Spring Accessories On The Balancing Act

As a style expert and stylist, I’m always checking out the trends each season. When The Balancing Act on Lifetime asked me to share some of my top spring accessories for the season, I couldn’t resist showing some of my favorite shoes along with a new bag brand that will charge up your devices and simple accessory that will keep your tops looking smooth.

Spring Accessories

Shoes Trends


Spring Accessories

Nina heels for spring. Glamorous, chic essentials in florals, stripes and even graphic prints for spring.

Pikolinos Masai collection

Pikolinos sandals and slip-ons.

Inspired by Spain’s laid-back lifestyle; socially responsible with a global aesthetic; named by Travel + Leisure online as one of 2015’s “most comfortable walking shoes for travel.”  The new Maasai Project is simple: to draw attention to a unique culture and its values, which are deeply rooted in family and nature, to promote the importance of the Maasai Mara, and to offer hope for a sustainable future.

One hundred percent of the profits from the Maasai Project shoes goes back to the tribe.

bernardo shoesBernardo 1946 sandals for spring with flowers, tassels and fringe.

latigo sandals

LaTigo sandals and boots.

Known for their fresh urban edge and vintage flairs; retro trends with contemporary twist.

Summit white mountain shoes

Summit White Mountain sandals and flats. Handmade in Italy they’re refined and sophisticated.

Bags That Charge Your Devices

1 voice nyc bags charging bags.

Now you can charge up your devices in a stylish messenger or weekend bag. The battery lasts 10-12 hours.

Smooth Your Clothes


Invisibelt belts to smooth out your middle. Flat, undetectable and adjustable belt that eliminates bulge caused from belt buckles. Provides an instant slimming effect and eliminates back gap and need to constantly tug up jeans and stretch them out. Fits sizes 0-14 and adjusts like a bra and comes in clear to patterns. No bulky belt buckles.

Style Expert Alison Deyette is a TV host, Los Angeles stylist and personal shopper, and magazine contributor known best for her dynamic personality and her sharp sense of style. She’s dressed hundreds of clients – from the red carpet to regular folks – bringing a perspective that focuses on each individual and their unique goals, helping find the optimum look for any occasion, body type or budget.

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