Trend Alert: Organic Elements
When I think of handbags that are composed of natural materials, I normally think of those chunky straw beach totes. You remember those, right? I think they were pretty popular a few years ago. Well guess what ladies! Natural materials are making a comeback for Spring/Summer 2010! But these new accessories are far from the stereotypical straw tote. In fact, they are like nothing you have ever seen before! Think organic accents, unexpected materials, and reinvented straw. Be prepared to throw all of your old ideas about natural materials out the window because these handbags are anything but ordinary. Below you will find some of my favorite pieces from this new organic elements trend. And the best part? These definitely aren’t beach bags!
Mar Y Sol Opal Metallic Clutch
This cute little straw clutch features a metallic pinstripe accent. I think it would be the perfect accessory for those summer evening outings.
Find it at ShopBop.com!
Tory Burch Channing Glazed Leather Hobo
Looking for an everyday bag? This lovely leather hobo is accented with a natural rope shoulder strap. What a fun way to add a little interest to an otherwise basic-looking bag!
Find it at Nordstrom!
Elie Tahari Melody Cork Tote
Can you believe this bag is made of cork? Weird… but it actually looks pretty cool! I think it would make a great shopping tote!
Find it at Zappos.com!
Bottega Veneta Intrecciato Paglia Boston Tote
Just in case you missed this beauty the first time around, here it is again in all its glory! This gorgeous satchel features the classic Bottega Veneta woven leather with raffia accents.
Find it at Net-A-Porter!
The Chat: organic elements!
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