A Curated List of the Best Women's Accessories in L.A.

The best part about wearing a simple accessory is that it can elevate your entire outfit. The hard part is where to find a well-designed piece that compliments your style. It can be anything from a hat to a unique bag or piece of jewelry so we put together a list of our favorite accessories and where you can find them in Los Angeles.

$207 GABRIELLE HAT (Janessa Leoné)

Janessa Leoné offers high quality hats and handbags that are both unique and classic. Born out of a need to create sophisticated pieces that are timeless and have minimal designs, we’re confident you’ll find something beautiful in the collection.

To try her hats on in person, visit The Edit. A shop shared with FREDA SALVADOR (below).


(freda salvador)

When you’re looking for footwear designed locally in California and hand crafted by passionate experts in Spain, look no further. Founded by two inspiring women, FREDA SALVADOR creates elevated and slightly unconventional styles for your everyday.

Visit them at The Edit at Platform in Culver City.

$115 Square Bar Ring, Gold &

$325 Triad Cuff, Gold (miansai)

Known for elevated aesthetics, Miansai thoughtfully design from the highest quality materials to create beautiful jewelry and other accessories. Our latest obsession has been their rings, cuffs, and necklaces.

Try them on in person at their Abbott Kinney store and tea bar in Venice.

$345 Flore Bag


Inspired by her strong connection to France, Clare V. created a go-to accessories brand with a Parisian charm. Step into one of the three LA locations and you’ll find a unique collection of bags, travel goods, t-shirts and shoes. With a beautiful play on classic shapes and modern detail, the Clare V. line works with local factories in LA to create long lasting, quality pieces.

Visit one of their stores in Silverlake, West Hollywood or Santa Monica.

$495 Paramour HEEL (tamara mellon)

Former co-founder of Jimmy Choo, Tamara Mellon now has her own line doing what she does best: design shoes and break rules. With descriptions like “Good Girl Shoes Gone Bad” the Tamara Mellon brand has created what they call new rules, new luxury and new shoes. As Tamara describes, her shoes are “for leaning in, climbing ladders, and shattering ceilings.”

Visit their closet-inspired store in Pacific Palisades.

style, by cityLena Khouri