When it comes to designer bags, there’s so much choice, so many possiblities, that it helps to see the best of everything. This post is a combination of several different handbag styles- have your pick of designer bags!
This Kate Spade bag is a vibrant red that brings brightness and optimism with it. I like the quilted texture of the bag, as it brings a bit of a vintage look to the bag, while the red, which is a shade I absolutely love, complements the black handles and the quilt design beautifully. This bag stands out from other Kate Spade bags, providing a functional, sophisticated touch.
This Juicy Couture satchel effeectively sombines practicality and style, making this bag a must-have for those who want the best of both worlds. There is also an adjustable strap available, which will make carrying easier, while the decorative tassels add a nice touch to the overall look of the bag.
Generally, designer bags tend to go out of the ordinary, something I abdolutely love. Likewise , his Nadine satchel by Kate Spade has a woven exterior that could go either way with you, as well as the frayed edges, which to me bring out the playfulness of this bag. The lock-turn closure looks unique, blending perfectly with the rest of the bag.
This tote from Marc by Marc Jacobs is cool and casual, and it reminds me of summer days, for some reason. I love how it looks trim yet practical, and all those pockets are definitely enough to keep everything of yours with room still left over.
This satchel from See by Chloe is both laid back and practical. I love hte muted color of this satchel, and the tassels go especially well with this bag The zippers on either end of the opening flap provide a relaxed, luxurious look, completing the overall look of this bag.
This Treesje cross-body could go either way for anyone. I like the amphibian tecture of this bag but the square shape of the bag is a little unappealing to me. But then again, it’s a cross-body, so I suppose that the squareness will look good once it’s on your shoulder.