Authored by Tricia Ellis-Christensen and can also be found here: http://nosax.me/YxkvEV
Buying gold jewelry can be a rich experience, but often requires some thought. Gold has different grades and is rated in purity by karat (k) measurement. Generally the highest grade available is 24 karat gold. Most people, however, prefer buying gold jewelry that is rated at 14 karats.
Many wonder why one would go with the cheaper and technically less pure gold when buying gold jewelry. Actually the answer to this is relatively simple. Gold is a very soft metal. The purer it is, the softer it is. The last thing one would want when buying gold jewelry is to purchase pieces that are not going to be durable, since gold is expensive.
This is especially the case when one is buying gold jewelry that might be used for a lifetime, like in a wedding ring or engagement ring. In general 24 karat gold is simply too soft to use, and would be prone to bending, scarring or even breaking. On the other hand, if one is buying goldjewelry in the form of a small necklace that will be worn only occasionally, 24 karat gold is certainly an option.
For even greater durability, one can even choose buying gold jewelry that is 10 karat. This means the jewelry is almost 50% gold and has other metals bonded to it to keep it stronger. 10k gold is also a good choice when buying gold jewelry for those light in the pocketbook. It is almost always less expensive than 14k gold.
One thing to bear in mind when buying gold jewelry of any karat measurement is the weight of the object. Some rings, bracelets and necklaces may be hollow. Hollow jewelry tends to be less durable, and is likely to be less expensive. It may be harder to repair if it is bent, or ends up with holes in it.
Technically, a jeweler should inform one if a piece is hollow. If one is not given this information, one certainly should ask. Hollow jewelry can have some advantages, however. Especially large earrings may be more comfortable if they are lighter.
Other types of gold jewelry are gold fill, and gold overlay or gold plate. Gold filled jewelry is bonded to other metals. Usually the layer of gold must be 5% of the total metal. Gold plated or gold overlay are also bonded to another metal. The gold content is usually required to be 2.5% of the total weight of the metal.
Buying gold jewelry that contains smaller amounts of gold is certainly less expensive. Be wary however, of the tendency for the gold to wear off if one uses these pieces every day. Generally it is better to invest a little more to have more gold in the ring.
Traditionally one thinks of gold as a yellow colored metal. However, the metals that are added to gold can change the color. For example one can purchase 10k gold in white or gold. 14k gold is available in white, pink, or yellow. One color may be better suited to skin tone than another, and should be considered when buying gold jewelry.
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There are many different types of jewelry that people wear. What an individual chooses depends primarily on his or her personal preferences. Some people choose to buy less expensive costume or fashion jewelry, while others wear fine jewelry, made with more expensive stones and metals. Jewelry today is often given as a gift of love or affection.
The most common pieces of jewelry include necklaces, pendants, rings, earrings, brooches, and bracelets. Earrings may be pierced or clip-on. Other, somewhat less common, jewelry types include anklets and toe rings. Some people wear jewelry pieces that fit into more extreme piercings, like navel rings, tongue rings, nasal piercings, lip rings, eyebrow rings, or earrings that pierce the ear cartilage.
One issue that people should consider when buying jewelry is the type of metal that it's made of. Many pieces are made of silver, gold, titanium, or platinum. For those with body piercings, surgical-grade stainless steel or titanium may be used to prevent oxidation of the metal and a subsequent infection. Piercers may also use a surgical-grade plastic called Tygon® for those with metal allergies. Wedding bands are also sometimes made of a metal called tungsten carbide, which is extremely durable and scratch-resistant, always appearing shiny and new.
There are various types of gold that may be used to make jewelry. Yellow gold is the most common, and is usually alloyed with base metals since pure gold is quite soft. White gold, which has a silver appearance, is mixed with some silver and palladium. Rose gold has a pinkish look because it is mixed with copper. Jewelry made of white gold is generally coated with a metal known as rhodium, which is similar to platinum in color, but it will wear off over time. It is a good idea for people who own white gold jewelry to take it to a professional to have it re-plated every 12 to 18 months.
Another consideration when purchasing gold is the specification referred to as carats or karats (usually abbreviated kt). The higher the carats, the more gold is used in the piece of jewelry — though gold is a relatively soft metal, so it is rare to see rings made of 22kt or 24kt (pure) gold. For example, a 14kt gold ring is about 60% gold, whereas an 18kt gold ring is about 75% gold, and therefore more expensive.
