Yes, I realize that here we have two Alexander Wang posts back to back. While maybe I should apologize for this, I’m not going to. Sorry folks, I couldn’t help myself. See, as soon as I came across this Alexander Wang Cher Large Siamese Clutch, I had to stop everything I was doing and write about it.
Another thing I realize is the fact that Alexander Wang is often off of his rocker. Now sometimes being off your rocker as a designer is a good thing and then there are other times it is a bad thing. In this instance my friends, it is a bag thing – a very, VERY bad thing. (more…)
I’m not the kind of gal who grabs a clutch during the daytime. I am not sure if it has just become a habit or if there is a deeper meaning behind it all. Even when I am running to the grocery store I opt for a hobo or a tote. It’s not like I need to carry all sorts of stuff with me, but I do. Then, as soon as the sun goes down, I love reaching for one of my fabulous clutches. Just last week I was reminded of this conundrum of mine. While I was picking up food to make for dinner, I saw a woman carrying an oversized clutch. Not only did it look practical, but also beyond fashionable!
So, yes, this got me thinking, it is time to change up my thought process and see what it would be like to carry a clutch during the day. Of course it couldn’t be some glitzy clutch, but there are plenty of options out there. Take the Matt & Nat Kala Pool Oversized Clutch for example. This would be a perfect option for my transition. Blue crinkled synthetic material with brasstone hardware comes together rather nicely. Actually, I really like the studded strap across the center. It is just the right amount of detail that turns this bag from something average to something clutch worthy. I’m also a fan of the several pocket options this clutch boasts. And one more thing, the price is up just about anyone’s alley! Buy through Bluefly for $129.