Earrings: Kendra Scott, Handbag: Vera Bradley, Sunglasses: SEE Eyewear
Carmeon | Dress: Indigo, Earrings Kendra Scott, Handbag: Indigo, Sunglasses: SEE Eyewear
David | Shirt + Shorts: J. Crew, Sunglasses: SEE Eyewear
Michael | Jogger Set + Tee: Banana Republic, Sunglasses: SEE Eyewear
*All models wore their own shoes

Mili's Flower TruckPhotography + Styling: Kim Thomas
Beautiful florals provided by Mili’s Flower Truck
Sweet Treats provided by Smallcakes Collierville
Makeup Artist: Matt Gossett

To shop all of these looks, visit our local retailers in The Shops of Saddle Creek!

Easter is this upcoming weekend, and with the weather projected to be sunny and 73 in Memphis (aka PERFECT), an uber cute dress to wear to (safely) celebrate the holiday is a must. Our retailers are finally starting to receive new Spring merchandise, and it’s becoming safer to gather in small groups again, so whether you will be celebrating the holiday at home with family, or treating it as a day for a brunch outing with your friends, I’ve rounded up 10 frocks that would be perfect to wear Easter Sunday and into the Spring and Summer season as well.

Crepe Midi Dress Banana Republic

Crepe Midi Dress, Banana Republic $139

Floral Flounce Shirtdress LOFT

Floral Flounce Shirtdress, LOFT $89.50

Tiered Ruffle-Sleeve Cotton Poplin Dress J Crew

Tiered Ruffle-Sleeve Cotton Poplin Dress, J.Crew $128

Zoey Animal Print Mini Dress

Zoey Animal Print Mini Dress, Shelby Jewel $69

Cassis Printed Chiffon Dress Free People

Cassis Printed Chiffon Dress, Free People $168

Tish Maxi Dress A Beautiful Soul

Tish Maxi Dress, A’Beautiful Soul $89.95

Utility Midi Shirt Dress BHWM

Utility Midi Shirt Dress, White House | Black Market $160

Graceland Maxi Dress Altard State

Graceland Maxi Dress, Altar’d State $79.95

Mabel Mini Dress By Anthropologie

Mabel Mini Dress, Anthropologie $98

Geo Pocket Shirtdress LOFT

Geo Pocket Shirtdress, LOFT $98

Style Tip: keep your accessories simple. Yes, to being able to get dressed and go out, but you can leave the heels at home. Grab some neutral sandals, gold jewelry (I’m partial to hoops, bracelets, and layering necklaces) and your favorite bold lipstick to accentuate your look.

Be sure to make an appointment at Nail Bar & Co. for a mani/pedi because sandal season is officially here, and stop by Sephora to refresh your makeup bag with some new Spring lippies and blushes if it’s been a while since you added something new. Most stores will also be having some type of sale this week due to the holiday, so make it a point to pop in for something cute (without having to break the bank).


To shop these styles, visit these local retailers in The Shops of Saddle Creek!

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog’s Day, and with Memphis having such unpredictable weather (hello Snowmeggedon 2021!), this means we still have quite a few more weeks of Winter ahead of us. Not to worry, however, because that means we can indulge a little while longer in all things comfy and cozy to help us get through it. Treating yourself to something a little more luxe doesn’t necessarily mean it has to be expensive. In my eyes, it’s all about the quality of the product, not the price. Besides, if we’re going to be in the house because of cold weather, don’t you want to be as cozy and comfy as possible?

cozy winter

If you’re wanting to zhoosh things up a little bit to deal with the cold, here are 6 things to help you get through Winter.

Long Sleeve Notch-Collar Pajama Set Soma

Long Sleeve Notch-Collar Pajama Set, Soma $88

Cozy PJs
Who doesn’t love a fresh new pair of pajamas? I’m personally not a fan of flannel PJS, but I do love silk, cashmere, and soft cotton blends. Cute sets are ALL the rage now, and a new set in a soft neutral (think creams, greys, tans, or blues) screams luxe.