Some pieces of jewelry include gemstones in a setting. These stones can include diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds, or virtually any type of gem a person desires. Pearls are also quite popular. Synthetic gemstones, paste, and glass often appear in less expensive fashion jewelry.
The prices for various types of jewelry range from the very inexpensive to the extremely expensive. To find unique pieces, some people shop in antique stores or vintage shops for older, previously worn jewelery. The jewelry found in these stores vary widely and can provide a great accessory to an outfit, usually at a less expensive price. Otherwise, shoppers can find relatively inexpensive costume jewelry just about anywhere, or more expensive fine jewelry at upscale boutiques and department stores.
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There are several things that you should consider before you buy a purse, whether it is a high-end handbag or an inexpensive alternative. First, make sure that the bag will fit your style, needs, and body shape. When purchasing a smaller purse, such as an evening clutch, check that the item is at least large enough to fit all of your essentials. If you are planning on investing in a purse, check into the brands that you are thinking of purchasing to determine what kind of warranty or care options are offered by the manufacturer.
Purses can range from practical to lavish, and, as with most accessories, the type that each person will need or want varies drastically, and will be mostly based on your style and needs. Before you buy a purse, try to decide what style you prefer and how often you plan to use it. If it will be an everyday bag, you will likely want to look for a shape that will work with the majority of your wardrobe. For purses that you will only use every once in a while or for a short period of time, you may want to go for a slightly different style or size than your everyday bag. For example, while you may not want a sequined handbag, you may want some sparkle on a clutch.
To match your purse to your body shape, it can be helpful to choose the opposite of your own size. Generally, thinner women should carry larger bags and curvier women should choose average to small bags, as this can help to balance out both shapes. While this is not a steadfast rule and your needs and personal style should always take precedence when you buy a purse, this can be helpful when considering an everyday bag.
Special care should be taken when you buy a purse that is small, especially clutches and evening bags. In most cases, evening bags are smaller, as they are meant to be used for a short period of time, and, in many cases, you don’t want it to overpower the rest of your outfit. Despite this, you still want to ensure that everything that you need will fit in the bag. A good way to verify this is to find the clutch or evening purse that you want in a store and see if your essential items will fit in the bag in person; for many women, this generally includes a cell phone, a card holder or wallet, and touch-up makeup.
Handbags range in size just as they range in price, from very inexpensive to extremely expensive. For the latter, you should consider looking at the purse as an investment piece before you buy it, even if you can comfortably spend the money. Outside of the social status of the brand, it can be beneficial to check into into how the company cares for its customers. Several high-end purse brands provide service options for customers who buy a purse, meaning that the bag that you purchase will likely last you a lifetime, as the company will repair any damage for little to no cost to you. In most cases, with more expensive bags, this is an excellent option and something you should seriously consider.
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A great tip for choosing the best clutch purses is to think in terms of the opposite of your body shape. For example, if you're tall and/or thin, a squarish, soft clutch purse is likely to be flattering. If you're plus-sized, a sleek envelope shape can be a better choice. Leather tends to be a good, durable choice for everyday clutches, while something beaded, sequined, metallic or satiny can be stunning for evening wear. A tuck-in, optional strap feature can be practical in clutch purses, but make sure to allow enough space for what you need to carry, as bulky, overstuffed bags look unattractive.
Sleek clutch purse styles in subtle textures tend to work well with many different outfits. Leather or a crocodile look is classic in its appeal and is suitable for the workplace. If your budget only allows for one bag rather than several clutch purses, it's usually best to choose a season-spanning color such as tan or taupe rather than black or white. While purses don't have to match your footwear, they should coordinate with the shoes they're worn with in both color and style. Make sure the belongings you'll need to carry won't make the clutch purse you choose appear overfilled, lumpy or otherwise unflattering.
An outer change pocket on a clutch purse can be handy if it still looks stylish and fits your needs, such as to hold bus fare or parking money. Clutch purses with an optional strap that can be tucked away inside until it's needed can be an ideal option for extra safety. A strap attached to your clutch purse allows it to be worn over your shoulder with your hand gripping the top of the bag to keep it close to your body.
