by Kylie Francis on December 15th, 2020
In a year marked by physical distance and travel restrictions, dressing up for an event or vacation may seem like a remote dream. But with news of a vaccine hopefully on the way, we’re already planning outfits for the slew of post-pandemic parties that are sure to come!
One fashion trend on Instagram that has caught our eye is pairing green with purple. As contrasting colors, purple and green make a striking combination that is sure to lift your spirits and your look. Here’s our edit of the best buys in these hues:
These Putri S bags are one of our best-selling items, and for good reason. Each bag features a unique circular silhouette in handwoven silk Ikat, and comes with a removable, lightweight chain that can be mixed and matched. Wear it with a white shirt and jeans for a distinctive twist on a classic look.
Why wear just one of the trendy colors when you can combine both? Turn heads at your next event with this eye-catching, two-toned long clutch. It’s skillfully hand-woven from lilac and neon green threads in a plaid pattern.
This long clutch in a zingy shade of yellow-green is the perfect accent piece. Team this tenun masterpiece with understated outfits for an instant pick-me-up.
If you are apprehensive about wearing color, these unique shawls in jewel-toned shades of purple and green are an easy way to work brights into your everyday wardrobe. Each shawl is crafted using handwoven silk from the state of Pahang, Malaysia and takes an artisan approximately four full weeks to complete.
We love the soft and airy feeling of this wrap skirt, which is made from silk and cotton, and hand-painted using batik techniques. Available in both green and plum, these pareos are perfect for wearing to your New Years’ Eve party on the beach or lounging at home.
This clutch is perfect for playful locales like Miami, Ibiza or Bali. It fits everything you need — phone, mask, sanitizer. Slip it in your shoulder bag while traveling or carry it in hand for an evening out.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kylie is Dia’s co-founder based in New York City. Hailing from a family of journalists and writers, Kylie grew up with a passion for stories and a curiosity about the world. This has led her to travel extensively across the globe and she has lived in Malaysia, Zimbabwe and the United States. Kylie graduated with a Bachelor’s in Government from Harvard University and an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.