6.17.2010

122: Minkoff McLovin'

It has been quite awhile since I have given Handbags some love on my blog. Which is weird since I work with them every single day. It is not hard for me to fall in love with a handbag. But I am definitely a picky person when it comes to actually buying them. I tend to be a designer snob and don't have the dinero to drop on them whenever I want.

Rebecca Minkoff Handbags are amazing. I LOVE her style and vision. I think that she is a designer who thinks outside of the box and reaches the non "IT" girl. She has gotten so much press over the last year. There are currently two bags that I am lusting over. I have to find a way to sneak in these beauties into my handbags wardrobe!

I currently own these bags...

The left bag is the Morning After Clutch ( MAC) and my version is in black leather with hot pink piping and gold hardware. I also own the same clutch in Gray. Love them both. They go with so many things and can be worn three ways: a clutch, a short shoulder bag or crossbody.

The right bag is the Tye Dye Morning After Bag (the iconic RM shape that put her on the map). I own it in black and white and the leather is so incredibly soft. My mom actually asked if the bag was fur or suede since it looked soft from far away. Great size and shape.

These are the two bags I am lusting over...
The left bag is the True Love hobo. Being that I am a hopeless romantic and tend to have a love for rocker chic this is the perfect bag for me. Hobo's are my FAVORITE shape and the first bags that I am drawn too! I love the gunmetal studs and the touch of fringe. This is a MUST HAVE!

The right bag is the Nikki in Python. I love the color of this bag. It is a neutral that has a sophisticated feel in a boho shape. It is so light weight. I would wear this with everything. It can be dressed up or down. LOVE!

{all images via nordstrom.com}

1 comment:

  1. I adore Rebecca Minkoff bags. The MAB is by far my favorite, of course. :)

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