When shopping for evening clutches, you can be as extravagant in detail and sparkle as you like as long as these little purses complement your dressy wear. If you're only going to purchase one evening bag, black, silver or gold in a shiny, glittery or beaded style can usually work well with many different kinds of gowns or cocktail dresses. For when you prefer a neutral color and simpler texture in your evening clutch purses, consider a glamorous stand-out detail such as a sparkling jewelry chain for a strap or an elegantly jeweled handbag clasp.
The main body type consideration when picking the right clutch purse is not to make a petite frame look overwhelmed or a large one appear larger by choosing too small of a handbag. If at all possible, shop for clutch purses by holding them while standing in front of a full-length mirror to allow you to see the overall effect of the shape on your figure type. A well-made, flattering clutch purse can be an accessory staple in any women's wardrobe.
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When choosing a bespoke bag, you have the option of selecting a classic and elegant design, or something more casual, trendy, and fun. Decide whether your bespoke bag will be used every day or for special occasions, and select a design that is appropriate. If the bespoke bag is for a young girl or teenager, you might choose something colorful, perhaps in a canvas or denim style. Buy your bag from a designer who will offer fabric swatches from which you can make your selection.
The size of your custom bespoke bag is important as well. If you tend to carry many items in your handbag, you might want a large style. If you opt for a larger bag, however, choose one that is not very bulky and weighty, as it can lead to fatigue and muscle strain. A custom-made bag can be roomy yet lightweight. You might want to consider a leather handbag, as it is durable and lightweight.
If you're a petite woman, carrying a small bag would be a flattering choice. If you don't carry many items in your handbag, a small custom-made bespoke clutch might work well. Conversely, if you are tall or have a large body frame, choosing a larger bag will work best.
Decide whether a handbag or best suits your needs. You might prefer a versatile bespoke bag that allows you to easily convert the handle to a shoulder bag as needed. If you find shoulder bags uncomfortable, however, a handbag with a short carry handle is probably a good choice.
Consider the material of your custom-made bag, as some bags are more durable than others. You may also choose a bespoke bag with a quilted lining. This may offer more cushion and protection for your possessions inside. A quilt-lined bag also feels soft and comfortable to hold.
Your custom-designed bag should be easy to care for as well. Inquire whether your bespoke bag is machine washable. Your handbag may have attachments such as eyelets, which could become damaged in a washing machine.
If you're looking for a bespoke bag to coordinate with a favorite outfit, some designers may offer custom-dyed bags made to your specifications. You might also consider a clutch designed to match your bespoke handbag. Some designer bags also come with matching accessories, such as a sunglasses case or a make-up bag.
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A shoulder bag is a handbag or purse with at least one strap attached to it that is long enough to fit over the shoulder. The straps generally are securely reinforced on the bag. The strap is intended to be looped over the shoulder so that the shoulder sustains the bag and the user can carry it hands-free.
What differentiates a shoulder bag from other bags are the straps. These straps can be thin, wide, long or relatively short, and their intended purpose is very evident. The strap is meant to facilitate hands-free transport of the shoulder bag. Straps might exist on other types of bags, but many other bags are designed to be carried by hand, using the inner elbow, on the wrist or through other methods.
There are many types of shoulder bags, and some of the most popular include cross-bodies, hobos, barrels and totes. Cross-body shoulder bags can be carried on the shoulder, or they can — like their name implies — be slung across the body by putting their wearer's head between the straps. An advantage of using a cross-body shoulder bag is that it helps distribute the weight of the bag across the body instead of centralizing it on one shoulder. This is helpful when a bag is full of heavy materials such as books.
Hobo bags have a trademark slouchy shape to them. Stylish and trendy, they can look as if the opening of the bags are gathered or indented. Barrel-shaped bags resemble their namesake; they look like horizontal barrels attached to straps. Totes are ubiquitous and come in a fabrics ranging from plain canvas to leather. Their square or rectangle shape and sturdy straps are designed to carry a variety of items, such as books or groceries.
Finding an appropriate shoulder bag can be a challenge for the novice shopper. Shoppers should consider how they intend to use the bag as well as their body type in order to pick out a bag that complements them and their lifestyle. Generally, if a shopper is looking for a flattering bag, she should choose a shoulder bag that closely mirrors her body type. Petite women would do well to choose small bags, and larger women might consider bigger bags.
