Cynthia Vincent Dunnaway Colorblock Satchel
Twelfth St. by Cynthia Vincent is described as feminine, hip, and confident. When people hear the name, they probably think of the clothing line. Comfortable and sexy, her clothing pieces (I love her dresses!) are every girl’s dream. But handbags… yes, she does handbags as well. What an odd mix they can be too! She has everything from bright prints to neutral colorblocking. Speaking of colorblocking, I want you to take a look at this satchel I came across today. Introducing the Cynthia Vincent Dunnaway Colorblock Satchel!
I was convinced colorblocking was on its way out the door, but this designer has breathed new life into it. I love the combination of black and brown, which seems to be the hot new thing for this coming Fall season. The center panel features a snake-embossed texture. It is flanked on each side with smooth lambskin leather, one side black and the other side brown. I love the slouchy and oversized shape of this satchel. It is sort of like a large rectangle with each of the four corners folded in. It looks great carried on the arm, but the optional shoulder strap provides some versatility for when you need your hands free.
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