2 posts tagged with Cork

To my knowledge, I have only once previously written about a bag made of cork, and I sort of brushed off the material as gimmicky and without longevity. Well, having now seen a cork bag in person, I think I’ve got to take back my original opinion on the material. I’m ok with being wrong, as long as that means that somewhere out there, a bag is surprisingly fabulous.

The cork bag that I had the pleasuring of playing with in real life was the Elie Tahari Cynthia Handbag, and I couldn’t have been more surprised and delighted. Not only did the cork have a soft, velvety texture to it, but the bag was light as a feather. (more…)

Kara Ross Mia Lizard-Trimmed Cork Clutch

When evaluating high-end handbags, there are a lot of materials to consider. Designers make purses out of everything from linen and nylon to crocodile and python, and the workmanship and price points vary wildly. Until now, however, I had never had to evaluate an expensive bag made of cork. But that’s exactly what the Kara Ross Mia Lizard-Trimmed Cork Clutch is, so here goes nothing. (more…)

Now Trending

Featured Articles

Closet Confessionals
CC 34: This Business Analyst Exclusively Shops Online For Pre-Loved Bags
“Every lady has to have a few secrets.”
PurseBlog Asks
PurseBlog Asks: When Is It Time to Part with a Bag?
No one ever said it would be this hard… It’s such a shame for us to part…
Dior
A Day with the Dior American Flag Book Tote
The already iconic bag has been reintrepreted just in time for summer
Join 135,000+ enthusiasts and sign up for our newsletter