Evaluate your lifestyle
The type of bag you buy depends on how you spend the bulk of your time. If you’re going to be in a public space, especially in a city, you need to be cognizant of the closure of the handbag. If you work from home and are driving to yoga, you want something less structured that you can toss stuff into.
Find your color
Most women are wearing 20 percent of their wardrobe 80 percent of the time who suggests focusing on those favourite pieces when determining what color to buy. If your clothes are predominantly black, go for a black or slate gray bag. Opt for a navy or brown bag if you wear more jewel tones. A camel or dark cream bag works best with closets dominated by navies, reds and ivories.
Consider the materials
Pebbled or textured leather will endure the elements and age the best, while suedes and exotic skins are more delicate. We suggest keeping hardware such as chains and studs to a minimum. We recommend avoiding bags with lots of logos. Subtlety wins the day. And silhouette is what identifies the status of a luxury bag.
Try it on
bringing to the store the items you carry on a day-to-day basis, and transferring them to your potential purchase. Shoulder strap comfort is difficult to determine in-store, so we recommend to read reviews about the bags.
Take care of it
We suggest keeping your designer investment bags in top condition by applying leather protectant, removing stains promptly with a soft cloth and never putting them on the floor or other dirty places. Store them upright and stuffed with old clothes when not in use.