Lupita Nyong’o’s JW Pei bag is a celebrity-approved accessory


When fashion items get the coveted It status, chances are every Hollywood celebrity already owns said item. Rihanna and Sophie Turner, for example, have both worn Emma Brewin’s viral fuzzy bucket hats. Meanwhile, Fendi’s popular Baguette bag has become virtually synonymous with its wearer: Sarah Jessica Parker. Along the same lines, stars like Hailey Bieber, Emily Ratajkowski, Megan Fox, and Gigi Hadid can’t get enough of JW Pei’s Gabbi bag, which Lupita Nyong’o has also worn recently. In her latest Instagram post, Nyong’o unveiled an ivory version of the ultra-affordable brand. (PSA: The $68 handbag is still available on Amazon.)

The actor turned 39 on March 1 and showed off his birthday outfit on the ‘gram. For this special occasion, Nyong’o wore a sky blue ensemble from Sergio Hudon’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection, which consisted of a cropped blazer jacket and a mini dress with a ruffled skirt. With the help of his trusty stylist, Micaela Erlanger, the actor completed the look with a buzzing Gabbi bag from JW Pei. (Hailey Bieber owns the exact style in the same off-white shade.)

This ensemble proved that the actor isn’t shy about mixing high and low elements in one look. His fans will also note that this isn’t the first time the actor has worn the pastel blue hue, which suits him well. so good. In 2014, she attended the 86th Academy Awards in a sky blue dress by Prada (and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in 12 years of slavery.)

Unfortunately, Sergio Hudson’s exact Nyong’o dress and jacket are not yet available for sale. TZR has found similar parts that you can buy, however, if you want to recreate its set. If you like her handbag, you can buy her exact JW Pei design. It will match all your outfits because the pastry-inspired accessory has a minimalist side.

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