22 August 2015
Handbag Trends Fall/ Winter 2015-2016
The coolest and the most important fall/winter 2015-2016 handbag trends you need to take into account to build a fashionable wardrobe and style your outfits with personality-stating details. Don’t forget to pick the ideal bag for you depending on your body shape, personal style and the outfits you are going to wear that with.
How can one not fall in love with these awesome fall/winter 2015-2016 handbag trends? (on photo - Dior, Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen).
Fendi’s bright orange furry messenger bag makes the line-up, while we also see chic shoulder strapped Topshop looks grace the runway. One of our favorite fur handbags for fall 2015 is actually the leopard print Louis Vuitton oversized bags with the thin shoulder strap and the thick handle, the sexiness combined with the glamorous chic. It is certainly one look we find it altogether too hard to resist. Of course, there are many more designers who took the furry route.
It appears that this season it is totally hip to be square, at least when it comes to awesome handbags. While every season a specific silhouette takes center stage, it appears that this particular look was vying for top spot. While some of the boxy bags were actually harder cases, others were soft, featuring four distinct points on each corner. There is much structure to these pieces and we know that they will last us much longer in the long run, especially the hard cases, though they probably will not be in style come next season. (on photo Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana).
Fringes are a common part of the whole 1970's feel that we’ve been immersed in since the spring and summer season runway shows, so we knew for a fact that we would be seeing everything from dresses and skirts to shoes and handbags sporting the typical decade’s signature styles, including the tassels and the fringes. (on photo Emilio Pucci, Burberry Prorsum, Rebecca Minkoff).
While not quite boxy shapes, some of the bags held by the models sashaying down the runways were quite structured in look, down to the stitching and overall designs. This was certainly the case with Fendi's fall 2015 collection. (on photo Prada, Nina Ricci, Valentino, Miu Miu).