I have this thing with metallic bags. They're like big, shiny jewelry you can carry your snacks around in. It all started with a shimmery Pashli from 3.1 Phillip Lim, which never fails to snag a compliment when I carry it. Next, a sparkly pink souvenir from Japan that manages to be both the most practical and least practical bag at once. Now, this gold bag from Coach that I snagged on sale as a Merry Christmas to Me from Me. I've been admiring the Swagger for a while now; Coach has taken on a sleeker, cool-girl vibe under the direction of Stuart Vevers and I'm digging it!
PS. Sorry I didn't put my arms in my sleeves. I did take some photos like that, but these looked better. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Speaking of people who have a bag problem, I've got a few gift ideas for bag-loving ladies. It's probably too late to get anything shipped in time for Friday, but if you've got some wiggle room these ideas are golden (hint, hint anyone still looking for me)!
The Handbag Raincoat is something I'm pretty sure I invented a few years ago, but that they executed WAY better. If you know a girl who would rather sacrifice a fresh blowout than get her bag wet, this is the perfect solution! Trust me. I've carried my bag inside of a grocery sack before to avoid ruining it on my walk to work.
Idea #2: Bag Charms. Cute, funky and furry charms are having a MOMENT right now! Both men and women in Tokyo were carrying all sorts of charms on their bags when I was there, and I came home with a few charms of my own to dress up my bags. It's a great way to add some personality, whether you add a little color from a leather tassel or express your love of monkeys with a cartoon charm.
NOT THAT YOU ALREADY KNOW or anything but...what's everyone getting for Christmas? Or rather, did anyone else find it difficult to not buy themselves Christmas presents like me?