Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

The 10 Best high-street handbags

1. Black

At well under £100 this is a bargain for a good-quality leather bag. It will suit those with an androgynous style and its fabric mixing and snake embossing means it has the trends safely covered. Also available in a cream colour way.

£85, topshop.com
1. Black At well under £100 this is a bargain for a good-quality leather bag. It will suit those with an androgynous style and its fabric mixing and snake embossing means it has the trends safely covered. Also available in a cream colour way. £85, topshop.com
2. Nude

Bored of black? Fashion designers are too. So embrace the cool colour palette which is making its way into a store near you and invest in the lighter look with naturals and nudes. This buckle-free satchel will have minimalists reaching for their credit cards.

£125, cosstores.com
2. Nude Bored of black? Fashion designers are too. So embrace the cool colour palette which is making its way into a store near you and invest in the lighter look with naturals and nudes. This buckle-free satchel will have minimalists reaching for their credit cards. £125, cosstores.com
10. Black and gold

More urban-inclined dressers will love this serious-looking bag with its multi-stud design which fits in well with the tough-leather trend. This versatile number can be hand held or worn over the shoulder.

£55, asos.com
10. Black and gold More urban-inclined dressers will love this serious-looking bag with its multi-stud design which fits in well with the tough-leather trend. This versatile number can be hand held or worn over the shoulder. £55, asos.com

It’s easy to update your accessories when beautiful styles like these are available at prices to suit modest budgets

 

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