Elizabeth Banks carries a Tod's D-Styling Bag while leaving a hair salon in Beverly Hills (5)

Here’s Elizabeth Banks, exiting a hair salon in Beverly Hills with a Tod’s D-Styling Bag on her arm. (Am I missing something, or is the “D-Styling” one of the worst names in all of bagdom? It’s a shame too, because I love this bag.) The crisp lines of this supple Italian leather shopper pair especially well with Elizabeth’s preppy denim polka-dotted shirt and cropped rust red skinnies. You can purchase this bag for $1,845 at Nordstrom.

I had a serious Freaky Friday moment when I first saw these pics and realized Elizabeth and I were wearing the same top! I suspect she didn’t buy hers at T.J. Maxx, but that’s just a hunch. I used to loathe polka dots, but I’ve softened up to them in recent years. Someone in my social circle recently suggested that polka dotted denim is a trend best left to the over-40 set, but I contend that polka dotted denim is fun for all ages. Thoughts?

Elizabeth Banks carries a Tod's D-Styling Bag while leaving a hair salon in Beverly Hills (1)

Elizabeth Banks carries a Tod's D-Styling Bag while leaving a hair salon in Beverly Hills (2)

Elizabeth Banks carries a Tod's D-Styling Bag while leaving a hair salon in Beverly Hills (3)

Elizabeth Banks carries a Tod's D-Styling Bag while leaving a hair salon in Beverly Hills (4)

  • John

    I think with polka dotted denim (or all trends), it really depends on how your accessorise it. It’s fun for all ages like what you said.

  • David

    i believe the d-bag is named after princess diana, thus the name

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  • Jayne

    It all depends on wearer’s personality. I guess if you want to make it look old you can and vice versa.