A white and black Japanese floral designed leather satchel style by Kate Spade will cost about $278.00 and a plain white leather satchel carrying a Cole Haan label is about $318.00. Clutches, so wonderful for evening, come in a variety of colors and finishes. A Kate Spade “glitter” clutch is $328.00 and Michael Kors has a leather clutch that looks like reptile skin for $69.99.
Totes are great for shopping, mini bags are popular for young misses and events where you want to travel light, and flap handbags are usually shoulder bags with flap tops. One of the most popular designer styles is the “Hobo.” Foley and Corinna have a gorgeous patchwork hobo style purse that is 19 by 12 inches with as soft strap for slinging over the shoulder and keeping it close to the body. It comes in 2 color combinations with beige: either turquoise or pink and is $440.00.
Looks can be deceiving. If you are shopping for designer handbags on retail stores or online, you should keep an eye on fake designer handbags. Buying luxury handbags from the high streets of Los Angeles, Tokyo and Paris may give you peace of mind, but it would not hurt to know how to spot a fake designer handbag from genuine ones, here are some tips: Quality – Check for the small details such as stitching. Designer handbags have a knack for keep simple details perfect. If you see something off, then the handbag is probably fake. Check the hardware, zippers, the logo design and the material used. Take a look at the inner lining too. All of these should be of high quality and be worth your money.
Proof of authentication – Designer handbags like Louis Vuitton have authenticity card or serial numbers as proof of that they are genuine luxury bags. The card usually comes with a magnetic strip, serial number and other details relating to the authenticity of the item. If you are buying from a reseller, as for a receipt or any proof that what they are selling are authentic.
Price – If you were to buy luxury handbags at half of its original price, be wary. You will always get your money’s worth.