Happy National Handbag Day, fashionistas [one day late]

You might be thinking….is that even a thing? Why yes. Yes it is.

The fashion gods decided that October 10, 2013 would be the first annual National Handbag Day. What a better way to celebrate it then looking through Net-A-Porter at all the amazing bags out there?

My latest obsession…

This little bag of amazingness by 3.1 Phillip Lim


One of my good friends, Emilie, has this bag and ever since seeing it, I’ve been obsessed. So chic and unique, it’s perfect.

Y’all might recognize Phillip Lim as a designer who collaborated with Target to create a low cost 3.1 Phillip Lim collection. The Pashli Mini Shark-Effect Leather Trapeze Bag shown above is $650 while everything at Target is around $50 to a $100 for some more upscale dresses and such. The stuff at Target is cute but nothing compares to the real deal 3.1 Phillip Lim Collection (sold at Neimans, Nordstroms, Net-A-Porter, and stores of the like).

The next bag we’re going to celebrate is Kate Spade’s Beau Bag.


Kate Spade, as you all know, is absolutely one of my favorite designers and these beau bags in all the different colors and are so big and can carry everything and anything you’ll ever need in your purse. I love these. I think my favorite one is the black, leopard, and macchiato colored one because I’m a sucker for cheetah print. But then gain, the red and pink one is too cute….ahh, the possibilities.

Whatever bag you carried on National Handbag Day, I hope you strutted your stuff and wore it with some sass. Xx.



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