Need inspiration for the forthcoming party season? Think Halloween parties, college balls, award ceremonies, thanksgiving gatherings, festive parties. And today is National Handbag Day (I kid you not), somewhere in world and handbags are the ideal party bag. However, there are many bag shapes and styles to consider for the party season; whether it’s a LBD or a full on sequined outfit. These are the bags that won’t cramp your style but can carry your essentials.Continue reading “Bags of party vibes”
As international Fashion Weeks continue showcasing next year’s spring and summer inspiration, here’s something for the weekend for those who are feeling the seasons change but are seeking the trends for cooler temperatures. I love falling into autumn and winter as the fashion becomes richer not just in colour but texture. And the best bags on insta in September all celebrate a colour or texture to stand out. So if you’re sitting comfortably, here’s your quick fire edit of the five favourite bags for winter 2021.Continue reading “Sunday Special: best on instagram in September”
It’s not a surprise for fashion in pastels to appear in spring/summer. Last year we saw the resurgence of lilac accessories. Good news, this year, any hue of pastel will be on trend, as long as you co-ordinate with your outfit. And just like Max Mara who showed the leather bag in their SS21 fashion show, pretty does not mean small and discreet – this year any shape will go. Here are my five favourite pastel bags spotted on insta this month. Enjoy the inspiration from April.Continue reading “Pretty in pastels on insta this month.”
As we get ready to say farewell to March and hello to April, it’s time for a round up on fashion’s largest window, instagram. It feels like we’re moving closer to getting out and about so inspiration for the spring and summer wardrobes is needed. For the regulars who pop into Bagwhispers.com know that they can spare the internet scrolling and enjoy a short, sharp edit of bag fashion each month. And this month, I’ve got some treats for you!Continue reading “#fridayfeeling – the 5 favourite bags on insta this March”
So sang Blur in 1995 and when it comes to town versus country, country styles are classics. And now more than ever country fashion styles are coming to the fore – well who knew we would be getting to know our own countryside more than ever this year – thanks to lockdowns giving us a new appreciation of the staycation. So when ‘in the country’, what bag style should you consider for country life? Think texture! Here are the bag styles and five brands for some stand out country living.Continue reading “Lots of rural charm in the country!”
There is one bag that recycles itself nicely from a summer’s night out to a winter party night and that’s the beaded bag. And this is the time to pick up a bargain if you aren’t already an owner, as you’ll catch many beaded bags in the end of summer sales. If you are shopping, my top tip is to think ahead of what you might wear to say Christmas cocktails, so the beaded bag can transition your wardrobe seamlessly. Here are a collection of beaded bags, some iconic brands that can carry a hefty price tag with some bargain options thrown in too. Here are the 10 beaded bag brands and styles for nights out out! Continue reading “King of the beads”
As you sashay through autumn and right up until the end of March next year, make sure your look is a bag with a chain strap, or at least with a chain embellishments, to rock one of the trending bag styles. If you’re someone who loves investment bags, this’ll be the season to remove the dust bag from your Stella McCartney Falabella or the classic Chanel flap shoulder bag; lucky you if you have one in tweed as you’ll double down on the season’s trends; chain and check! However, if you find that chain straps can make a bag unnecessarily heavy, it’s time to give them a second go as there are lots of new designs to consider. Here’s my top buy chain bags for you…and your shoulders. Continue reading “The chain gang! The bag style for AW’20”
This Sunday Special is all about the oversized. This is one of the rare, guilt free moments, to go super size…on your bag. That’s right, once these virus days are over, you’ll want to channel one of the key fashion trends from the SS’20 runways – the oversized tote bag. And this isn’t some far out crystal ball prediction. Think about it, after all the days on lock down, when we get the green light to move freely again, we’re going to want to max the hell out of those daylight hours. And there’s only one bag that can help you navigate all your needs from day to night, and that’s the ‘on trend’ large tote bags.
Here’s your guide to SS’20 fashion trends. It’s your quick way to get ready for when the Christmas and New Year sales are finished and the stores start filling up with the new fashion for your spring and summer wardrobe. There are 5 key trends to put on your radar:
If you’re thinking of visiting London in 2020, a stop in South Kensington, to the V&A museum, should be high on the list. This wonderfully fashion centric destination will be home to 300 items curated for a show, Bags: Inside & Out. From all sizes of items in which we carry our belongings, expect to see the original Fendi baguette, a Fabergé egg bag by New York’s Judith Leiber to Marc Jacobs one-off for Louis Vuitton. Whilst we wait for the doors to swing open to this exhibition in April, let’s think about what bag will be ideal for a city break. Yes, the crossbody is the bag that lets you be hands-free as you roam. Here are the 10 crossbody bags that will work well with London’s vibrant scene.
When it comes to the best designer handbags, there are many lists out there. Ones showcasing the most popular, the best investments, the classic bags. But when you’ve decided that you want to treat yourself to a designer bag that will stand the test of time, where do you start? Try this list if you don’t want to sell your car to own a Hèrmes or are too full of anxiety about fakes when buying second hand.
This list is no ordinary collection of designer bags. What you have here is a list of 10 well known designers, whose bag styles have and will stand the test of time. It’s been curated to ensure a great cost per wear. These iconic bags will delight future outfits and yes, you’ll take them out of the dust bag more than once a year!
It’s Saturday and that means it’s time for ‘something for the weekend’. This mini collection is a shortlist of my five favourite bags on instagram from the last week. The trend is this season’s fashion bag: the top handle handbag. There are so many available in the shops, here are the 5 that I think will really stand out. So if you’re sitting comfortably….
Yes it can be done – a designer bag that rocks the fashion trends for this autumn winter, can be bought for under £300 or $300! This pay day may well mean a handbag treat for you that will see you all the way through to April, bringing you the best value or cost per wear ever. First though, let’s just remind ourselves of some of the key bag trends for AW’19/20:
The speed guide to the AW’19 fashion bag trends is here and the tip is to focus on two styles that will guarantee you ‘en vogue’ points: go for a top handle bag or a micro bag. Both trends have been sneaking their way on to the designer catwalks but now they are elbowing their way as this season’s dominant styles. And here’s your inspiration for your autumn wardrobe shopping. Sitting comfortably? Here’s my top 10: