10 posts tagged with Oryany
The Best Bag Deals for the Weekend of March 8

Perhaps my favorite thing about the coming seasonal shift is that the closer we get, the more season-appropriate stuff goes on sale. It may have snowed on me on the way to work yesterday morning, …

If ever you doubted that the 90s are back, I give you: backpacks. Fancy ones, made by everyone from the likes of The Row and Jason Wu to contemporary stars like Alexander Wang and Tory …

Seasonal transitions are among the most difficult things to deal with in fashion. It’s cold in the morning, warm by afternoon and then cold again for happy hour, and who knows what it’s going to …

Friday, Friday, Friday! It doesn’t have quite the ring of the “Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!” monster truck show commercials of my youth, but it does mean that the weekend is nigh, and that’s what I’m focusing …

It wasn’t all that long ago that those of us on the PurseBlog team were shopping for school bags ourselves. I’m the baby of the group, and since it’s August (side note: how?), this marks …

It’s hard enough to find the perfect handbag without a budget in mind; the irritation that goes into fitting the perfect accessory purchase into a regular month’s expenses is exponentially worse. We usually like to …

Oryany Misia Large Flap Satchel, $398 via Neiman Marcus.

When you spend eight hours per day looking at handbags, there are certain price points that you get used to seeing ($595, $895, $1195, $1595 and so on) and it’s usually not hard to guess a price once you’ve seen a bag and know who designed it. I’m usually pretty accurate, and if I’m off, it’s never by much. Until I saw the Oryany Misia Large Flap Satchel, that is. (more…)

Ladies and gentleman, the Oryany Ella Studded Crossbody is made of real leather and costs less than $200. Do I have your attention? (more…)

I have more canvas totes in my closet than I care to admit. I’m not a t-shirt wearer, so usually if I go to a concert or event where buying a commemorative item seems appropriate, the tried-and-true canvas logo tote is the way that I tend to go. The material is so ubiquitous and utilitarian that it’s role as a fashionable fabric is usually marginalized or dismissed – who ever saw a truly interesting canvas bag?

Well, allow me to introduce you to the Oryany Two-Face Canvas Hobo. The canvas is draped, tied and twisted into a truly interesting silhouette, something that’s almost always missing from canvas bags and hobos alike. (more…)