Celeb Wrap Up: Slouchy Bags

Bags, bags, and more bags! Celebrity wrap up this week is on the wonderful and unique slouchy handbags we all seem to like but are afraid of the commitment. Owning the so called “slouchy” handbag is like a marriage, you fall in love with it, get sick of it and want it gone. But this is the third part of this so called “marriage”, where you get to fall in love with it all over again!! The problem with slouchy bags, other than the unpleasant name, it’s not very convenient. It can be too small for some, and weird looking for others but these bags are fun and a hot new fashion accessory.

So, let’s fall in love again:

Juicy Couture is known to have the most slouchy handbags in the market. They are hip, young and it’s not only for teenagers. The Juicy Couture Skyline Canvas Anchor bag is off-white with nude details, just the perfect bag to start the new Spring 2013 season in style.

Another fun slouchy bag is Maison Martin Margiela. This handbag is very fun to look at, and can cater to all of your space phobias. It retails for about $470.

Steve Madden

But if you’re not willing to commit to this bag just yet, another designer is Steve Madden. You trust him with your shoes, you can trust him with your bags.

The Steve Madden Brockitt handbag is the perfect slouch for those who are always on the go, but looking at being super fabulous while at it. Retailing for $108, it’s definitely a commitment you can make without thinking twice.

Don’t be afraid to fall in love with the slouch. They are fun hip accessories that can brighten up your day.

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Founded by Emily Blumenthal, of HandbagDesigner101.com,The Independent Handbag Designer Awards and author of Handbag Designer.101: Everything You Need to Know About Designing, Making, and Marketing Handbags, is a trend/source expert and understands the insatiable appetite of emerging and undiscovered designers. She found a gap in the oversaturated market for emerging handbag design and made a name for being the source of finding the next “IT” bag designer. Emily launched her own handbag line, Yasmena and the Yazzy Bag while getting her MBA and through those 6 years led to several licensing deals including one with Adidas and a run on QVC. She has taught “How to Launch Your Handbag Line” at the Learning Annex, Fashion PR at the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising, Fashion Marketing at Parsons The New School for Design, was the on the Casting Panel for Project Runway’s Spinoff, Project Accessory where she was also their official blogger. Her dedication has prompted collaborations between emerging talent and brands like Swarovski, Timberland, kate spade new york, Carlos Falchi, Kenneth Cole and Saks Fifth Avenue.