Lately, I’ve kind of made a return to more neutral bags, but sometimes you want some boldness to complement the neutrality. This Jil Sander tote allows for both in equal measures, which I really appreciate.
You’re going to the theater, one of the greatest wells of artistic expression, so your bag needs to be equally expressive and dramatic. You must take into account what you need in a clutch that’ll be taken to this sort of venue, though. In this case, bigger isn’t better…
How good are these bags? We already know master of whimsy Charlotte Olympia can execute evening kitsch to perfection, but finding out she can do bigger bags equally well makes her my new hero.
A clutch for evening, a pouch for day, and an organizer for your tote when you need a larger bag: these types of bags are the ones that always land at the top of my list. And once I start using them, I can’t stop. BOYY’s Samuel bag is on the larger size, bigger than wallet scale, which makes it an ideal daytime clutch.
There’s nothing like a good animal print to get your engines revved, so to speak, but once you’ve seen so much leopard and zebra season after season, it’s hard for the standard exotic motifs to do the trick. Enter the Bambi effect.