Maybe a bold headline but one that takes inspiration from a great performer playing in the background as I type – James Brown. Now he was a man who wasn’t afraid of styling and in my defence, men tend to need a bit of help with their bag styling. If you have a man in your life who needs a new bag, here are the styles and choices that are in demand.
Inspiration on instagram is becoming more and more difficult to find with the increasing number of sponsored posts and fashion labels filling their feed with spring fashion that isn’t available to buy just yet. However, have I got a ‘Sunday Special’ for you – I’ve navigated the feeds and have spotted a bag trend that will rock this winter and help you move into Spring and Summer effortlessly. How about that for a heads up!
What bags are ‘so good lookin’, so refined’ when you have a budget of up to £5000? Plenty of bags of distinction and brands fall into the shortlist. Overlay the fashion trends for winter 2018 and there are 10 designer handbags that you should spend a little time perusing.
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?
Here it is, one of the most popular round ups every season, the best buys for bags on trend for autumn and winter 2018. All of these beauties are under £100. These top 10 are as a result of popping into the high street stores to grab a feel, all in the name of checking quality and then comparing with online stores for value.
If you’ve had the time to glance over my 3 guides to Autumn/winter ’18 fashion styles and bag shapes, you will know that I’m encouraging, urging or some might say begging you to invest or inject colour into your bag wardrobe. T’is the season to embrace ochres, purple, reds, greens and some shades of blue.
When the BBC asks ‘Why is the man bag on the rise?’ it’s my job to highlight the new season’s bag trends for the men who like an accessory to transport their belongings. Autumn/winter 2018’s executive summary of bag trends for men is fairly simple, cross body bags and bags worn over one shoulder; yep just the same as a women’s shoulder bag. But how many men do you know who’ll be rushing to adopt either of these two styles?
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…
Wow are we in for a treat this season! The Autumn/Winter trends are packed to the brim with prints, in both wool and silks; it’s a fabric feast. And these prints are bold – not for the faint-hearted. Don’t worry, you don’t have to go head to toe dressed in animal print. Bagwhispers is here to the rescue. You can use your bag as the season accent!
Yep that’s colour with a ‘u’. I’m a Londoner and you just can take those extra vowels out of my language. But despite my spelling differences with the American English software, we tend to see very few differences in colours for seasonal fashion. So wherever you shop or are located in the world, in this global economy expect to take your pick from these colours in the Autumn/Winter 2018 palette. Continue reading “Your guide to Autumn/Winter trends: step 1 – colours”
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.