29 Jul Seven ways to embellish your bag!
Your bag reveals everything about your style and your personality. Besides the fact that it defines your character to the outside world, this bag is also essential to keep all your close belongings. This article is showing you the best ways to embellish your bag. You might wonder, why would I decorate my bag? Well for example, you might invested in an expensive bag with a clean look which you love to wear every day. However, you sometimes may feel like making a statement, vary your looks or to distinguish yourself from others who carry similar bags. This is all done very easily by adding a small extra detail. But most of all, it is fun to decorate your bag. For these reasons a list has been set of seven ways to embellish your bag in your own personal way and taste:
Knot a small scarf around one of the handles. This could be a chic and silky item or a cotton and tough looking exemplar. Buy my favorite square scarf now at asos.com or this statement silky version at De Bijenkorf
Keyrings are easy to adjust and available in all kinds of shapes, colors and price ranges. As a bag addict I obviously opt for keychains with an iconic bag. Which one is your favourite? The keyring in the shape of the iconic Falabella bag of Stella McCartney, Tods Cape Tote Keyring, Tony Burch Mini Tote Keyring or Bally Handbag Keyring.
If you have Instagram you can not have misted these popular Anya Hindmarch Stickers. This seems to be the easiest and most efficient way to create the perfect personalized bag
The most retro and old school way to embellish your bag is to work with buttons or patches, which can often be easily applied with an iron or simple needlework
“A flower cannot blossem without sunshine, and a girl cannot live without the right bag!” So why not combine this all?!
You can also grab your scissors and cut holes in your bag. The cut out-thing is currently totally on trend. How it is done fashionably is shown by Rei Kawakubo, who designed this cut out tote bag for Louis Vuitton‘s new Iconoclasts collection