Something for the weekend – bags on location

Today’s Sunday Special rounds up the bags spotted on instagram this week that bring drama to your feed.  There are no apologies for the indulgent shots taken by some of your favourite handbag designers; from high art to all the fun of the fair.  To help you get into the Autumn/winter vibe, cast your eyes of these 5 fabulous bags…

1  If you’re not planning on straddling a horse on a carousel anytime soon, Mark Cross’s Dorothy bag is an ideal accompaniment for this season’s silk blouses.

Something for the weekend - 5 favourite bags on instagram

2  Reach heavenly heights with Âme Moi Santana top handle handbag with shoulder strap in bright red.  Combine with a long leather coat this season.

Something for the weekend - 5 favourite bags on instagram

3  One of Britain’s quintessential designers, Aspinal of London is spotted in Paris rocking two Autumn/winter fashion trends; tweed and animal print.  This bag works both!

Something for the weekend - 5 favourite bags on instagram

4  Whilst the US was celebrating New York Fashion Week, the French were at Deauville Film Festival, celebrating American films where Perrin was spotted with this blue beauty!

Something for the weekend - 5 favourite bags on instagram

5  Whilst Vogue spotted capes as one of this season’s outer garmet trends, Delvaux shows off this red hot shoulder bag coming out of the green backdrop.  This is your curtain call!

Something for the weekend - 5 favourite bags on instagram

This collection shows us that we should still embrace the top handle bags for AW18.  And avoid dusting off the dependable black bag but seek out the colours that will accent your silks and tweeds.

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Photo credit: Phil Desforges on Unsplash

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