When it comes to buying a designer handbag, what budget should you set? There are some fashionistas who struggle with the possibility of finding a designer handbag for under £1000. Fear not! It can be done, and these 10 beauties prove it – as they all ring up for under £500.
About this time most of us talk about changing from our summer outfits and looking to our autumn and winter wardrobe but accessories don’t tend to feature much in the chat. How do you stay on trend and transition through the seasons, without breaking the bank on a one hit wonder?
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…
Whether you’re a ‘splash the cash’ type of shopper or ‘smart and savvy’, a good starting place for planning a new season wardrobe is seeking inspiration from the catwalk. So if you didn’t happen to make it to Paris, New York, London, Milan etc (who does!), here’s your guide to the designer handbags for Autumn/winter 18. Introducing the top 10 selection.
It’s time! It’s the sales and there are many bag retailers advertising 50% off. So if you haven’t had your eye on a specific bag, don’t worry, you can now enjoy an armchair view of the best deals out there.
The honeymoon period is officially over and the photos from the most snapped wedding of the year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (aka Prince Harry and Meghan Markle), have been poured over. And the bag of choice held by their many guests, on this special occasion, was the understated clutch bag.
This week’s Sunday Specials on instagram are helping us get beach ready. This is no April Fools nor am I talking about getting beach body ready on Easter Sunday – pass me another mini egg! But now that it’s Easter, we can start counting down until we are on that beach break, with sand between the toes and the bags that can hold your sun essentials.
When it comes to a special occasion which bag is that you reach for and have your event needs covered? Some would say the classic clutch bag. But anyone who has spent a day at the races or at an English wedding, where you are expected to go from day to evening effortlessly; might want to have a bit more space in the bag. Hands up who’s going to the Royal Wedding in Windsor this May?
This Spring you are forgiven for choosing a bag with its ‘all over colour’, likely to be a pastel (maybe lilac) or primary (pillar box red), the two key colour trends. Single colour bags are everywhere. But let’s not overlook those whose designs are intriguing, so much so, its practically art! Step away from the monochrome and say hello to the detail!