Josie Maran Pure Argan Oil

Josie Maran Pure Argan Oil, Sephora $49

Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter

Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil Body Butter, Sephora $36

Facial Oil
There is nothing luxurious about dry skin, so if you don’t already use a face oil, now is the perfect time to add one in. Josie Maran makes a 100% Argan Oil that can be used from head to toe, and if you REALLY want to have skin that feels like buttah? Get the whipped body butter formula and thank me later.

Free People Eucalyptus + Siberian Pine Candle

Free People Eucalyptus + Siberian Pine Candle, $38

Candles set the mood, and in my book, you can never have too many. I believe that everyone should have 1 signature scent for their home, but there’s nothing wrong with incorporating different ones for each room in your house.

Barefoot Dreams Cozychic Throw Southern Avenue Company

Barefoot Dreams Cozychic Throw, Southern Avenue Company (prices vary)

Throw Blanket
When it comes to blankets, the softer the better. You want something that is warm and snuggly and super soft, so soft cotton blends or faux fur blankets are my favorite type to use this time of year. When you find that perfect throw blanket, nap time will be elevated.

Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Milk Bath Soak Anthropologie

Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Milk Bath Soak, Anthropologie $32

Miss Patisserie Great Ball of Fizz Gift Set Anthropologie

Miss Patisserie Great Ball of Fizz Gift Set, Anthropologie $35

Luxe Bath Products
Self-Care is more than just bubble baths, but I can almost guarantee that you will feel a million times better after soaking in a warm bath. Find products with scents that have calming notes like lavender when you’re trying to relax at night, or pick up products with grapefruit or eucalyptus scents to help invigorate you in the morning. Just make sure that whatever you choose, they make your skin feel like silk and are super hydrating.

Blissful Bamboo Sheet Set Soft Surroundings

Blissful Bamboo Sheet Set Soft Surroundings, $200

New Sheets
Brand new sheets feel ah-mazing on your skin, and while you don’t have to necessarily replicate the bedding that you find at luxe hotels, investing in a quality set of sheets could do you good. Bamboo and linen blend fabrications are very popular right now (most are breathable and cooling), but what you choose is based on preference.

A little luxe can go a long way in making your home into a cozy oasis.

To shop the pieces in this post, be sure to visit these local retailers in The Shops of Saddle Creek!

Accessories are the easiest way to update your wardrobe each season, and now that Winter is here, it’s time to find a few cold weather weather appropriate bags. There are so many fun options to choose from this season, especially when it comes to prints and textures. And thankfully, you don’t have to go broke when you want to add something new; there’s always some type of sale going on this time of year, plus a lot of stores get in new inventory as well. I’ve always been the type to carry the same bag every day, but I like to add new ones periodically. I carry a lot of stuff with me and have my camera most days, but I still try to switch it up from time to time so that I can actually enjoy my handbag collection. There’s no point in acquiring all of these pretty things if they’re never used or seen, you know?

If you’re looking to refresh your handbag collection soon, here’s a roundup of Winter bags all under $100.

We The Free Waxed Canvas Sling

Free People We The Free Waxed Canvas Sling, $60

Michael Kors Jet Set Medium Saffiano Leather Crossbody Bag

Michael Kors Jet Set Medium Saffiano Leather Crossbody Bag, $84

Chicos Jacquard Clutch BagChico’s Jacquard Clutch Bag, $60

Movement Backpack By Urban Originals in Green

Movement Backpack By Urban Originals in Green from Anthropologie, $88

Banana Republic Leather Hobo Bag

Banana Republic Leather Hobo Bag, $100

Carmen Chain Clutch

Free People Carmen Chain Clutch, $58

Talbots Croco BagTalbots Croco Bag, $55

Sela Ring-Handled Crossbody Bag By Anthropologie in Black

Sela Ring-Handled Crossbody Bag By Anthropologie in Black, $58

Brahmin Daisy Primrose BCA Collection

Brahmin Daisy Primrose BCA Collection, $95

Fp Collection Sarah Suede Crossbody

Fp Collection Sarah Suede Crossbody, $88


To shop the pieces in this post, be sure to visit these local retailers in The Shops of Saddle Creek!

