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!
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?
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?
On the day when the BBC reports a Hermès birkin bag has sold for more than the average house price in the UK, some designer bags may seem out of reach for many of our budgets. Never fear, Bagwhispers is here! For those of you who are looking to carry a designer bag this Spring/Summer, here is a guide on the bags which will have your friends coveting your purchase, all for under £1000. Go on treat yourself!
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.
When it comes to maximum fun on a party night out you need a bag that can hold the essentials, not impede your moves on the dance floor and not change your look by going from sexy to school girl because you’ve had to sling your bag crossbody!
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”