Personal Shopper | Fall Handbags Under $50

13 Sep

This little red number also comes in chocolate and black and is a nice mid-size purse with easy-access, handle or strap options, and has a classy look about it without giant shiny logos plastered all over it. Aldo Klingner, $38. Speaking of Aldo and red bags, I’m also digging this one… A little heftier than the last (and with leopard-print lining!), this pretty lil’ thang looks to be a good size with lots of inner pockets etc, low-key hardware, and both handle and strap options. Aldo’s Johson, $50. Here’s a fun fall bag, kinda reminiscent of a horse blanket with a shoulder strap. I think I’d immediately remove the little leathery friendship bracelet thingies, but otherwise this looks like a pretty cute bag! O’Neill Sawyer, $39.50. So I’m definitely liking the simpler bags, and this black number hits all the right notes with me: Not too too big, perfect shoulder-sling handle straps, just a little bit of hardware, and soft imitation leather that doesn’t look cheap. Element Parker handbag, $48.60. This colorful number from Forever 21 has a cute boho chic vibe – I like the stripes, the straps, the muted hardware… Striped Handbag, $32.80. I am always fascinated by clutches because I’m the kind of gal who likes to carry EVERYTHING with me. It must be so freeing to just have your cards and money, lipgloss, and tissue along for the ride… ha. Kimchi Blue Metal Edge Clutch, $39.00. Because bikes are cute, as long as I don’t have to ride one! Just kidding. This bag is what’s cute, and I love the muted colors and, yet again, simple trim. Urban Outfitters, of course! Cooperative Bike Print Tote, $48. And now, for the bonus round… Because we all need a $600 Ferragamo tweed and leather handbag. Sigh.


2 Responses to “Personal Shopper | Fall Handbags Under $50”

  1. emilyjeane September 13, 2011 at 1:41 pm #

    This is so TIMELY! I’ve been looking for some nice purses. They’re hard to find!

  2. Hannah Greene September 13, 2011 at 11:06 pm #

    Trying to find one that I can squeeze my 15″ laptop in. it’s surprisingly difficult 🙂

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