niedziela, 30 października 2011

The Best Bags Of F/W 2011 Season

Above I'm posting images of bags, which British Vogue on its homepage , thought of as a must-have accessorie this season.
Of course I wasn't able to post each and every, (as there were 100 of them) but I picked the one that I thought were the most interesting and unique.
When you’re in a hurry, a bag that can house everything is top of your wish list. Wish no further and throw everything in here – but be rest assured, you won’t look chaotic on the outside

Loewe -
Orange isn’t the easiest of colours to wear when it comes to clothes. But it’s a different story when it comes to accessories

Topshop - Winter is the time to embrace texture. Do so with this vintage-style satchel. 
Givenchy -
This is one of those bags that will make for quite the talking point: “What’s that on your bag?” To which you can reply Givenchy’s panthers. Enough said and everyone will be impressed. 

Miu Miu - 
 Statement clasps are like jewellery in their own right, which means your bag will get all the more admiration. Too right. 
Christopher Kane -
These bags have been at the top of everyone’s wish lists this season
- Sleek and grown-up, this is the sort of bag we see worn with a crisp white shirt and perfectly coiffed hair.
Bowling bags were put back on the map thanks to the Celine autumn/winter 2011-12 collection. It’s sleek, kind of manly and that’s why we like it. 

 It always pays to invest in a bag that is just as practical as it is smart. This one ticks both those boxes, but will also look suitably cool when it’s on the more battered side of life

- Michael Kors is the man behind understated chic, but the main word to take note of here is chic. This bag is on our 100 list for that exact reason
 Proving he does more than just pretty dresses and accompanying accessories, Mr Wu gives us substantial bags too. 

                                                                                           VICTORIA BECKHAM - 
             Every girl needs a classic handbag. Look no further. 
- What's not to fall for here? There's something so fresh in the pistachio shade and so smart in the shape. Hint hint.

 Everyone loves a Chanel bag. This, though a little more industrial-looking than its quilted numbers, is still pulling on our Art Deco heart strings

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