Isabella Fiore Folktale Fantasy Trina Large Hobo Bag The lovely folks at Fab Sugar posted about a Fiore bag that I also can’t decide Yay or Nay for. My gut feeling is Nay unless you are part of generation y, aka younger crowd, and this funky pattern works for you. Fab Sugar describes the Isabella Fiore Folktale Fantasy Trina Large Hobo Bag perfectly as a “soccer ball with a folksy, colorful pattern that calls to mind some bucolic Scandinavian village.” Nail on the head, right? Time after time I find myself saying that a bag could work ok with jeans and a teeshirt. I am going to say that for this bag, because for some odd reason I can’t say that I hate it, but for many reasons I am no where near professing my love for it. Buy it via Nordstrom’s for $625.

Tell me what you think!

{Via FabSugar}

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  • This seems like one of those bags that would be very hard to match with an outfit. But by itself, it still looks kinda cool. Hmm. Tough call.

    I can think of a lot of things in my wardrobe that this would clash terribly with. But there are a few simple tailored pieces that might actually benefit from this girly, loose and fun, accesorization. A difficult call!

  • Roseanna

    I love this bag, I am 34 and shop at Anthropologie and Free people. It goes perfect with all my outfits. It reminds me of Oilily. I use different patterns and colors in my outfits and alot of my things have embroidery. It appeals to a woman who is coordinates not matches. It’s for the sophisticated bohemian.

  • Karen Hughes

    The bag shown on this site is ok, but last year Fiore had a hobo bag out which would knock your socks off. I’ve seen anothing like that since.

  • Naggy

    I think this is a bit gaudy. (ipad)