Countdown to the Day of Looove! Valentine’s Day will definitely look different this year (dinner for 2 at home, anyone?), but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate each other and exchange a sweet gift or 2. You don’t have to blow the bank or go over the top with your gifts, but you CAN give a little luxe and comfort to your honey and make them feel special.

Don’t have a significant other but still want to celebrate? You can still find some special little happies to round up and gift to family and friends. It’s been a hard year for everyone, so who wouldn’t love to receive a Valentine like we used to as kids.

valentines day

If you’re planning to celebrate this year but need a little help in deciding what to do, here’s a roundup of Valentine’s Day gift ideas for him and her that anyone would love.

Victoria Secret Heart Sherpa Blanket

Heart Sherpa Blanket, Victoria Secret $35

Voluspa Maison Mini Glass Candle By Voluspa in Pink

Voluspa Maison Mini Glass Candle, Anthropologie $18

Paper Source Date Night In Journal

Date Night In Journal, Paper Source $18

Ari Heart Stud Earrings

Ari Heart Stud Earrings, Kendra Scott $48

Cozy Cool Girl Lounge Set, Free People, $88

Pandora Be My Quarantine Charm Set

Be My Quarantine Charm Set, Pandora $140

Banana Republic Heart Ombre Boxer

Heart Ombre Boxer, Banana Republic $15

Paper Source Fuchsia Heart Mug

Fuchsia Heart Mug, Paper Source $15

Anthropologie Lexie Slippers

Lexie Slippers, Anthropologie, $38

Brooks Brothers Honeycomb-Knit Cotton-Cashmere Half-Zip

Honeycomb-Knit Cotton-Cashmere Half-Zip, Brooks Brothers, $130

Paper Source The Perfect Man Milk Chocolate

Paper Source The Perfect Man Milk Chocolate, Paper Source $10

Banana Republic Valentine's Day Ankle Sock

Valentine’s Day Ankle Sock, Banana Republic $25

Free People One Valentina Set

Free People One Valentina Set, Free People $118

Paper Source Sweet Foods Valentine Card Set

Sweet Foods Valentine Card Set, Paper Source $15

Banana Republic Hammered Heart Double Drop Earrings

Hammered Heart Double Drop Earrings, Banana Republic $42

In addition to your gift, make sure you that you add in a personalized note with your card, and maybe their favorite candy or flowers to add that extra touch!

Happy shopping! xo

To shop all these gifts, be sure to visit these local retailers in The Shops of Saddle Creek.

At the beginning of the year, “Detoxing” is a huge topic of conversation, but usually the focus is on food and diet culture. While that’s normal to focus on (you do you), there are other areas that probably require more focus at this time. We are surrounded by junky drawers, closets, and even social media platforms, so why not take a little time out to detox those? If you have an extra hour to spare here and there, here are 5 areas to detox that don’t include your body.

clean home

Digital Detox
With so many people working from home now, it’s safe to say we’re using social media waaay more than what we usually do. With that being said, we may find ourselves becoming fatigued by the content that we’re intaking, so if you’re following people who’s content no longer serves you, makes you feel anxious, or just isn’t inspiring anymore, don’t feel bad about unfollowing or deleting them. Social Media should be fun, and before you feel like it’s toxic city and that you need to completely delete it or take a break, reassess who you’re following/what you’re consuming and make changes to that first.

digital detox

Clean Out Your Fridge
Seriously, when is the last time you gave your fridge a really good deep clean? It’s probably time, lol. Remove anything that is expired, old condiments that are messy, and any other items that you know you will never eat. Give it a good wipe down with a safe cleanser and hot water and then try to organize what’s left in a way that makes sense to you. If the cleaning bug has really hit you, start in your pantry next!

organized groceries


Declutter Your Car
MANY of us (self-included) treat our cars like a second home, and it’s time that we stop. There’s nothing worse than having to constantly move stuff around because people have nowhere to sit, so now’s the perfect time to get in there and clean it out! Remove anything that doesn’t belong, vacuum it out and then give it a wash (I prefer the drive-throughs, lol).

