Jimmy Choo Martha Clutch

The tribal theme has caught on at Jimmy Choo and there are two accessories that not only look amazing together but also give a smashing effect. Pairing the Jimmy Choo Martha Clutch with the Jimmy Choo Corsica Sandals will make a bold impact. My attention has moved from the calming ivory and neutrals of my wedding theme to in-your-face animal prints. Opposite ends of the spectrum, sure, why not? Wear the perfect little black dress and add vavoom with your accessories, that is our motto here. This Jimmy Choo clutch appeals to my need for animal print. What I love most is the leopard printed pony is broken up in the middle of the bag with tan suede. This gives you the animal print you desire without going overboard. The clutch is zip expandable and is featured, along with the stunning shoes, in the SS09 Advertising Campaign. Buy through Jimmy Choo for $1,595.

  • M_butterfly

    I love everything with an animal print and this is no exception. I am not so sure about the shoes though.

  • B

    LOVE the shoes and the bag! *drools…

  • janis

    This is one of my favs of the SS2009 Choos!

  • chloehandbags

    Love them both together. :)

    I only have two slight issues with the clutch – the first is the central suede panel, which I love the look of, but which is just where you’d hold the bag and although I love suede almost more than leather, it always worries me with a suede clutch that it will get very dirty, very quickly, from the oils in one’s hands.

    The second slight issue I have is that I would probably only use the clutch with the zip closed, as I wouldn’t want to show off the large JC plaque, personally.

    The sandals are stunning, too, but too high for me, sadly; there’s absolutely no way I can walk in 4.5″ heels.

    Also, I prefer very soft leather, or suede, sandals, ideally – so, in many ways, I’d actually prefer to swap the two and have a green and black leather clutch (which I, in fact, already have!) and suede and ponyskin flat, or low wedge, sandals.

    What I do really love, just as it is, is the green and black ring – does anyone know if that is actually in production? Or is it just a prop?

  • rkuro

    NICE BAG!!!!

  • Merve

    Im drooling over the shoes and ring. I quite like tha bag but im not dying for it. I wanna hang in and check out what other tribal themes designers come up with before declaring a fave to buy.

  • Marion

    it’s beautiful. i love it. it’s so… fashionable and functional at the same time. now… if i only had the money O_O

  • Carla

    I don’t know what to say exactly, without causing offense but I want to know if anyone actually views these accessories in a store before they write about them in blogs.
    The shoes, aren’t all that.
    Choo handbags aren’t all that either. I’ve seen both in the JC boutique, the bag is much nicer than the shoes. The shoes aren’t fantastic and I know that most people don’t like to match bags with shoes, but this bag doesn’t go with the shoes, regardless.

  • holly

    Hmmm I don’t like it, I don’t much like how it is sorta off center. I don’t like the cheetah print either.

  • Jane H.

    Don’t know about the clutch but the sandals are to die for!

  • Jane H.

    Don’t know about the clutch but the sandals are to die for!

  • Helena

    how much is the bag? I looked in the window of Jimmy Choo today but didn’t feel like seeing the price. It made me feel depessed seeing all the prices of Chanel bags and then looking in the windows of all the other beautiful bags. Does anyone lose confidence when they see all the beautiful expensive things and it is a day when you feel bad so you don’t think you deserve the good things or that they will even help? I guess it is all about feeling old with me and just having a bad afternoon.

  • Lene

    LOVE the shoes! Love ‘em!
    http://leneslittleworld.blogspot.com

  • Jelita78

    wohooo..
    such a daring combination indeed!
    wish i could actually see in real life people wearing this as there ain’t many people that can rock this look. (ipad)