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.
When it comes to buying a bag and you’ve got a four figure budget to spend (result!), this season, you’ll no longer fall into one of the two camps; “I want the ‘it’ bag of the season” or “I want an investment designer handbag”. The good news is for autumn/winter 2018 this collection of bags under the £1000 will last more than one season and offer the fun detailing to turn heads. You’ve just got know what to look for.
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.
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?
Here’s a run down of best bag buys for Spring 2018 – £300 edit. This is your time saver where you find out the key trends for Spring and the designer labels without the big bucks spend. No pounding the streets, scrolling multiple sites or trying to get those filters working. 6 key trends and the designer bags bang on trend.
Back by popular demand; here’s the run down of the bags that rock the season’s trends with a budget in mind. It’s the toughest challenge – find bags under £100 that feel quality and on trend for this Spring.
How do you edit the designer handbag collections to find your ‘on trend’ accessory for Spring/Summer 2018? One way is budget – how much do you want to spend? If you are wanting to spend £5000 plus, you might want to seriously weigh up investing in a classic bag from brands such as Hermès and Chanel.
It’s only fair the men get a look in when it comes to matching the accessories to the new season’s trends. Whilst the stores are still dragging out their winter sales, Spring is definitely vying for shelf space. For those guys looking to stay trend smart or for those who have a man whose accessories need a refresh (lucky them), here’s your guide to what to keep in hand!
As we wave goodbye to 2017 with 5 days to go to 2018, here’s the rundown of some of the best designer bags discovered on instagram this year. If you have any of these in your possession you are lucky indeed as they will work with some of the spring/summer 2018 trends! If you are sitting comfortably…in at…
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!
I love discovering handbag designers and I wondered whether it was time to take a break from the high street and online shops and checkout Etsy, the home of handmade and vintage goods. Is it possible to uncover the next upcoming handbag designer on Etsy?
Need a present for a man you know? Should anyone buy a man bag? AA Gill once wrote ‘The problem with a man bag is that it’s called a man bag. “Man bag” is obviously unconscionable’. So let’s drop the namesake and think practically and consider when a bag is required.
When is comes to handbags? Well, there are plenty of sustainable ideas for Christmas but they usually fall into recycled wrapping paper, crackers, greeting cards, giving to charity, rent a Christmas tree and for the Blue Planet II watchers, avoiding plastic is front of mind. But can you be sustainable when gifting a handbag?