House of YiliY by yilin chen
As I get older, my fashion tastes are starting to lean toward the more classy, sophisticated and timeless pieces. Before our economy took a dive I always bought handbags I loved, for no reason at all. I didn’t care if they matched my wardrobe or not, if I liked a purse I bought it. Now I’m more sensible, for me to purchase a handbag these days I have to convince myself I will carry it non-stop. Being able to use a handbag year round is a big factor for me today or I simply won’t purchase it.
When I heard about new designer Yiliy, I was instantly intrigued. The name was catchy and definitely sounded different. Then as soon as I looked at the gallery of handbags the “Le Matin” instantly caught my eye. Black, golden hardware, and classy, which we all know is my favorite kind of handbag. I could totally envision myself using this handbag constantly. It’s simplicity at it’s best. Nothing I love more than a beautiful handbag that’s not too trendy but has the ability to be iconic. Rebecca Minkoff started her career off with the lovely “Morning After Bag” which is now one of the most sought after handbags in the fashion scene. I really believe, the “Le Matin” will be the bag in Yilin Chen’s collection that will be iconic.
Yilin Chen is a designer based in Manhattan but she is no stranger to fashion. Ms. Chen started her career in the art world and was even the chief designer for a New York based handbag line for four years. In 2011, she decided to come out with her own handbag line and I’d say she did a fantastic job. As I stated above, I’m in love with the “Le Matin” and I can’t wait to see what Yilin Chen comes out with next for Yiliy.
You can see the handbags for yourself at House of Yiliy
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