Matching accessories have always been a thing. In the late '80s and early '90s, the thought of buying bags and shoes that weren't, quite literally, cut from the same cloth would rarely cross one's mind. Fast-forward to today, and we certainly see the appeal. After all, we can barely muster enough energy to get out of bed in the mornings, let alone set aside precious time that could otherwise be spent sleeping to carefully select mismatched add-ons.
Have you ever become overwhelmed with choice while shopping online, panicked and then ended up purchasing three ill-advised dresses instead of just one? Now you can get seasoned—and curated—advice from Trouvaille (French for “a lucky find”),
I fish the Dubai itinerary out of my carry-on and flip to a page titled “Common Arabic Phrases.” I can’t help but smile at the formal, grammatically perfect—and therefore utterly charming—suggestions, especially compared to the colloquial