It is no longer a secret that handbags and clothes work together to create excellent looks. Regardless of the dress or other accessories, there is a good bag for the perfect finishing touch. Thus, to bring your style quotient to the next level, you need to choose the right handbag that will go along with your clothes.
The following guide will help you find the right combination.
Which event are you ready for?
Office, shopping, casual, dress, formal, semi, formal, gala dinner, red carpet show – what you wear and the bag that goes with, will depend on the occasion. To be honest, large bags offer a relaxing quality while small bags produce refinement. That’s why big bags are good to go with while preparing for occasions, and small bags could be attributed to formals.
The first thing first is to remember is that a durable bag and casual outfit, or a casual bag and a formal outfit will never be a good combination. So let go of this combination and go after these instructions:
Going for shopping wearing shorts, tee and sneakers? Carry an oversize handbag bag in hand.
Wearing skinny jeans with a tunic or a jacket? Go with a rogue bag or mail for a semi-formal style.
Wearing summer dress and sandals? Try a simple scarf bag shoulder for a cute look.
Going to the office in a tailored trouser suit? Wear a large bag or a structured boxy handbag (office bags should have enough space for all odds and ends over computers). These bags also looks good with high waist pants worn with tops and light skirts and cardigan combination.
If you want to look powerful or are going on a romantic date, a sophisticated sheath dress will go well with metallic or glitter envelope clutch. A dress with a lot of embellishment or dark details will be okay with a simple clutch.
What is the shape of your body?
Like your clothes, your bag should also help to up your positives and divert the negatives. In other words, the shape and length of the bag need to balance your curves. Here are some tips for the uninitiated.
The pear-shaped body will be more difficult in the length of the hip bags. Try size measures to attract the eyes of the thinner region.
Big busted women should avoid saddle bags because it draws all eyes to your cleavage. And that, my dear, is certainly not chic.
Petite women should avoid bags and anything with long suspension straps. The largest women should wear medium bags.
If your body is short and curved, wear long and thin bags that make bigger and smaller. Avoid low-hanging bags, because they make you appear shorter.
On the other hand, if you are tall and thin, long and thin bags may not work for you. Try a round bag, oversized and roll the sleeves or sleeveless going to reveal her slender and toned arms. Wear several thin bracelets to add incredible contrast.
What combination should your outfit and bag create?
An excessive amount of coordinating between clothes and back is very harming to your style! The genuine trap lies in taking care of business without resembling a monotone, a monochrome mannequin. Here are a few signs to getting it perfectly.
If you are wearing a monochrome or shading blocked troupe, attempt a designed, printed or finished bag to get attention.
A multi-hued furnish requires a nonpartisan monotone sack to balance every one of those hues. Attempt an untouched great dark or beige cowhide sack. For a coquettish touch, tie a thin scarf in your outfit’s hues to the plain pack.
If was wearing printed clothes, either play safe and run with a monochromatic pack that picks only one shading from the print to highlight it. Then again if you have it in you, convey a printed sack with a printed dress by coordinating the hues. Keep in mind this is an intense region to tread. You require a high sense of style to get this eccentricity right.
Go great (and play safe) by coordinating your bag and shoes. If audacious, keep either the pack or the shoes unbiased and amp up the other for a glitzy look.
There is one unbreakable rule in outfit/pack pair coordinating, however. The equipment i.e. the metallic specifying, assuming any, ought to coordinate. You can’t have brilliant equipment on your pack and silver clasps on your shoes. Then again, you can have bronze points of interest on your cardigan and copper studs on your bag. Alternately, you can wear rose gold necklaces with a silver metallic strap for your shoulder bag. These add up to a tactless outfit; use them at your hazard.
What’s the overall look you are aiming for?
Bags say much with their style quotient. If you are using your outfit to make a style statement, let your bag add its subtle chic message of resonance. Here’s how it works.
Leather clutches are classic. Crystal studded clutches are glamorous. Hobos are playful. Studded bags are edgy. Satchels and totes are practical. Cross body bags are casual.
Decide the look you want. And carry the bag that matches it.