Donate Clothing You Longer Wear
Getting rid of clothing that we no longer wear or want is probably one of the hardest things for people to do, but it’s so necessary. For one, it will make getting dressed so much easier because you can actually see what’s in there. Secondly, getting rid of the pieces that don’t work makes room for the pieces that will! You have to treat it like ripping off a band-aid (if you think too long about a piece you’re less likely to get rid of it), but once it’s done you will feel so much better.


Cancel unnecessary subscriptions
If you have a gym membership that you’ve never used but pay for monthly, raise your hand! Guys, we are wasting SO much money holding on to these subscriptions that we will never use, no matter what we tell ourselves every day. Take some time to go through your bank statements to review the subscriptions that you currently have, and cancel any that you don’t really use or aren’t necessarily helping you. Stop giving money away!


There are so many areas that we can work on and get in order, but these are just a start (and can be knocked out in a weekend)!

Happy New Year!! It’s hard to believe that 2021 is finally (and thankfully!) here, and I don’t know about you guys, but this means out with the old, in with the new! I usually spend the first few days of the new year purging, and one place I really try to do this with is with my beauty and skincare products. It’s time to make room for the products that work, get rid of those that don’t, and also put some practices back into place that I may have slacked on last year.

If you’re in the same mindset as me and looking to do the same, here are some beauty resolutions for 2021 that should be easy for anyone to keep.

beauty resolution

In new sponges, wash clothes, makeup brushes, combs, and other tools that may be broken, worn out, etc. Bathrooms harbor germs, so go ahead and invest in those new, sterilized products that you’ve been needing to replace to really start the year off fresh.

With your skin. Don’t be afraid to try something new and invest in products that really WORK. That doesn’t meant that you have to break the bank-it just means taking the time out to develop a skincare routine that really works for YOUR skin. Having clear skin means you can minimize the amount of products that you have to use. so if you want to skip wearing makeup, you can without feeling self-conscious about your skin. Talk to a dermatologist, see an aesthetician, test a few products out (it normally takes 30 days to see a difference), whatever you need to do. Just be clear on what your skin needs and take care of it.

summer-fridays-jet-lag-maskSummer Fridays – Jet Lag Mask, $25

When’s the last time you got a haircut? If you’re not sure, it might be time for an update. Look at celebrities that have a similar face shape as you and consult with your hairstylist to see if you can pull it off. You’d be surprised at the difference a great cut can make. In the meantime of waiting to get a cut, also treat yourself to a hair mask.

ouai-treatment-mask-for-fine-and-medium-hairOUAI Treatment Mask for Fine and Medium Hair, $38

Please, please please, get your brows in order. Pluck them, grow them out, fill them in, do whatever you need to do to make them look good, but get them in order. Perfect brows fame your face and equal less makeup, so take some time to get them right. If you’re having flashbacks to the self-plucked thin brows of the 90s, then make an appt with a brow tech. It can cost as little as $12, but just double check to make sure they know how to do what you need.

beauty resolution

A fresh manicure and pedicure is a must! Your hands can tell the story of your life, and you don’t want them to look dry and crusty, lol. If it’s not in your budget to go and get them done (or you don’t feel comfortable due to Covid), invest in a kit ($15-$20 should get you everything you need to do the basics) so that you can do them at home. It doesn’t take a lot to make them look better, and you will feel amazing afterwards.

sephora-collection-tough-as-nails-deluxe-manicure-pedicure-kitSEPHORA COLLECTION – Tough As Nails Deluxe Manicure & Pedicure Kit, $20

When it comes to makeup, there are levels. There is makeup for day, night, photo, video, events, work, etc. and for most people, you want to know the difference. Unless you’re a reality star and a camera crew is following you, you honestly don’t have to have all of that on, and even then, you want to make sure that the products you’re using are right for your skin. There are tons of tutorials on YouTube to view, and you can talk to the MUAs on staff at Sephora if you’re unsure of where to start.


Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez - Lip Souffle Matte Cream LipstickRare Beauty by Selena Gomez – Lip Souffle Matte Cream Lipstick, $20

Let this be the year that you try something new. A bold lip, sparkly shadow, a new perfume, whatever piques your interest. Experimenting every few months may help you discover a new essential for your beauty bag and keep you out of a rut.

You are fabulous, so own it every day!


All products shown are available at Sephora Saddle Creek.

When it starts to get cold outside, we stay bundled up as much as possible, but sometimes we neglect our skin in the process. The air outside is dry and humidity is low, and we’re blasting the heat indoors as well, which causes our skin to be drier than normal. Dry, flaky skin isn’t cute at all, though. You want to keep supple, healthy looking skin that’s soft to the touch, so here are a few easy, healthy ways to prep your skin for Fall.

healthy skin

Use warm water vs hot
Hot showers are the best, but they also strip your skin of natural oils. Try to use warm water when showering or cleansing your face instead, and be sure to add in a hydrating lotion or oil when you’re done to help lock in moisture.

Fresh - Soy Makeup Removing Face Wash

Fresh Soy Makeup Removing Face Wash, $38-69

Exfoliate regularly
Dry, flaky skin is a no-no, so take time out to regularly exfoliate to remove dead skin. Exfoliating gloves are great to use in the shower, or you can use a body scrub (brown sugar or coffee are great) a few times a week to help keep your skin soft.

Herbivore - Coco Rose Exfoliating Body Scrub

Herbivore Coco Rose Exfoliating Body Scrub, $36


Use a lotion/oil and gloves 
Always apply a lotion, balm, or oil after showering, and try to wear gloves when you’re out. Also keep lotion with you as well to re-apply after washing your hands. Dry skin can make your hands look old really fast, so try to protect them as much as possible.

Kiehl's Since 1851 - Creme de Corps

Kiehl’s Since 1851 Creme de Corps, $14-$80


Use sunscreen and moisturizer daily
The sun can damage skin regardless of the season, so don’t skimp on it just because it’s cloudy out now. Same goes with using a moisturizer (even if you have oily-skin). Make both a part of your daily skincare regime so that your skin remains clear and supple.

Supergoop! - Cloud 9 100% Mineral Balm SPF 40

Supergoop! Cloud 9 100% Mineral Balm SPF 40, $26

Drink your water
Drinking water regularly will help you stay hydrated from the inside out. Warm lemon water is refreshing in the morning, and you can add berries, citrus fruits and even mint to your water if you don’t like the taste of plain water.


There are so many additional things that you can add to your skincare routine, but regularly incorporating these steps will help to keep your skin hydrated, healthy and happy.

All items shown are available at Sephora. Due to Covid-19, changes have been made to individual store hours for Saddle Creek retailers. Please call/check ahead to find out their hours and safety precautions before you visit, OR, continue to shop from the comfort of your home.

Click here for Saddle Creek’s Covid-19 updates and stay safe out there.

When Fall comes around, “comfort food” moves high up on my at-home meal making list. One of my favorite dishes to make during this time is hands down a bowl of soup. Soup is the ultimate comfort food, and taking the time to make your own is a lot healthier (and tastier) than what you’d eat if you were just pouring it from a can. Fall is the time of year that I take out my crockpot and make huge pots of soup that I can nosh on for a few days, especially if I have a busy week ahead and don’t want to worry about cooking. I’m old-school, though, so most people would probably use an Instapot instead of a crockpot to make their soups, lol.

I have a few recipes that I can make from scratch without even thinking about it (mixed veggies with shredded chicken is so yummy and easy), but I still love flipping through recipe books and perusing Pinterest to find new ones to try. If you’re a soup lover like me and can’t wait to whip up a big batch of your own, here’s a roundup of soup recipes that all look delicious and seem relatively easy to make at home this season.

