Sleek, clean, and created for instant organization: Consider Maiyet’s Amonet bag your new little helper. We’re seeing a lot of these über-compartmentalized bags lately, as if it’s almost a new trend, and I’m loving it. It’s like designers are finally getting the fact that function is just as important as the way things look.
Still on the fence about fringe? Linger in limbo no more. Chanel’s gutsy riff on the fashion world’s latest love interest should tip you right over. You’ll be walking with a lot more spring in your step, or at least zeal in your movements, thanks to their breeze-catching, precision-cut fringes.
Contrary to what we might hope, bags are not always “one size fits all.” Skinny, young things may be able to get away carrying just about anything, but my well-endowed girlfriends have trouble finding even a simple crossbody. While you can certainly buy any bag out there, the truth is that different bags flatter different body types. See which will work best for you!
Oh, Karl. Love him or hate him, at the end of the day, you still kind of have to love him.
My size varies depending on which type of shoe I’m wearing. Add the fact that my left foot is a bit smaller than my right, and you can imagine the fun I have shopping – and that’s just in the store! Online shopping is a whole other ball game. I refuse to miss out on all the gorgeous shoes I see perusing the sites, though…
One of two things has happened here: either my eye has changed or Dolce is growing on me. While their bags once (and not a time too long ago) looked blatantly kitsch, two of their latest designs, released today, are charmingly kitsch – and trust me, there is a big difference between the two.
The grunge-glam princess is all grown up! I’m obsessed with the upbeat razzle-dazzle of Marc Jacobs’ Resort 2015 collection…