The accessory business is serious these days. I am confident luxury brands have focus groups to determine if newly-designed bag will be a hit with customers months before producing the design en masse. Being an IT bag isn't what it is cut up to be! The luxury business does not take its handbags lightly, but thankfully these three bags are functional and festive. The Moschino bag pokes fun of a Hermes Kelly. The Charles Jourdan is sleek and sexy, which in my book is something that makes me swoon. The Salvatore Ferragamo bag has you covered in primary color-blocking to match just about everything in your wardrobe. I like accessories that make a statement. These three vintage bags from the 1980s follow my accoutrement advice: be bold, make them swoon, and never let them see you sweat. The Moschino and Ferragamo bags are mini-me sizes, so what they don't have in girth, they certainly deliver in style!
Moschino black canvas bag, c.1980's. 2 x 5.5 x 7. SOLD
Charles Jourdan black patent with gold clasp, c.1980's. 3.5 x 6.5 x 10. SOLD
Ferragamo multi color shoulder bag, c.1980's. 1.5 x 5 x 6. SOLD
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