Fashion has long been accepting of incorporating high street labels into your season’s wardrobe and bags are no exception. And, the start of the year is often a time when we set ourselves goals, one of which might be to spend less or to save more. The good news is the high street labels, once terrible for good looking and quality bags (zips to tear your skin off, if you’re not careful) are now a delight for on trend bag fashion. So with the spring and summer 2021 fashion trends in mind, here’s my top 10 of high street hits for bag fashion.Continue reading “High street hits at the start of 2021”
In many places across the world lockdown is easing and the non essential shops are getting ready to open. However, the last two to three months saw most of us switch to online. So it’s probably worth reminding ourselves of the gems that can be found on our towns’ and cities’ high streets. Let’s take a more local view and see where we can support the shops that are on the high street, which provide a central hub and local employment. And let’s take a wardrobe staple, the summer woven bag, to show the striking designs that you can uncover. Here are 10 of the best woven bags to discover now; from under £10 to £300.
It’s a weird time to review which designer store is best for the fashion bags for spring/summer 2020 when a global pandemic if forcing us to ‘batten down the hatches’. Making adjustments as the virus affects the spring calendar can come in the form of lowering your budget for your spring/summer designer wardrobe. So what happens when you compare 3 of the top designer stores when searching for the perfect designer fashion bag, whilst setting a maximum spending limit of £1000?
As a Londoner born and bred I like to think I know my way around the captial. With a passion for bags I also like to bring you where’s best to shop; which store has the best selection of bags – who will over deliver in choice so you don’t won’t have sore feet at the end of the day.
Yes, it is the return of the department store designer handbag offerings and I’ve taken two of the most established department stores in London. Fenwick opened on New Bond Street in 1891 and Selfridges, just a 5 minute stroll away, on Oxford Street in 1909.
Both with great retailing heritage should provide exceptional shopping experiences. Continue reading “Handbags on Oxford Street & New Bond Street”
There are reviews of handbags aplenty, so how do I help you navigate the choice that is out there? Well, if you find yourself in London SW1, along the Brompton Road, Continue reading “Handbags in Knightsbridge”