Happy Blue Moon Friday, Roundup readers! We have reached the end of July, and for many of us that means summer is winding down.
I love a bag with some mystery to it. This Inge Christopher clutch feels like something you picked up while on an exotic vacation, but – surprise! – you can buy it without picking up a plane ticket, and for under $200, no less. Rich-looking, smooth yet textural, and as discreet as can be, the wood panels are striking and unique.
If you follow @purseblog on Instagram , you may have already seen the newest addition to the PurseBlog family.
It seems like every season, more and more exotics are available, many of them at the extreme end of the price continuum.
Manolo Blahnik has always been a man who does things at his own pace. While almost all designers hopped on the platform bandwagon in the mid-2000s, Blahnik was steadfast, sticking with the single-sole shoes he’s made for decades
Whether it’s getting dressed to run a quick errand or doing it up with just enough drama for a major event, there are a select few out there who always make it look effortless.
It’s time for our midweek roundup of eBay ‘s best bags and accessories. Scouring eBay for deals is one of our favorite parts of the job, and this week we found some fantastic buys on Louis Vuitton , Chanel and Prada bags, plus some fabulous
Sometimes you’ve just got to simplify your life, and it all starts with the wallet. Take a close look at what you have in your giant continental wallet, and you will find useless receipts, business cards from people you can’t even remember meeting, club cards for random stores, and way too many coins. Read the full post Top 5 Handiest Cardholders: Change Your Wallet, Change Your Life which appeared first on Snob Essentials .
Bag: Tod’s Note Bag Price: $1,545 via Net-a-Porter Why It’s the Bag of the Week: If you’re looking for a new bag to take to the office all year, look no further than this discreet, roomy tote.
It’s not hard to remember when the phrase “fake bag” automatically brought to mind images of plasticky, faux Louis Vuitton monograms, but according to a Women’s Wear Daily investigation , that’s no longer the case in New York City’s Chinatown. Instead, knockoffs of less-expensive brands like Tory Burch and MICHAEL Michael Kors are taking over.