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September 27, 2017

Mini Bag Mania

Outfit details:

Zara striped satin shirt, Zara faux leather midi skirt, Coach kisslock bag (similar here), Coach Borough bag (similar here), Coach “C” earrings (more fashionable here), Dior diorstellaire1 sunglasses, Gucci loafer pumps

As I sit down to write this first Fall fashion post, I am bursting at the seams with excitement about the looks I’m hoping to shoot this Fall. I can’t wait to share my new obsessions with you! The first of these obsessions is the mini bag. I spotted this trend on the F/W 17 runways and absolutely fell in love. There are a ton of pros to purchasing a mini bag. 1. They’re just so cute. 2. The price- the smaller the bag,  the smaller the price, and isn’t that nice? 3. They are so versatile- dress them up or down, wear them day or night. 

Voilà the Coach 1941 F/W 17 mini kisslock bag! I can barely fit a handful of change in this bag and I love it. The leather is beautiful and supple and the long chain makes it a cross between a fabulous necklace and a fabulous bag. It’s an instant classic.

You’ll notice that I’m carrying two bags here….with the mini bag trend comes the double bag trend. I chose another Coach bag, my Coach Borough. You’ve seen this bag a million times for a good reason- it’s an excellent city bag!

I paired my Coach kisslock with a few of my Fall favourites: mustard yellow and faux leather. Mustard is an interesting colour that always pops up in all of it’s glory during Fall. It’s a colour that might cause some to turn away in fear- don’t! Give it a try! You’ll see this colour on me over and over again this season.

What do you think about the mini bag? Ridiculously cute or just ridiculous?

Photo Credit: Melanie Grondin

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  • Courtney

    That outfit is so cute! I just love that striped top, it’s so cute.

    September 27, 2017 at 5:59 pm Reply
    • The Fashionable Physician

      Thanks so much, Courtney! It’s another Zara must-have.

      September 28, 2017 at 8:17 pm Reply

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