From sea-inspired details to Medusa jewelry, here’s all the Versace accessories from the nostalgic Spring/Summer 2018 collection!

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Donatella Versace unveiled her iconic Spring/summer 2018 Versace collection recently at Milan Fashion Week. The show was a tribute to her late brother and fashion legend, Gianni Versace. The clothes from the show were spectacular enough by themselves but the accessories elevated them to a whole other level. Inspired by Gianni’s most popular prints, they were the stars of the show. And we just can’t stop obsessing over them! So, take a look at the 10 best Versace accessories that are worth drooling over!

Top 10 Versace Accessories We’re Loving

1. Medusa Choker

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Versace never fail to amaze with their signature chokers season after season. The SS18 collection was no different. Gold embossed logo chokers were a prominent part of the show.

2. Studded Micro Bag

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (11)-shell-braceletThese embellished little bags were seen on the runway in all sorts of colors like pastels and black. They also had the embossed logo and a pretty printed scarf tied to them.

3. Pop Art Print Bag

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (47)-floral-vogue-print-bagI’ve never been a fan of brightly colored accessories but leave it to Versace to make you fall in love with everything she designs. This particular one with the Vogue cover print is so fun and unique.

4. Mismatched Earrings

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (41)-starfish-shell-earringsThis one’s probably my most favorite of all the mismatched earrings Versace has ever come up with. One of the pair is a starfish and the other a seashell. So beautiful!

5. Layered Belts

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (32)-layered-beltsYou can always count on Versace to set new and unexpected trends. This triple belt look is so cool, I’m in love! This look consists of a chain belt, knotted skinny belt and a broad one with a heavy buckle. Guess the trick to rock this look is to color co-ordinate them!

6. Ornamental Clutch

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (5)-ornamental-clutch-bagBaroque details influenced this exquisite clutch bag with intricate bead work. I really need it in my wardrobe!

7. Butterfly Print Sunglasses

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (44)-butterfly-print-sunglassesThese 90s fashion inspired ‘Farfalle print’ glasses are so summery, chic and are paired with a swim outfit to match. From the shape to the color and print, I’m all for it!

8. Strappy Ballet Flats

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (19)-strappy-ballet-flatsEdgy and cool, these shoes had the ‘Trésor de la Mer’ print on them along with black studded criss-cross straps across the shoe.

9. Gold Barrettes

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Almost every model in the show wore these amazing gold barrettes. They were used on either sides of center-parted hair to create this sleek tucked-back hair look.

10. Embellished Boots

Versace-spring-summer-2018-rtw-details-accessories (57)-embellished-bootsThese boots were a sight to behold as they came down the runway. Gigi Hadid walked the show in a pair of gorgeous embellished over-the-knee boots.

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