Saturday, 21 December 2013

Modalu Bags Spring Summer Collection

I love Modalu bags. I remember when they first hit the shops. Great bags, great prices and still going strong with fabulous designs every season.For Spring Summer there will be a rainbow of colours  and the designs are inspired by Carnaby Street and the swinging London of the 1960s. Check them out and tell me which one is your favourite.
This is the gorgeous Buckingham with debossed crest and colours taken straight from the Crown jewellery. I love the side zips, perfect to store things like a mobile phone and the Oyster card for easy access(obviously keeping mobile and Oyster separated in order to have them in working order).
These two colourful tote bags are from the Boxy collection. The graphic reminds me of a Piet Mondrian painting and I love the animal print lining, in strong contrast with the outer patterns. a great bag for an every day use where to store all of our belongings.
The bag Colette is has got this nude tone and leopard print contrast details. The shoulder strap is made of half leather and half chain and the small handle gives a lady like look. I like the leopard print clasp.
The Tamzin model is one of those bags that is a staple in a woman's wardrobe. I like the colourful details and the straps are long enough to carry it by hand or be slipped on the shoulder. If the white model is perfect for the spring and summer, the tan and burgundy models can be used  all year.
Talking about Carnaby Street and 1960s we can't leave out the model of the moment: Twiggy. This little cross over bags are dedicated to her  and as well as colour block hues there are some graphic patterns as well matching the Carnaby model.
And finally the Carnaby model with patchwork patterns and bold colours. This one with orange and purple patches is my favourite and there are matching wallets as well. Team them up with dramatic eye liner and a short bob. Check online at www.modalu.com to know when this new collection will arrive in stores and to organise your wish list.







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