While the whole world might be on royal baby watch as Meghan Markle is due to give birth to her first child any day now, we’re currently adding the latest Markle-approved travel accessory to our shopping carts.
Toss those wool scarfs and mittens! It's finally time to shorten the hemline and give those knee-high boots a rest. And, this spring, there is plenty of reason to flaunt your toes and flex your feet. That's because there's a plethora of new trend-worthy sandals, shoes, and sneakers that are sure to make you feel spring-ready. Here are some of the hottest styles and prints now available from a few of our favorite footwear brands:
Have you ever thought about designing your own travel handbag or tote?
Probably not, because it’s a difficult concept to imagine.
But thanks to Pop Bag USA, you can custom-create the leather travel bag of your dreams, in a matter of minutes.
It takes flying first-class to a whole new level. Who doesn’t love make-your-own designer accessories?
British motorcyclist Hayley Bell says she’s tired of feeling like an afterthought to the motorcycle industry. So, Bell put out a call on Facebook to her fellow female riders.
"I’ve had a totally crazy idea who wants to join me? I’m thinking of doing a world relay and seeing how far we get."
“I put out a post to say, 'I’ve had a totally crazy idea who wants to join me? I’m thinking of doing a world relay and seeing how far we get,'” Bell said.
And the Women Riders World Relay was born. Bell, who came up with the idea last fall, says she used Google Translate to post her message in different languages online. She figured it would maybe attract a few hundred women. Over 14,000 women motorcyclists, representing more than 90 countries, answered the call.
Queen of recycling! How the monarch has been re-wearing her favourite accessories such as headscarves for decades - including the same handbag for almost 50 YEARS
- Queen has been using her trusty patent Launer handbag for at least 47 years
- Known for her 'make do and mend' philosophy when it comes to accessories
- She has been working with glovemaker Cornelia James since her 1947 wedding
- Other pieces that have stood the test of time include headscarves and shoes
- Queen wore the same quilted gilet at Windsor Horse Show in 2002 and 2012