Part of what makes you a MILF is the desire to look good on Tuesdays!
I know a lot of women have a thing for shoes, I prefer purses. Don’t get me wrong, I love shoes too, but since my budget usually requires me to choose one over another, it’s the adorable bag that gets to take advantage of a rare, available line of credit. So, clutch your handbags and giggle, here’s what’s new for fall and best of all, the following article gives you tips on how to find the reasonably priced alternatives (think Target ladies). From www.cbsnews.com:
On The Early Show Tuesday, style expert Rachel Zalis suggested several, and many of them aren’t expensive. She also filled in viewers on the latest trends and offered tips.
Handbags are great accessories that easily add style to your outfits.
Zalis had bags typical of the four big trends: leopard, bags with hardware, silver and frame bags.
-Bags can be bigger by day, smaller by night
-We’re seeing less of the oversize slouchy bags (think Olsen twins) and more structured, satchels and bags
-Bags should complement outfits, not compete
-Don’t over-accessorize. Find one or two pieces to add to an outfit (never more than three)
-Bags don’t have to match shoes; they can make for a cool, chic look to mix it up Read the rest…
In short, leopard, glam-rock, silver and frame bags are in. They didn’t mention the clutch handbag, which is going to be crazy popular this year, so thank God you have me because that would have been a close one!
Chop-chop ladies. So many handbags, so little time…
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