Okay, Taylor Swift’s bags have been especially on-point this week. First we had the preppy Cambridge Satchel, and now a ladylike Roger Vivier Ines!
Is Balenciaga attempting to usher in a new era of label-flashing? Looks like they’re at least giving it a go. I have mixed feeling about these new Cabas totes. On the one hand, a simplistic logo set on beige canvas and trimmed with black leather is so modest and pared-down, it’s chic…
Taylor Swift’s style has certainly evolved over the years (as any young woman’s would), but one thing has remained the same: she wears what she likes, not what costs the most.
The new era of Coach is in full effect, as Stuart Vevers continues to up the once-tired brand’s game. This cute, textured-leather mini bag (long live the mini!) is an easy and accessible gem, one you’ll want to toss on crossbody come weekend or off-duty hours.
All of Sophie Hulme’s bags have gotten so good as of late, but there’s one motif I’m currently fixated on. I’m in the mood for anything laser-cut, which makes the Dora tote a must-have purchase of the moment.
The Anya satchel is my favorite bag from the Snob Essentials Cinderella collection. Our fairy-tale ingénue is all grown-up, leaving the pumpkins behind and embracing big-city style. She’s also developed an elevated flair for drama.