A matching shoulder bag can be the perfect accessory to any woman's wardrobe. While some might prefer to buy shoulder bags of different colors and materials for varying occasions and seasons, others might buy only one multipurpose bag. Multipurpose shoulder bags usually are made out of a sturdy material such as leather and are built for frequent use, making them economical and durable.
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A leather tote bag is a great, versatile item that looks good with most outfits. You might use a leather tote as a purse or a handbag, or you might use it to carry books to class or any other larger, heavy items such as a laptop. Leather is a sturdy material that holds up well over time, so although a leather tote might be more expensive at first, you are likely to get many years out of your investment.
Before you choose a leather tote bag, you need to decide on a budget. These purses can be relatively inexpensive, or they can be thousands of dollars, so you need to decide how much you want to spend and if getting a particular name brand, designer bag is important to you. Leather totes come in virtually any color, so determine which color will be most versatile to match the most outfits -- a more neutral color, such as black, brown, gray, or tan, might be a good choice because it will likely match most items of clothing you own. On the other hand, a bright color might also look nice, and can really stand out and make a statement.
It is important to choose a leather tote bag of good quality. The leather should be soft, and the seams should generally be sewn together, not glued. The strap should also be sewn on, as a strap that is glued will likely separate from the bag if you tend to carry heavy items in your purse. Tote bags are generally larger than a purse like a handbag or a clutch, so it is important that they are well made. The larger size also tends to make them considerably more expensive, so if all you want is a leather purse, you might be able to save some money by purchasing a smaller bag.
If you cannot afford a designer leather tote, imitation handbags are also available. You might be able to find a replica of a designer handbag, or just a tote manufactured by an unknown designer. You could also get a bag made of imitation leather to save money or if you simply do not want to carry genuine leather. These bags will obviously not hold up as well or last as long as a genuine leather bag, but it may not matter because the price is much less. A nice leather tote can also be a great gift. Some designers will personalize the tote bags with a monogram.
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Strange as it may seem, the clutch bag is not a modern invention. Small purses known as reticules were used by women as far back in time as end of the medieval period, favored because of their lightness and convenience. These early clutch bags reached their peak of popularity during the 19th century in both Europe and America, and then, rather inexplicably, died out close to the turn of the century in the 20th.
For several generations, the fickle power of fashion decreed that the clutch or reticule would be totally unused, and, indeed, all but forgotten by most women. Shoulder bags and similar larger purses became the rule during this period, perhaps partly because the large quantity of leather was a sign of ostentation in the sudden abundance of manufactured goods that the 20th century brought.
However, when the world was darkened by the cataclysmic struggle of World War II, the slaughter had one unexpected result in the world of fashion. The conflict caused shortages of everything - including the leather used to make purses. As a result, small purses came back into fashion, since these were the only purses that could be made, and the clutch bag was reborn.
Of course, at no point in history has there been a greater variety of clutches available as at the present day. Thousands, if not tens of thousands, of individual designs are available to the stylish modern woman, and you can take your pick from a vast panoply of colors, shapes, patterns, and designs.
You can find low-cost, elegant purses that are suitable for evening wear alongside designer bags that cost hundreds or thousands of dollars. You can choose from ornate purses that have been made to resemble three-dimensional cloth or leather flowers, or those whose spare, lean lines make them resemble pieces of modern sculpture as much as handbag.
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Tote bags definitely have become one of the most used types of bags in the recent past. They are used for various purposes and probably that’s the reason why they have become so famous. They truly are American Classic bags. For any woman looking for a convenient way to carry her items around, the tote bag is definitely the most appropriate one to go for. Nearly every one of us has seen and used these bags. But, do you know how they became so popular and how exactly did they come into existence? Well, if you don’t know it yet then here’s a brief history of the tote bags!
History and Origins…
The term tote means to carry. Even these types of bags have been used for centuries, the term itself wasn’t used for them until 1900. Tote bags are simple large and open bags with a handle placed on the center top of each side. The classic tote bags used to come with arched straps but now variations can be found. Initially, tote bags never came with buttons or zippers.
