2017 Fall/Winter Handbags

Deep red lipstick, cellphone, Metro card and ID – this is probably what you carry in your bag as a New Yorker. You carry these things every day, but you change your bags for each outfit of the day. For this fall and winter season, these handbag trends can be inspiration for your styling!

The chain strap bag is a trendy handbag in this season. When you think about these bags, you imagine those classic, formal and traditional Chanel chain strap bags. However, these have expanded to different styles. Many designer brands have created a variation of different shapes, materials and sizes. Also, they have used chain straps with different types of bags such as hobo and tote bags. Chain strap bags can be found in the Calvin Klein, Chanel and Christopher Kane collections. Even Chanel has fun and conceptual chain strap bags these days. This red holographic chain strap bag is an interesting purse you have to check out from the 2017 fall/winter Christopher Kane runway show:

You can find structured Box bags this season. Thick paper is used between the outside and lining materials of this style of bag which gives it a hard structure. The outline of box bags are simple and plain, though with many shapes and silhouettes today. This bag can be matched with loose and soft outfits to create balanced look. Box bags have been designed by Dior, Chanel and Victoria Beckham for this fall and winter. You can make a statement if you have a unique structured box bag this season!

The Bucket bag is also a trending handbag you should check out this fall and winter. This bag is designed with soft leathers and different details. Also, the size of bag is getting larger compared to last season’s Bucket bag. You can create various drape shapes because the bags are made by soft materials and have adjustable straps and drawstring details. Since this bag is modifiable and fashionable, you can style different looks. The Bucket bag can be found from the runways of Celine, Michael Kors and Proenza Schouler.

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