It’s time; time to take stock. In the past weeks, I have not consistently dedicated my Wednesday posts to Looking Back, Looking Forward. When I started this blog, the middle of the work week seemed like the perfect day to stop and take a moment to look back and look forward. So, Wednesdays were dedicated to featuring a vintage or modern classic piece from my collection.
Back on track. Today’s feature is a vintage frame bag. The bag has striking details like a floral pattern accented by beads, subtle hints of gold, a kisslock closure, foldable metal top handles, and a removable metal chain strap. A bag like this can jazz up any look. Check back tomorrow to see how.
I found this bag at the Women’s Closet Exchange in St. Louis. How is it that I have only recently found this store? They carry really high end goods in superb condition and guarantee authenticity (in case your fake radar is not sharp).
Bag—Women’s Closet Exchange
I just started reading your blog . . . I love it. It’s Awesome & I just put a bag like this on my wish list. This post made me happy this morning. Have a Great Day!
that’s a lovely find!! very nice~
Really nice handbag… lucky girl 😉
OMG. I love the bag!!
Swtpinkpea: Thanks, I am glad you found us. I hope that wish list gets filled soon and that your day got even greater today.
Angie Hearts: Right. This bag had my name all over it.
Kira Fashion: Thanks for stopping by!
Seeker: I’ve been really lucky lately, or perhaps I am just out shopping a lot.
Secretista: It’s a cutie, right!
That’s a great-looking bag. I love vintage bags, of course.
I’ll be back to see what you do with it!
That bag is so quirky-very Iekeine Stange.
Enc: Ah me too. I love the shapes and the details. They always looks like they’ve been made with love.
Ana: And, that quirkiness is so attractive!
Wonderful bag! I’ve been wanting a tapestry bag for so long, I have yet to get one. Would you like to trade links?
Danz: I say we all NEED one of these, right. Good luck in your hunt! And, sure let’s trade links.
Oh my gosh, love it.
Ambika: Thanks for coming by! I just could not pass on this bag.
I just found a similar purse to this at goodwill! I'm curious how you've styled this since you purchased it!