The center area was left open to make it easier for the user to put in and take out stuff. However, since the need of protecting the previous items that can be placed in the bags were felt, zippers and other ways of closing the opening of the bag were introduced. Initially these bags were made with heavy duty cloth but now they are usually made from canvas, nylon and jute. The jute versions are traditionally used in the eastern countries especially countries like Thailand and Malaysia. In fact, jute tote bags were used in these countries long before the term was even invented.
In America, the whole craze started with LL Bean’s release of Boat Bag in 1944. This bag was their signature bag made of basic canvas. It was designed for boaters. However, the simplicity and sturdiness of this bag caught the attention of many, especially women. This was the time when the design of the tote bag came into the luggage market. Since tote bags make it easy to carry luggage, people found it more convenient to use these instead of other forms of bags. To make things better, leather tote bags were introduced which were definitely more stylish and sturdy.
During 1950s, tote bags came into the main scene. They were being used by women as handbags. Back in that era, practicality and functionality was considered more important by women instead of the style factor. More and more women opted for these bags since they were straightforward and didn’t really demand much care.
Even by this time tote bags weren’t considered part of the fashion world until in 1960s Bonnie Cashin released her own line of Cashin Carry Tote Bags. Bonnie embellished these bags and made them classier to suit the lifestyles of those who want style with practicality. Later on, during the 90s, Kate Spade was the one who transformed the luggage tote from being a travel bag to being a fashion bag. Since then tote bags became part of the fashion circle. By now, tote bags were not only being used for their practicality but also for their style factor.
Also, it is worth mentioning here that during the late 40s, tote bags were being heavily used by newsboys. They became so popular that people started calling them the ‘newsboy bags’. Students and delivery boys quickly adopted this fashion and went on to create history. Today, tote bags are being widely used by students and delivery boys alike. Even though we don’t realize it, most of the messenger bags and sports bags relate to tote bags.
Types of Tote Bags:Initially, only canvas tote bags were made which were later replaced by leather tote bags and today tote bags are being made by almost all types of fabrics. In some countries, tote bags were also being made from animal skin which was later found to be devastating to the environment. Even today, fur made tote bags can be found in the market. In some countries they are banned and users can face severe penalties for using them.
Usages:Tote bags are widely used today especially by women for a variety of purposes. These bags are mostly used for heavy duty tasks such as grocery shopping, shopping in general, and carrying picnic items and the like. But, that’s not all. Today, these bags are also being used as fashion accessories. Leather tote bags are quite common among women trying to add a style statement to their personalities. On the other hand, even men use tote bags for a variety of purposes. For carrying their daily day items to work, for fishing, and a number of other purposes these bags are used.
Tote bags are a true American classic and nothing can change that. They are highly practical bags that can fade away with time.
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Handbags are the vogue these days and it has been so for ages now. But, have you ever wondered how this whole phenomenon came into existence? How did people especially women that they need to have separate purses to carry their precious items? Well, nobody exactly knows what clicked that but we sure do have an account of how the modern handbags came into existence. Here’s how it all got started…
We can’t for sure say when this phenomenon started. But, by taking some biblical references and some ancient Egyptian pictures into consideration, we can easily say that people have been using leather pouches or cloth pouches for centuries. The Bible draws the picture of Judas Iscariot as a person always carrying a purse with him to hold his coins. So, well, we can say that Judas is the first identified person carrying a purse!
The Uprising Against Pockets and Underwear in the 18th Century…
Heavy and long skirts of the ancient regime became less popular among women after the French Revolution. Women started opting for slender and narrow dresses which were considered more comfortable. However, the downside faced was that these slender dresses had no room for pockets or under-the-skirt purses. So, they became outdated. This was the time when women again started carrying purses in hand. However, many of the elites didn’t really consider this a good practice and women carrying purses were often marked and mocked.
Handbags at a Rise in the 19th Century…
During the Victorian era, science and industry flourished greatly giving way to new fashions and styles. New and unique fabrics were introduced and things started changing overnight. Purses came into fashion and even though pockets were back in the 1840s, women preferred using handbags.
