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Five Designer Handbags That Never Go out of Style

Updated on November 28, 2020
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Amber has written about fashion and skin care for several years.

There is something about a designer handbag that instantly makes a woman appear more polished, and more luxurious. A gorgeous clutch can complete an evening look to turn heads. A sophisticated crossbody can transform a look from boring to beautiful in seconds.

There are so many designer handbags it can be hard to choose just one. However, one of these five is bound to be perfect! They are timeless additions to any wardrobe, so you can trust that they will never be out of style.

Coach Small Over the Shoulder Bag

Coach is one of the most well-known brands of purses. They are more affordable than other names, like Luis Vuitton, but they are also known for their high-quality purses. When you pick up a Coach bag, you will never have to worry about the stitching coming out or being uneven. Most styles add timeless elegance to any outfit.

A small over the shoulder Coach bag is perfect for storing the essentials while dancing the night away, a day at the office, or an afternoon shopping with friends. You simply cannot beat the versatility of a Coach bag.

Note: When shopping for a Coach bag, it is important to learn how to tell whether a Coach bag is authentic. These are more commonly replicated and sold than any other brand.

Chanel 22.5

Nothing says luxurious like a Chanel 22.5. This bag may not be as versatile as an over the shoulder Coach handbag, but it is much more elegant. The Chanel 22.5 features a quilted look that will compliment any outfit and an elegant shoulder strap that will stand apart from the rest.

Chanel bags are also known for their high quality, as well as their chic style. The Chanel 22.5 can be worn over the shoulder for hands-free convenience, or in a crossbody style to add a casual yet stylish touch to an ordinary outfit.

Louis Vuitton Speedy

The Louis Vuitton Speedy remains in style no matter what season it is and how many trends there are. It has been seen with everything from crop tops to elegant evening looks. The Louis Vuitton Speedy can be purchased in various colors, and there are some styles that are available with a convenient shoulder strap.

The one thing that sets this bag apart from the others is the iconic shape of the bag. It’s not like any other bag, guaranteeing that it will turn heads. On top of that, you can always fit everything you need in this purse, unlike a smaller Coach bag just for the necessities or a medium-sized Chanel bag.

Chloe Statement Bag

Chloe may not be as well known as Louis Vuitton, but these designer bags are becoming just as popular. This is one designer that will be a classic in the years to come, which is just one more reason to pick up a gorgeous statement bag.

That isn’t the only reason that every woman needs one of these designer handbags, though. There is nothing that says style like a statement bag. Chloe designer handbags are available in various shapes, styles, and colors. They all seem to stand out. An awesome bag is just what a woman needs to add a little bit of flair to any outfit, whether it’s for the club or a day at the office.

Prada Tote Bag

For those times when you need simply need a bigger purse, there is the Prada tote. There are a couple of different things that I simply love about this tote.

First, it’s not so big that it will be overpowering. Shorter women, like myself, may not be a fan of big bags because of that, but these totes seem to come in the perfect size. Second, they are the most elegant tote that a woman can own. They offer a classic style with a sophisticated twist that will make them stand out from the rest.

Prada is one of the few designers that has stood the test of time. Every year they continue to produce new, elegant styles and superior craftsmanship. This bag is more than just another purse, it’s an investment.

In Conclusion

Whether trying to pick out a designer bag for investment purposes or as a part of a gorgeous collection, these five deserve a spot in the closet.

© 2017 Amber Lynn


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