Please, tell me, what is the first thing that comes to mind when you see this handbag? I don’t know about you, but I see a cross between a disco ball and an ’80s stud machine that went on a rampage. I guess you pretty much already know how I feel about the Sonia Rykiel Dita Shoulder Bag; I’m not a fan. The stud embroidered hobo is just way too much for my eyes to handle. In fact, there is so much studding that you can’t even see what I imagine/hope to be gorgeous violet leather. If the studding wasn’t enough, add chain handles to the bag and you have a silver catastrophe on your hands. I am really starting to get the impression that the folks over at Sonia Rykiel can’t make a handbag without copious amounts of studding; remember the otherDita Shoulder Bag? As I think most people are, bringing out the rocker chick side of you can be fun which is I guess the look this bag is trying to get after. However, I don’t really see much fun about it. All that studding will either burn your arm on a hot sunny day or freeze your arm during the depths of winter. What do you think? Is there anything salvageable about this handbag? If so, buy through Net-a-Porter for $2,300.

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  • Anilu Magloire

    Yikes! SR has always been too ut there for my taste.

  • MizzJ

    Totally agree with you on this one. plus imagine in the summer after wearing it a couple hours – you’d have stud marks all over your arms! So not attractive.

  • annabel79

    I actually love these studded Rykiel bags. Very chic for a rock n’ roll bag and it’s great that they are never plastered with logos.

  • assi

    Not my taste. Reminds me of the 80s – in a bad way!

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