Later in the time railroads were created. This is was the revolutionary era for bags. In 1843, around 2000 miles of railway lines were built in the Great Britain. More and more people started traveling by train and women became starting going out more often. Luggage makers, those who used to make bags for horse travel, were now making bags for training traveling and this is when the term handbags came into the scene. In fact, it’s surprising to know that most of the popular handbags today were started as luggage makers. A general example would be of the Hermes bags that were founded in 1837 by Thierry Hermes. Thierry Hermes was a saddle and harness maker. Similarly, the all famous Louis Vuitton was a luggage packer for the Parisian rich.
The Egyptomania and the Swinging Pochette in the Early 1990s (1900 – 1920)…
In the early 20th century, handbags became a fashion accessory. They were no longer considered mere luggage carriers but an essential for every woman. The Dorothy bags were used back then with matching robes, compact leather bags with opera glasses and folding fans attached to them. On the other hand, working women by this time still preferred larger handbags such as leather shopping bags, briefcases or the Boulevard bags.
Furthermore, after the WWI more and more travel opportunities opened up for women. During this time, an important development was seen in the handbag history which was of the pochette. The pochette is a handless clutch embellished with bright geometric. Women used to tuck these under their arms as it became the fad. Later on, with the discovery of King Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1923, the Egyptomania started which gave birth to purses with exotic motifs.
1930 and Onwards…
Most of the bags we use today were created by the 1930s such as the shoulder bag, the classic handbag, the clutch and the satchel. Most of the bags of the 1930s depicted the Art Deco fashion. The Art Deco fashion is one in which abstract art and new industrial materials were highlighted such as zippers and plastic.
The WWII affected the fashion of millions around the world. The 1930s industrial fashion changed into more of a military fashion. Delicate and artistic bags transformed into larger, square and more rugged bags. People liked the military look. Some liked it because they wanted to show the patriotism for their country while some thought it was cool back then. Wood or plastic frames became more popular compared to leather, mirrors and zippers. The drawstring bags were back in fashion and they were being homemade widely. In the Great Britain, such bags were made to look sleek and match the outfit as well to have enough space to accommodate gas masks. In the USA and France, more and more women were joining the work force and they preferred shoulder bags to handbags.
It was during the 50s when handbags became the cult. Several top notch designers including Hermes, Channel and Vuitton enjoyed an era of diversity and colors in fashion. Moreover, Christian Dior’s newly introduced style in 1947 highlighted skirts and tiny waists. Of course, this was the era of a new feminine look in contrast to the previous tough military look and more and more female went for it. It was an era of beauty and exquisiteness. Small handbags were in fashion and were thought of as being more chic than the larger shoulder bags.
The rise of the youth culture and the women’s movement during the 1960s emphasized more on what we call now ‘casual dressing’. Rules and regulations of appropriate and formal dressing began to fade. The age of informality was on the rise. It was the era when everyone wanted to look youthful and punk and so tiny handbags were in. Also, small shoulder bags with long chains or thin long straps came into the scene.
On the other hand, since the world was becoming smaller, travelers from India and other similar regions brought in the fashion of large satchels and fabric shoulder bags. Afghan coats and bags, embroidery, patchwork and army bags started becoming popular and machine made goods were on a decline. Later on after a decade, individual expression was the hype and psychedelic patterns came into the scene. But things were changing too rapidly at this time. By the end of the 70s, slung shoulder bags were back but with more buckles and zippers to make them look more punk.
By the 1980s, handbags were being widely used. However, the hype of conspicuous consumption took over. The concern of health and fitness sports shoes and bags came into the scene. Even though the produced goods were merely introduced as sports goods, they later became fashion accessories. This was the age of the unisex bags. Miuccia Prada, in 1985, introduced the black nylon backpack as the first ever completely unisex bag ever produced. On the other hand, Vera Bradley’s quilted bags showed up taking the market and the fashion industry by storm. It made sales of more than $1 million in just 3 years making it the most sold bag of that time. 1990s started with a gush of small designer handbags with large alphabets on them such as H, A and the like.
Finally, here we are in the 21st century with manifold styles and shapes of handbags. Today, not only women but even men love carrying handbags. Handbags have become an important accessory and no one can deny this fact. Waterproof canvas bags, space age synthetics and even reptile skins are used for making handbags. It’s a whole world of fashion itself where designers are busy coming up with newer ideas and shapes and people are looking for better and more exciting thing to carry!
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