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Monday, November 23, 2009

Whatever Gets You Through The Night: More Glittery Bags

I've still got glittery bags on my mind, and since I'm heading out to the opera tonight, it seemed like the perfect time to talk about some of the best little party clutches of the holiday season.

Meet the Night In Rio Swarovski-studded clutch by Marc Jacobs. I know studs are going out of style faster than the dollar is declining, but Rocker Chic will never die. Not at $895 a pop.

How does the saying go? To err is human, to disco is divine... If you always dreamed that Diana Ross was a near and dear relative, the Crystal embellished Judith Leiber Sphere Clutch {Ball? Bauble?} has your name on it! The price tag is a bit steep: $2,495, but well worth the extravagance--just think of the dance the night away possibilities!

I find the Marano Glitter Clutch by Anya Hindmarch seriously tempting just for it's fabulous whimsical factor. But at a fairly reasonable $425, it's already sold out at Net-A-Porter. Phew, that was a close one!

Well, as it turns out, I have a little glitter up my own sleeve. The Rico Bag is my answer to the little black bag with a twist. It's got sequins on the outside and luxe ultra suede on the inside, plus two inner zips to keep change separate from the rest of your goodies. It's also my most affordable bag at $224. P.S. My line will be available shortly at, but if you're interested please feel free to email me at at


1 Response to "Whatever Gets You Through The Night: More Glittery Bags"
  1. Michael St. James said...
    Monday, November 23, 2009

    That Marc Jacobs clutch is pretty cool, but I love your Rico bag and the Marano Glitter clutch. They all make me want to party for the holidays!

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