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10 London Accessory Brands You'll Love

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    Clothes may make the man woman, but accessories make the outfit. Yes, we know you're head-over-heels for a Mulberry ‘Cara’ bag and Christopher Kane carryall. A gorgeous pair of Kirkwoods will send you into a fit of revelry. Oh, and there’s that second wardrobe you had to purchase just to house your collection of scarves, belts, and Shrimps faux-fur clutches.

    Let’s face it: You’re accessory obsessed. And, with that in mind, we'd like to turn your attention to 10 London-based brands that may not yet be on your radar — but totally should be. Discover the next Sophia Webster. Source sunnies that you'll wear all year ‘round. Adorn yourself in hats and scarves from the city's brightest young talents. Most important, throw your sartorial support behind some emerging labels that are destined to be the next big things (if we have anything to say about it). Dare we say you're going to need a third wardrobe?

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