Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Spring Upgrades—the Handbag Edition

Last Friday we turned your attention to the floral print to inspire an appreciation for all things blossoming in your life—bouquets, gardens, and new beginnings. And the Friday before that we showed you how to fight the winter blues by adding pops of beautiful color to your outfit. Continuing the same trend, this week we focus on another Spring Upgrade—the handbag! Whether you’re donning an all=black ensemble or a mixed-color outfit, the perfect finishing touch is an enviable handbag that is not only stylish, but—perhaps more important—can carry all your stuff! Here are some of the favorites we’re seeing this season.

 

10879113_4629832_1000‘Banner’ Tote by Burberry

This iconic Burberry creation is the epitome of luxury, character, and contemporary fashion.

 

 537026_in_xlSquare Leather Tote by Sophie Hume

This baby-pink version of the square tote by Sophie Hume is perfectly sized to fit your smartphone and i-Pad, with a zipped pocket to secure your cards and keys.

 

 

Red buckle bag[1]Calf Tote with Roller Buckle by Calvin Klein

Now this, says Boss Lady. This tote features a roller buckle with an engraved embossed logo, two interior open compartments, and three interior pockets—for going from work to play.

_9914940‘2Jours Elite’ Leather Shopper by Fendi

The beauty in this piece is simply its richly hued color. And yet, its sleek and sophisticated character also creates an impeccable effect.

517954_fr_ppMoon Tote by J.W. Anderson

This angular silhouette in J.W.Anderson’s leather “Moon” tote is reminiscent of architectural shapes and angles. The army-green design has a spacious, twill-lined interior—perfect for work or travel.

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  • Leslie in Oregon March 13, 2015 at 6:24 pm

    Beautiful bags, especially the Calvin Klein! How about showing us some beautiful bags, however, that don’t cost more than what I hope I would be willing to pay no matter how much money I had?

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