Italian Sausage and Pasta Soup

Italian Sausage and Pasta Soup

Basic + Awesome Broccoli Cheese Soup

Basic + Awesome Broccoli Cheese Soup

Instant Pot Vegan Pumpkin Lasagna Soup

Instant Pot Vegan Pumpkin Lasagna Soup

Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Soup Recipe

Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Soup Recipe

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Ground Turkey and Rice Soup

Ground Turkey and Rice Soup

Roasted Tomato Basil Soup Recipe

Roasted Tomato Basil Soup Recipe

We’re slowly easing into Fall here in Memphis (hello 60 degree temps!), and while we all probably have a closet that’s filled to the brim with clothes, it’s time to add in a few fun accessories to help us transition our style for Fall. It’s not quite cold enough to fully layer with coats and jackets (although some evenings might call for a cute leather or suede moto jacket), but you should definitely have a few kimonos and chunky cardigan sweaters in the mix.

With that being said, you don’t want your outfits to be drab. I’m not a crazy trend follower, but I DO know that accessories are the easiest way to test out different prints, patterns and colors without having to fully commit to it. Unless it’s a statement piece that’s also quite versatile, I wouldn’t invest a ton of money into it. That way, if you try a trend and don’t like it, you won’t feel bad about tossing it the next season.

There are certain accessories that will easily help you transition into the Fall, and here are 5 you need to add to your wardrobe right now.

WYETH Jackson Rancher HatWYETH Jackson Rancher Hat, Madewell $69

Wide Brim Hat
It took me years to get on the hat train (I needed to find styles that fit my head properly), but once I did I was HOOKED. Out of all of the styles that I’ve tried, I’ve found that a wide brim hate (preferable a wool fedora) is the most versatile style for almost everyone. You still have to test out sizing (you never want a hat that’s too big or too small), but as long as it has a stiff brim (this is KEY to ensuring it looks right), you’re fine You’ll be able to switch up the look of so many of your outfits when you wear one. You don’t need a million colors either: a black, grey or a neutral tan color will suffice.

Free People Vegan Going West BootVegan Going West Boot, Free People $88

Ankle booties
It doesn’t matter if you pick them in black, white, tan, leather or suede, you won’t go wrong with adding a cute ankle bootie into the mix. They help to ground those Summery dresses that can still be worn during the Fall (just top with a cardi or jacket), and they will help elevate the look of your basic jeans + tee outfit. Look for a style that has a pointed or slightly square toe (a rounded toe is a little too 90s retro unless that’s your thing) with a slight heel so that you can actually walk around in them.

American Threads Five And Two June NecklaceFive And Two June Necklace, American Threads $52.50

Layering Necklaces
I prefer to wear gold jewelry over silver (it just feels more versatile to me), but I love finding really cool necklaces that I can layer with. You want to look for metals that are similar in color, and try to find chains with varying lengths so that you can wear multiple together. Necklaces designed with coins and small pendants are the most popular right now and the easiest to style with. You can literally wear them with anything.

Leather Circle Buckle BeltLeather Circle Buckle Belt, Banana Republic $68

Gold Buckle Belt
So I typically hate wearing belts with pants, but I always find fun ones to wear with dresses, especially in the Fall. A gold buckle belt is staple right now (I really like the double buckle ones as well). If you have any flowy dresses that could use a little more structure, just add a belt and then layer a cardigan over it to keep the silhouette from being too billowy. You can also layer them over blazers, and they actually look cute with jeans and a graphic tee tucked in if that’s your thing.

Anthropologie Chill ClutchChill Clutch, Anthropologie $78

Large Leather Clutch
I carry a large basic tote daily to hold all of my stuff when I’m working, but I would much rather have some cuter bags to swap it with when I’m going out to new events during my “off-duty” hours. The newer styles are larger and a lot more fashion forward, so even if you’re wearing a simple outfit, a cute leather clutch will make your overall aesthetic more chic.

There are so many other accessories that can be added to your wardrobe this season, but these are absolute staples. Happy shopping!

All items shown are from Saddle Creek retailers. Due to Covid-19, changes have been made to individual store house for Saddle Creek retailers. Please call/check ahead to find out their hours and safety precautions before you visit, OR, continue to shop from the comfort of your home.

Click here for Saddle Creek’s Covid-19 updates and stay safe out there.