Kate Spade Saturday awesomeness.
Photo: Via Kate Spade Saturday
Commence freaking out, y’all—Kate Spade’s brand new lower-priced line Saturday JUST hit the interwebs, and we can barely handle it. Imagine Kate Spade’s love for bold color mixed with mod patterns and graphic shapes plastered on everything from shift dresses to iPhone cases to teapots. Yeah, they’re doing it all, you guys. If you can get past their gorge, bright yellow and black easy-to-navigate site, you’ll see that they have tons of to-die-for products that we need in our lives ASAP–in fact, we already picked out our top 5 favorite things so you don’t have to do all digging. I know, I know, we’re sooo nice, right?
The cool thing about Kate Spade Saturday’s color primary color scheme of red, yellow, and blue mixed with mod black and white graphics means that no matter what you buy, you’ll match! We thought the Everyday Shift dress ($170) is definitely the must-have frock from the entire collection because it’s simple yet TOTALLY chic. (We also love how they paired it with bold circle sunnies and a crossbody bag!) To be totally honest, Kate Spade Saturday nails it so hard in the accessories department that we had a hard time picking favorites, but when we saw that super cool brand May28th (who created the InstaWatch) collabed with them on signature watches ($50), we were totally smitten. (Can you tell we’re really loving that zig-zag pattern?) We’re also obsessed with their notebook and pencil collection (so much, in fact, that we kind of cheated and put them together as one item), and their mix-and-match wristlet where you can choose different pouches to create your own look! The shining jewel of the entire line, though, is the “Design a Weekender” section where you can do just that. You can pick the body, pockets, base, straps, and even get it monogrammed. Basically, it’s amazing and super fun to play around with their color palettes to create your own custom bag. So, what do you think–will you be swiping up anything from the Kate Spade Saturday store? Let us know in the comments below!