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Bags are like the much-needed happy-kind of fizz our wardrobe needs.

Published: 23rd July 2016 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd July 2016 04:22 PM   |  A+A-

Bags are like the much-needed happy-kind of fizz our wardrobe needs. It’s the soda of our life. These cute-as-a-button cross-body bags in pop tints are perfect to drive away the monsoon blues. Take your pick.

This Miami Beach Spritz sling bag in deep red-orange by Italian brand Fabi is part of its limited edition collection. Made of suede, it embraces the rich heritage of Italian designs. Available at for Rs 28,500.

Valentino Garavani Guitar Rockstud Rolling cross body bag is made of stampa alce calfskin with tie & dye embroidery. Available at for Rs 3.18 lakh

Snap, Crackle.jpgPetite Malle Monogram bag by Louis Vuitton takes on digital vibe, thanks to coloured versions of Monogram canvas. A removable leather strap lets you can carry it as a clutch or cross body bag. Available at for Rs 3.54 lakh

The mini cross body bag by designer Rashmi Modi is handcrafted with Nappa leather. The chain strap is detachable and tassels are inspired by kiltie loafers. Available at for Rs 7,650.

This Red Monkey print round box clutch has polyester satin base with faux leather trim detailing and a textured oval clasp. Available at Casa Pop store for Rs 6,999.

Fendi’s Baguette Lace-Up bag crafted with Nappa leather features hand-woven macro-embroidery inspired by the Selleria stitching. Wear it as cross body or carry as a pochette. Available at Fendi boutiques for Rs 1.30 lakh.

Chanel’s pink Chevron quilted boy bag is crafted with lambskin. It features a full front flap with the Le Boy CC push lock closure and a silver tone chain link. Available at Chanel boutiques, it costs Rs 3.70 lakh.


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