Thursday, February 9, 2012

My Favorite Clutches

Let's start with those we are more likely to bring home ... ...
Alexander Wang
I find the design very unique.
Love the different texture of the body and straps.
It's also the most affordable one in the list.
My only problem with it is that the opening of the clutch is rather small,
hence it wouldn't fit some long wallet.
What a shame.

The moment I saw this tri-colored clutch I knew I love it.
It's fun and vibrant but not OTT with its neutral shades.
I have to say I really like the metallic Y-clasp the most,
and that it is matte rather than shiny(patent) like the YSL box clutch.

Proenza Schouler
This is a good choice for those who prefer suede.
It's a great choice if you don't mind the hassle of caring for the material.
Since most of us don't wear suede outfits usually, it gives a nice contrast in texture.

It's no secret that I love soft lambskin and giant studs,
in other words, everything about Balenciaga.
The attached mirror is definitely great for vain pots, well, myself included.
Also, I love its envelop shape!

Louis Vuitton
I have to say I'm not usually a fan of LV nor am I a fan of monogram stuff,
but I just love this monogram embossed leather.
I feel that it's quite subtle even though it's monogram leather.
On top of that, I love it's shape;
very similar to the Balenciaga envelop clutch.

Well, I don't think I have too much to say here.
What's not to love about this?
It's EVERYTHING I want in a bag.
Lambskin. Check.
Quilted texture. Check.
Folded design. Check.
Neutral shade. Check.
Adequate interior space. Check.
Chanel. Check.
On another note, I like the Chanel mademoiselle clutch too, but I think this is less common.

What can I say? One can always dream right?
I love the color combination (similar to the LV Empriente clutch above)
and its simple and understated design.
Will I ever buy it?
Probably not, but I can always ogle, isn't it?

1 comment:

Charleston said...

love the first