Chloé Handbags Go Minimalist

When you are used to Chloé handbags with giant, bedazzled locks back in the mid-2000s, the brand takes a different turn this Fall 2010 as it goes minimalist. Probably as a reflection to the economic and social conditions, these leather handbags continues to impress fashionistas and recessionistas alike, calling it the cure to the “It Bag Fatigue.”

Despite the popularity, they are far from being called THE It Bag. It’s simply a return to classic shapes and colors that are welcomed by many.

Chloé Aurora Bucket Bag, with smooth calfskin in a roomy design with drawstring and grommet closure. Costs US$1,695 at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Chloé Aurore Top Handle Bag, featuring a chic duffel shape in vegetal calfskin with top zippers, goatskin suede lining, and reveals a gusset with signature logo. Costs $1,995 on Saks.

Chloé Amy Small Crossbody Bag, highlighted with soft lambskin accented with contrast leather trim and a single braided strap. Costs a mere $995 on Saks.

Source: Purse Blog

 
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