My biggest complaint about very structured handbags is the fact that no matter how attractive they are, most are extremely uncomfortable to carry. With the stiff corners and heavy textiles, most handles are either rolled or just as structured and shoulder-aching themselves. Chloé proves that structured pieces can be just as comfortable with one of their latest, the Darla Shoulder Bag.
The first in-your-face feature is the unique squared body of pebbled leather in a richly dyed shade of Royal Blue. Looks a little purple to me, but of course we’re taking Chloé word on its true color description. This feminine silhouette is most definitely attractive, but as the French House tends to craft their accessories, they usually arrive a little on the over weight side. You would usually expect to see a little more pounds of hardware on a Chloé, but this time around, the House has limited the metal and gone for a much cleaner and vintage-esque look. For a couture look, simply pull the shoulder straps back and carry this on the crook of the arm by means of its leather top handles, but the greatest alterations of all are the smooshy flat leather shoulder straps that give this bag a chance of qualifying as one of the most comfortable Chloé bags out there.