I always talk about how a great zip wallet could function perfectly well as a clutch, but it’s rare that a clutch functions as a wallet. In the case of this See by Chloe Chantilly Leather Tassel Zip Wallet, I was completely mistaken and thought I was looking at a clutch before I read the name of the wallet.
I understand that I may be alone on this one, but it’s a risk I’m willing to take. Unlike, well, a lot of people, I love the strange mountainous bohemian style that JADEtribe propones. It just has so many things that I like very much, not to mention that it is eco-friendly.
If there’s something I’m a fan of, it’s oversized clutches. I don’t own one, but I still appreciate them, and this Rebecca Minkoff Eyelet Clutch certainly personifies the unique qualities that I’d look for in a big clutch.
Signature Rebecca Minkoff hardware?
When it comes to happy, summery bags, I immediately think of Kate Spade. Growing up in the South in a city where Lilly Pulitzer abounds, the Kate Spade brights would always come out when the weather warmed up. Without fail, something like this Kate Spade Jane Street Neda Calfskin Wallet would be paired with a bright little cardi and a Pulitzer dress.
What better way to unwind after a long day of final exams than to go shopping? I know. It’s hard to beat. I headed downtown to the Botkier Sample Sale to celebrate another year of college successfully finished. I had strict orders from my mother for what she wanted, and I also planned to get something for my grandmother, who’s currently visiting from Mexico.
As PurseBlog’s resident proponent of the bohemian style, I feel it’s my duty to introduce yet another Antik Batik style to you readers. This Antik Batik Ciena Big Bag is quintessentially boho, but manages to be rather un-messy and simple as far as the style goes.