Interwoven leather fans know that this appealing technique on a handbag always comes off as feminine, striking and makes a great alternative to your typical leather accessory. I’m a fan of such textured accessories, they instantly up-notch your typical classic leather tote bag. No logos or flashy hardware is needed on these heavily textured pieces; the simple admiration of this technique is enough to draw bag-loving stares directly to its design.
Ever since I won a gorgeous Swarovski clutch right here on The Bag Forum, I’ve been obsessed with clutches. They’re adorable and can really stand out with the right outfit. I recently carried my clutch in Vegas to an intimate show and I received so many compliments on it! Even the main performer loved it! You can always have a gorgeous outfit but the right accessories finish an outfit. That’s what I believe at least.
Swarovski clutches are pricey! Not as pricey as Judith Leiber‘s but they still cost a pretty penny. I learned of designer Sondra Roberts about a year ago and she she makes beautiful clutches that are all reasonably priced!
Ahh… the clutch! Every girl should own at least one great clutch for that formal occasion or night out in town. The fun idea of a clutch is that it’s an acceptable way to carry trendy or very eye catching designs that you normally wouldn’t encounter on an everyday handbag. Take for example the ‘Grape’ Kiss lock clutch by Sondra Roberts, cool concept and very unique indeed, but I can’t imagine running into someone carrying this design, say on a large tote bag.
I always thought flowers belonged in a garden, but I guess I thought wrong. Flowers are pretty, but I don’t know how I feel about actually carrying one around as a clutch. The Sondra Roberts “Rose” Satin Box Clutch is unique looking, but at the same time it’s odd. I currently own a Swarovski Box Clutch, thanks to Bagbliss, and after owning such a gorgeous clutch it’s easy to pick apart other ones.