Monday, July 24, 2017

Chic Plaid





| Tank: Topshop (on sale) | Button-up: Bp | Heels: Sam Edelman | Jeans: Articles of Society | Handbag: Prada | Sunglasses: Under $15 |

Happy Monday! After a relaxing weekend and a little bit of fun, I am finally feeling refreshed, and what better time to feel that way than a Monday. So, who doesn't love a plaid button down for fall!?! They are seriously the perfect transitional piece, and with how bipolar the weather is in the Carolina's, its good to have one hanging in the closet. Paired with my new favorite jeans and some fun heels.... I will be wearing this way too often this summer.

When it comes to designer handbags, I do lots and lots of research before making a decision. Most of the time I contemplate my decision for months before even considering buying one. This bag was hands down the best decision ever. Its the perfect fall and winter handbag, but I carry it all year round. I've been asked a lot lately what I look for in a designer bag and here are a few of the basics:

1. Versatility - If I'm going to make an investment in a higher priced handbag, I want it to be one that matches with almost anything and one that I will get a lot of use out of.

2. - Pockets - I love love love my LV Neverfull but the lack of pockets causes my purse to become a black hole. I can never seem to find anything in it, until I got a purse organizer. But, I love that this one has a middle divider that also serves as a large pocket. It also has additional small pockets on the inside.

3. Laptop Friendly - I am always on my laptop. Between work, school and CPA exams, my laptop is pretty much my life line. So, its important that I have a bag that I can throw it in, if I don't have the option to carry my backpack where ever I am going.

Those are just to name a few but there are so many things to consider when buying a bag. My advice is to do you research, read reviews, and find them in store and get a feel for them, even if you don't plan to buy them in store. For me, I get most of mine used, and there are so many great sites for that. I plan to do a more in depth post soon, stay tuned!

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