I’m not too familiar with Olivia Harris, but from the looks of her selection on Bloomingdales.com, I really should be. We’ve covered the designer here on PurseBlog Savvy before, but the Olivia Harris Studded Lambskin Crossbody Bag deserves its own post.


First comes the inevitable question in this age of heavy and heavily studded handbags (*cough*Alexander Wang Rocco*cough*): Where are the studs on this lovely little bag? Well, break out your specs- they’re there, but there’s minuscule and understated, with more details on the sides rather than taking away from the geometrics of the side.

Sure, the bag is rocker chic, but very, very subtly so; very refreshing when so many bags are completely doused in chains and hard leather (I’ll refrain from coughing; it’s impolite). Aha! But this bag does have chains, you say. That’s the truth- but like the rest of the details, the chains are subtly integrated into the bag, lightly attached to the strap to give a mechanical vibe to the desert-like shade. Buy though Bloomingdale’s for $499.

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  • Celeste

    Cute. And love the color name :) (champagne)

    • weqdr

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  • Celeste

    oops! (fb)

  • Barb

    Don’t like the color or the side studding!!

  • Karin bag4bag

    Don’t really like this little bag. Why hide all the features on the side ? That would be fine if they were nicer studs and chains and a nicer front of the bag. Just leaves me cold for that price. (fb)

  • weqdr

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