When I wrote about the Rebecca Minkoff Iridescent Elle, I knew it would sell out quickly, and it did. I can’t find this bag anywhere online right now, but for all of you who wanted a closer look, I can give you that.
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This past weekend I went to my friend’s baby shower, which is the first of many to come in the next few months. I’ve hit that stage in life where many of my friends are pregnant, so I find myself checking out baby bags and accessories often. In 2005, I wrote about the Gucci Baby Carrier, and that post still gets tons of comments to this day.
I’ve been super excited to share the bag I designed with Mackage, and the time is finally here! We’re pleased to introduce the Mackage x PurseBlog Nomad Bag, which I helped design with the hectic lives of modern women in mind. Even though it’s my first design venture, I knew what I wanted to create: a bag that was functional for my busy life, a bag that is easy to carry and works with everything in my closet, and a bag that stands out from everything else I own.
It’s been a long time in the making, but the bag I designed with Mackage will be hitting the runway in the brand’s Spring 2014 Runway show during Toronto Fashion Week this Wednesday. It’s my first personal design venture, and I love the final result and know you will too. Vlad and I will be in Toronto to see the show and celebrate the unveiling of the Mackage x PurseBlog bag, and to get my look right, I want your help picking the perfect coat from Mackage for the show!
When this bag went down the runway, it was my absolute favorite bag and I knew I would have to have it. So I sat around waiting for this bag to hit the virtual shelves and the Rebecca Minkoff Iridescent Elle finally has.
The Elle is a bag many of you Minkettes may know about, it was named after fashion blogger BryanBoy’s grandmother, but the design is all Rebecca Minkoff.
We shared a three part series on Gucci Bamboo, including the history of, the making of, and the authority of Gucci Bamboo. It’s easy to see why Gucci Bamboo has secured a place in the accessories world, as the quality and craftsmanship reign supreme and the designs are impeccable.
I’ve been using my Gucci Bamboo Shopper for a few weeks now and it is one of my favorite bags of my entire collection.
We mentioned it earlier in the week, but we’ve been holding in the exciting details of our major giveaway since then. We wanted to celebrate National Handbag Day with a huge handbag giveaway for you, and what better bag than the highly coveted Chanel Boy Flap Bag in classic black with ruthenium hardware. We’ve partnered with one of our favorite sites, The Zoe Report, for this Ultimate It Bag Giveaway.
Tomorrow is National Handbag Day, and the entire PurseBlog team is so thrilled to celebrate with you! We’ve been sharing some of the best stories about handbags with you this week, including the story behind PurseBlog, my bags around the world and a fun post calling out the the best handbag name-checks in musical history.
Today I want to share five bags I would love to carry tomorrow to celebrate my new favorite holiday, National Handbag Day.
It’s been quite the journey for me with PurseBlog, and over the past nine years, I’ve amassed quite the bag collection. I like to travel when I can and I always take a few bags with me on my trips. We thought it would be fun to round up some photos of my bags and the places I’ve taken them on this journey we call life.
I’m a true accessory girl, and while handbags have the top spot in my heart, I love jewelry as well. Classic and beautiful pieces are a staple which can help dress up your look; something high-end can be paired with a piece as simple as a threaded bracelet and still look great together. When Tiffany announced that it would be reintroducing the Tiffany & Co.