Looking for affordable designer accessories for SS18? Bally has got your back with its new collection of Babouche loafers and ‘grab-and-go’ bags.
The Bally Babouche is back for SS18 in several new spring shades and evolving styles for every occasion.
While we love the Janelle with its pointed toe and signature buckle inspired by a Bally advert from 1969, our favourite style is the softer, more feminine Maelle. With stitching detail and a finer closure, it is a real contrast to the popular Lottie style and punk-inspired Malinda.
Designed in a variety of materials and colours, what makes the Babouche special and a must-have for SS18, however, is the construction of the heel which can be worn up or worn down depending on whether you want a loafer-esque look or an effortless slipper style.
Whether it is a city break, summer holiday or everyday slip-on, the Bally Babouche has your back.
If your SS18 wardrobe is all about the bag rather than the shoe, you’ll be pleased to hear that Bally’s B-Turn lock is making a triumphant return in the guise of the bohemian Saddle Bag.
The perfect grab and go bag, the Bally Saddle Bag is the classic crossbody inspired by this season’s retro season’s retro sportswear aesthetic.
Or, if SS18’s penchant for a bumbag is more your vibe, the Suzy is the one for you and can be worn around your waist with jeans or even crossbody. With enough space for all your day to day essentials and the signature Bally B-Turn lock, this is our favourite for the weekend.
Last but not least, the B Turn and Key Hole are slightly more structured options that are ideal for the working week and ooze elegance. With both styles available in feminine, peachy hues, we’re utterly obsessed this SS18.
This post is sponsored by Bally.
Published in Editor's Picks by Georgia Shepheard on May 1, 2018