This is your guide to the Christmas and New Year sales when shopping for a handbag. My golden rule to avoid a bag bargain that ends up at the back of the wardrobe and never sees the light of day, is to try and find a bag that will rock the incoming season.
It’s that time of the month when you have Christmas items ticked off your list; presents bought, maybe a few more to wrap, food ordered, cards written and posted. But have you got yourself sorted? Give yours truly a thought. Here’s a little prompt with retailers that can still get you your holiday break all bagged up without breaking the bank!
When it comes to an item of clothing we may all share, the humble pair of jeans has got to be up there. In shades from ice blue to dark indigo, with maybe an extra pair too; black with well placed rips or a pair of ankle cropped whites for the summer holidays?
Fall into winter; the clocks have gone back and the temperature drops. Time to wrap up warm and throw on a coat. In your haste to get out of the door, give a second thought to the bag which will buddy up with your winter outfit.
Having spotted some of the best bags from well known designer catwalk collections to wear this Autumn/Fall and Winter, I was set the challenge of finding handbags that rock the season’s fashion trends, but with one caveat, all had to be priced under £100! Continue reading “10 handbags that rock winter trends, all under £100”
There’s nothing like a full day of rain to shift the mindset from summer days to winter nights. Last night I even switched from a glass of prosecco to a full bodied red! So whether we are ready or not, the fashion media are and they are coming at you with the impending season’s trends for Autumn or Fall (for our state-side readers).
It is the time of year when study courses are being confirmed. And in London it is reported that handbag design is one of the fastest growing areas of fashion. With a variety of courses, universities and colleges offering different ways to study are you best to take a selection of short courses to specialise in specific areas, or invest in a 3 to 4 year degree, with qualification at the end?
The bright stars of the UK’s fashion industry debuted at Graduate Fashion Week, held at the Truman Brewery on London’s vibrant Brick Lane. Trying to find the handbag designers of the future in and among the many fashion courses on show wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be. However, the results are 5 stand out designers. Continue reading “The Bag Stars of Graduate Fashion Week London 2017”