I have to say, when it comes to handbags, the PurseBlog team tends to influence one another pretty frequently. Well, it’s happened again. A few days ago, Amanda covered Kelly Osbourne carrying a neon Chanel Flap over on BagThatStyle. It goes without saying that Chanel bags are classic, but there was something about the neon version of this bag that I really liked. That something happens to be the color. I don’t typically gravitate towards neon colors, but this hue, for some reason, really speaks to me.

Since laying my eyes on that bag, I’ve found myself taking note when others with a similar color pop up. That is exactly what happened when I came across this Anya Hindmarch Valorie Metallic Leather Clutch.

The almost glitter-like metallic leather really pops. This is a fun and flirty clutch that would pair nicely with a variety of outfits. I’ve seen other bags with a crinkle-effect that worked against the bag; it cheapened it. Luckily, that is not the case here. The crinkle-effect works nicely with the size, shape and color of the bag. This effect is one that keeps the bag young and fresh. And while it is a young bag, it is one that I could see a wide age range of ladies carry. It would go great with your favorite little black dress as much as it would a pair of skinny jeans and a fitted top. And while that similarly colored Chanel Flap would run you somewhere above $2,000, this bag comes in at a much more reasonable price. Buy through Net-a-Porter for $635.

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