Luxury Accessories To Splurge On In 2015

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At this point in December, you’ve (hopefully) completed all of your holiday shopping—but did you remember the most important person on your list? Yeah, we’re referring to you. There’s no better way to treat yourself this holiday season than with a splurge-worthy extra that’ll give your wardrobe that pick-me-up you’ve been craving all year. Here, 5 of-the-moment accessory trends that are sure to remain relevant in 2015. Peruse our predictions and if you end up with an e-cart filled to the brim don’t sweat the splurge—you deserve it!

Because You're Worth It

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It's a fact: Chain-strap handbags are no longer reserved for nighttime. Featuring totes, bucket bags and itty-bitty carryalls rendered in a batch of bright colors, the (now) versatile trend is here to stay for 2015.

Soleil Bucket Bag in Off White

$895

3.1 Phillip Lim

Mini Suede Shoulder Bag

$1,410

Marc Jacobs

For the fashion girl who lives in her over-the-knee boots, say hello to the coolest breed of kicks we've come across thus far: the thigh-high boot. Perfectly paired with dresses and denim alike, this must-try trend creates the illusion of longer stems and will keep you extra toasty during winter's chill. Talk about a one-two punch.

Leather Over-The-Knee Boots

$1,650

Carven

Over-The-Knee Stretch Boots

$1,150

Nicholas Kirkwood

Single studs and ear crawlers add interest without going overboard. Sure, we love the drama that big statement earrings bring to the table, but this delicate and wearable trend will go the extra mile—whether dressed up or down.

Marta Single Ear Cuff

$1,550

Phyne by Paige Novick

Light Rod Ear Cuff

$760

Azlee

Classic aviator frames have undergone a subtle revamp for spring. The result: They look fab with every face shape—seriously. If you'd previously passed on the trend before, try again. With so many new styles on the market, you're bound to find a pair you'll wear all year.

So Real Aviator Sunglasses

$415

Dior

Teardrop Aviators

$390

Miu Miu

The '70s are having a major moment in fashion, so it's no surprise the stacked-platform trend is sticking around in the New Year. Although you can never go wrong with a classic party dress, we recommend sporting these sandals à la 2015 by teaming them with tailored culottes or straight-leg trousers—brilliant.

Bianca Platform Sandals

$925

Saint Laurent

Leila Studded Platform

$695

Gucci