Bag Envy

I’ve never been big on designer labels, and certainly not logos associated with top-name brands. The Louis Vuitton and Dooney & Bourke craze that hit my hometown around high school was met with my eye rolls and scowls.

But moving to the city means high fashion is inescapable, particularly with handbags (because who wants to hoof it 30 blocks in killer heels?).

While I still don’t dream of products smattered with branding, I can appreciate the beauty of a well-made bag. And if it’s equal parts fashionable and functional, well that’s a win-win-win.

These are my latest loves for any budget. Any I missed? Let me know in the comments!

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*But I got this one in Gunmetal at her booth on W. 38th for less than $50!

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About Wittyburg

Sarcastic, sports-obsessed writer & FL native navigating SF.

8 responses to “Bag Envy”

  1. Katie says :

    I happen to love a well-made purse, too… I love Coach, but I hate the ones that have their logo all over everything. For the price you pay, it just makes it look cheap.

    • Wittyburg says :

      Agreed. I have plenty of Coach clutches, collected through years of having really nice friends and family.

      The subtle Cs I can handle — but covering a design with logos is not my bag, baby.

  2. bensbitterblog says :

    I’ve never wanted to hoof it 30 blocks in heels.

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