What Are the Coolest Bags for winter 2012?

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bags 2012It’s hard to believe that fashion shows have already showcased their winter brands already. One of the big showcased items as covered by Vogue magazine recently was bags. There is a range of cool bag choices for this coming winter from something for the fashion model to the city retailer.

Choosing a bag will fit the type of person making the purchase. It may be a bag for a holiday, or for work. There are many different brands pushing out their range of fashion striking bags including Prada, Burberry, Gucci, Hermes, and Giorgio Armani.

Types of Winter Bags

This winter, you can go for vintage bags, and these are already knocking around the streets for the retro fashion conscious folks. Several winter choices will be turning heads on the street.

For many shoppers, size will be the main focus. This is probably more of a matching issue when shopping for a bag as the winter coats are big and so the bag needs to be big.

Patterns or Practicality?

The chic look and feel of the doctor’s bag may look like an impractical choice but some of these bags with their floral designs will be popular. Many of the choices are the traditional back leather and stud encrusted straps as well as the scarlet textile designs.

Whether you choose a woollen bag or the winter velvet choices, a range of fashionable fabric patterns are set to influence buyers for the winter of 2012.

Some Example Bags For Winter

Here are some you can mull over and decide if one of them suits your style:

Leather brown medium tote with hand-painted design from Bally.
Green suede “Victoria elan 60″ from Hermes.
A brown stained leather bag with braided strap or detachable shoulder strap from Gucci.
A Caramel leather bag “Explorer” from Burberry.

So, what will you go for this winter? Are those patterns surpassing the level of practicality? The examples above may whet your appetite enough to start flicking through catalogues for your winter bags this year.

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