National Handbag Day | Count Me In!

National Handbag day Proenza Schouler backpack and Valentino rockstud black

Did you know there is a National Handbag Day in the States? Well, it is October 10. It was created by the PurseBlog founder Megs Mahoney Dusil in 2013. I mean they officially registered the holiday and they are celebrating this year with Bloomingdale’s 

If shoes are my obsession number one, bags come next!

In an interview  the chicest ever “bag lady” said:

Best purchase you ever made?

EASY! My Proenza Schouler Crocodile PS1. I love Proenza Schouler and of course love a good exotic bag. I happened to be online and on the right site and the right time to get the most magnificent deal of the century on this bag. I adore it and still have to pinch myself when I take it out—I bought it for almost 60% off retail. Supposedly this bag wasn’t supposed to be marked down, so I snagged it as a true deal, but I always look at it and remember the thrill of the purchase and feel excitement all over again.

Street style photos focused on handbags make my heart beat faster. What about you?

Mansur Gavriel bucket drawing

National Handbag Day | The best of Fall Winter 2014-15 Handbags

Did you need an excuse to invest in a new handbag this season?  The National Handbag Holiday is coming in a few days…

The statement bags for this Fall include:

1. Backpacks. As you probably know I have made my choice and it is the  Proenza Schouler backpack

2. Fringed shoulder bags- Drooling over the

3.  Buckets- I am loving the Gucci bucket

4. Statement clutches like the Christian Louboutin Fiocco embellished box

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Images- SBW,  Instagram @TrendSurvivor

Have a lovely Day!!!

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