4 posts tagged with Python Embossed

I’ve been stumped about a bag this week. Over on BagThatStyle, I wrote about Jessica Alba shopping with her precious daughter Honor. What’s the issue you say? I can’t figure out for the life of me what bag she is carrying. So, I’ve scoured the internet trying to figure out what it might be. During my investigation, I came across this MICHAEL Michael Kors Slouchy Hobo. Although I realized that wasn’t was she was carrying, I had to come back and write about it anyways. (more…)

MICHAEL Michael Kors Beverly Python Embossed Clutch

What is it that we have here? I’ve come found a python-embossed clutch that makes me shake my head, in disappointment. Embossing, when done right is the perfect way to get an exotic-ish clutch without the hefty price tag. However, I think the design team at MICHAEL Michael Kors has missed the mark. (more…)

Alright, it is official, I am on a stocking stuffer kick right now. Now, top that off with the Coach bag Anna just covered and I think my eye is fixated on small, sort of flashy handbags and accessories. So, with these two things in mind you might be able to see why I had to stop and take note when I came across the Perlina Snake Embossed Mini Bag. Obviously, the key word with this handbag is mini. In fact, I almost thought it was a wristlet when I first saw it. (more…)

While yesterday I was on a metallics kick, today I can’t seem to get enough of exotics. With only so many materials to pick from, I guess it shouldn’t really be a surprise that I go on kicks like this. The tote I wrote about earlier today is great for day to day use while this Zambos & Siega Python Peggy Clutch is the perfect exotic for a night out on the town. (more…)

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