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Shoulder Bags for the Christmas | Manolo's Shoe Blog

Shoulder Bags for the Christmas

Manolo says, the Manolo he has decided to do the purse blogging for the Christmas, so that perhaps his gentlemen readers will have some idea of what the womens in their lives may appreciate. Trust the Manolo, nothing says “Merry Christmas, Honey, Your Husband He is Not the Clueless Lout!” like the appearance of the designer bag under the festive tree.

Hogan Handbags Fall - Winter 2005/06

The Manolo, he absolutely adores this suede shoulder bag with the shearling trim from the Hogan. It is very, very rico suave, so muy rico suave that the Manolo he feels he could crawl inside and take up the residence in it’s capacious, yet cozy confines. This it is the winter bag that will be brought out each year at the first hint of the tiniest nip in the air, so eager will she be to carry it.

Marc Jacobs Kaleidoscope Flower Velvet  Hobo Bag     Manolo Likes!  Click!

The hobo bags they are raging this season, and so the Manolo he has tried to pick out the prettiest of the the hobo bags for your consideration. This one it is the velvet hobo bag from the Marc Jacobs. Is it not both very soft and very feminine? It would be the right bag to accompany many of the flowing, womanly styles of this season.

Pollini Hair Calf Shoulder Bag      Manolo Likes!  Click!

Here is another of this season’s unstructured shoulder bags in the suede, this one from the Pollini. For the Manolo it is the details of the contrasting leather on the straps for the shoulder that make this stand out from the crowd.

Carlos Falchi Briarcliff Small Shoulder Bag    Manolo Likes!  Click!

Here is another of the soft, unstructured bags that the Manolo is so fond of for this season. This one it is from the Carlos Falchi. The leather it is wonderfully supple, and the details they do not overwhelm the basic good looks of this bag.

6 Responses to “Shoulder Bags for the Christmas”

  1. oh navel December 4, 2005 at 10:17 pm #

    Oh. OH. Be still my beating heart. That Hogan bag is so gorgeous. It is actually making me sad.

  2. divina lucilla December 5, 2005 at 3:44 am #

    very beautiful ….but tod’s bags are even more beautiful!

  3. The Urban Chick December 5, 2005 at 4:44 am #

    oh, the bags, they are gorgeous

    but how to get the mr chick to take more of the interest…the manolo, what does he advise?

    yours hopefully,
    the urban chick

  4. toad December 5, 2005 at 5:15 am #

    Ah, as a man I say this is the siznetz. You don’t have to worry about the size your forgot to right down, color co-ordination is not a real big problem.
    I advise the cutting out of adds and the downloading of same to printers to leave out where they can be seen. Drop verbal hints, “Oh pooh, my favorite hand bag is wearing out an the good ones are just out of my budget.” Look into a hand bag and say,” Uh-oh the lining is torn. It would cost me more than the bag is worth to get it repaired. Oh dear, the most fabulous fantastic hand bag is on sale, but I don’t have the -time-money-etc. to be there for the sale! Oh, well.”

  5. catrandom December 5, 2005 at 12:46 pm #

    I love that Falchi bag, and it looks big enough to carry around the ton of stuff I require. Now I just have to persuade someone to buy it for me….

  6. deb December 6, 2005 at 6:28 am #

    The Sugar, she loves the bags more than she loves the shoes!