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Thursday, December 13, 2007

What's Your "Handbag Style"?

Photos via The Daily Mail, POPSUGAR and ICYDK

Ever wonder what makes a woman covet and ultimately buy a certain bag? Well, like any other area of fashion, handbags fall into certain "style" categories. You know what I'm referring to, right? When you spot a woman walking down the street or shopping at a store, you make a mental judgment about what category she falls into. "She's a bohemian, she's a classic dresser, she's eclectic, she's a total bombshell" are just some of the categories used to describe a fashionista's style. So go ahead and add handbags to the equation. After reading and picturing the following examples, you'll get an idea of exactly what "handbag style" is really about. Which style best describes your preferences? Have fun figuring it out.

The Classics

Louis Vuitton, Chanel & Hermes

Handbags which fall into "The Classics" style category possess the following qualities:
-Timeless appeal
-exceptional craftsmanship
-established label credibility
-Never go out of style


The Bombshells

Versace, Gucci & Fendi

Handbags which fall into "The Bombshells" style category possess the following qualities:
-Unique shapes, bright colors or bold patterns
-Attention-grabbing "statement" pieces
-Crafted by fashion-forward design labels
-Trendy styles


The Ladies

Oscar de la Renta, Dior & Roberta di Camerino

Handbags which fall into "The Ladies" style category possess the following qualities:
-Vintage-inspired shapes with classic appeal
-Focus on traditional details
-Compliment refined wardrobes
-Feminine and charming



1 Response to "What's Your "Handbag Style"?"
  1. Candid Cool said...
    Saturday, December 22, 2007

    I think I own a little bit of everything.

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