Red alert for autumn and winter

There was one colour that really stood out for accessories on the AW’20 runways and that was red and you could find it quilted, padded, textured, a background to a plaid check, on large or small bags. However, if you pop down to instagram right now, you’ll be hard pressed to find bags in red. But I don’t give up easily and this something for the weekend spotlight brings you full on red inspiration in all shapes and sizes. So if you are sitting comfortably…

Let’s start with a classic

Red handbags, shoulder bags and clutch bags

The Chanel 2.55 bag designed in the 1950s by Coco herself. How about a red tweed? With the chain strap too, this scores highly for AW trends. In the UK, this is exclusive to Harrods.

Unsure about size?

Red handbags, shoulder bags and clutch bags

You can rely on Brahmin to solve your dilemma. Bestsellers stateside already!

Full of lip

Red handbags, shoulder bags and clutch bags

Get more lip appeal and head to Lulu Guinness for the Dylan bag in signature red.

Grab a baguette

Red handbags and shoulder bags

When you need to reach for a smaller strap shoulder bag, Shrimps brings you the Dawson bag, recently added to their collection new colours.  But shop wisely and you might find the all over red one it in the sales on some of the online luxury fashion stores.

Logo love

Red handbags and shoulder bags

This brand doesn’t require an introduction, however Louis Vuitton likes to keep it fresh with a graffiti style to their motif. You’ll make an impact with this bag.

There you have it, my five favourite red bags on instagram this week. If you need more inspiration for autumn/winter fashion bags check out:

Header photo credit: Vogue Espana with Dior in red.

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