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Reformation Just Added Accessories and They’re Already Selling Out

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As of this month, eco-friendly fashion line Reformation now stocks purses, belts, scarves, hats, socks, and more online and in stores. The LA brand just added an accessories section, and Bustle reports that Reformation picked brands that all share the same aesthetic as the dresses, bodysuits, and jumpsuits in the main line. "All brands of accessories are eco-friendly, and aligned with Reformation's sustainability initiatives," a press rep for Reformation told Racked.

Ref's accessories are already selling out too.  Berets by Le Beret Francais and alpaca wool scarves inspired by a cult favorite Reformation sweater flew off the shelves.

Now in stock, find pouches by Otaat Myers, boxy clutches by Kayu, fringe bags from Monserat De Lucca, Illesteva sunglasses, Hansel from Basel socks, and handmade Janessa Leone hats. The price points for accessories top out at $415, but most pieces are under $250.

Meanwhile, Reformation's big sale is still going on with over 300 items available at a deep discount. Sale pieces start as low as $13 and the majority of the items are now less than $100.