April 2, 2008
post written by Bag Bliss blogger: Deysa
Versace ‘Couture Fringes’ extra large hobo.
This season, Iâ€™ve seen many brands and designers add fringe detail to their accessories, (especially targeted in handbags). What do you all think of fringe? Is the style back, or should it stay in whatever fashion era it was left in? Personally, I canâ€™t say I like it fringe, but I donâ€™t hate it either. Some handbags look decent with fringe, while others can simply be called fashion-disaster!
Take for example, Versaceâ€™s Couture Fringes extra large hobo. Many can agree, that Versaceâ€™s extra ordinary handbags are either a hit or a miss, depending on whom you ask. Some like Versaceâ€™s noticeable handbags, while others, seem to dislike the extras Versace always seems to apply to its handbags. Versaceâ€™s Couture Fringes hobo is finished in a whole grained leather body, and two-toned hardware. Laced leather runs vertically through the center of the handbag, and yes, Versace did add one of its favorite details, studs! Studs can be found running down the side of the bag, and around its zipper area. I like the dimensions of this hobo. Measuring in at 21â€? x 14â€? (excluding the fringe), this handbag is huge, and certainly not an everyday-bag size. So overall, what do I think about this Versace? Personally, I dislike it a lot; it contains way too much fringe for my taste, and the shape of the bag isnâ€™t really appealing to me. What about you Bagistaâ€™s? Would you wear this Versace?
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