Spring / Summer 2018 Bags: Finale

This is my last post on this season’s bags and to round it up I’ve put together bags which sum up to what would describe my style.  Minimalist, simple and discreet (sometimes!).  The next compilation of bags would definitely be in my wardrobe (if I could afford them) for their effortless coolness about them.

First, these designers have opted for circular shapes or rings in their pieces and I have to say I love this delicate touch to these babies.

Like these from Valentino…

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…or this one from Louis Vuitton, which quite frankly is so perfect in every way. The beautiful brown hues in this design with its golden clasp and buckle are just worthy of saving up for months…many months!

moius bag

I also fell in love with this leather woven design by Loewe. The white stitching contrasting its tanned body adds total sophistication.

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Moving on to much more springy like colours are these two models by Miu Miu or the cross-stitch bag by Alexander McQueen.  So pretty and girlie for a first date or an afternoon visit to the gallery.

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Lastly, these next bags are completely different to the previous. All of which are bold in black and orange contrasts such as the new rucksack Fenty X Puma by Rihanna and Marc Jacobs rucksack with its innovative side handle. Or the incredibly futuristic bag from Balenciaga with its hard outer case body which seems it´s come out from a sci-fi movie.

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All in all, I hope every one of these bags I have posted for the past week has sparked up some kind of interest to you as they have done to me whether it being for its peculiarity or classic simplicity.


All  images are taken from Vogue UK

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