Aug 8, 2012 11:00 AM
Marion writes: "First off, a little brown-nosing - I love the site and your curated selections! Outblush is on my daily list of sites to visit when I want to avoid doing a little work during the day. It allows me to fantasize that I too could be perfectly styled one day!
I'm hoping to get your help on finding the perfect wedding clutch for our Vegas wedding. I'm getting hitched in September and I know that I'll need something to carry all the extra makeup, phone, extra pair of walking shoes, tissues--things a bride needs to navigate the after-party! Realistically I need a larger purse that can be used with the wedding dress and work for the after-party - does such a thing even exist?! I'm reaching out to see if you've stumbled across anything that might fit the bill. That is, a purse that has:
a. A larger size, but not too bulky and doesn't look like a day purse
b. Can be white or silver
c. Has style and pizzaz since it's Vegas!
Thanks in advance for your time and your help! "
It was a lose-lose situation for the bracelet bag. They only ones I could find were too small or too ugly. But these foldover clutches should be just what you were looking for. (In case you were looking for something bigger, I also included numbers 1 and 2. ) Have fun in Sin City!!
1. BCBGMAXAZARIA Amelie Leather Shoulder Bag ($174 on sale)
2. Bakers Krissy Handbag ($60)
3. BCBGMAXAZRIA Metal Mesh Fold-Over Clutch ($128)
4. Moyna Beaded Fold-Over Clutch ($95)
5. Rare Bags Chain Mail Clutch ($30)
6. Buckle Studded Rhinestone Purse ($55)
7. Michael Kors Classic Leather Snakeskin Clutch Bag ($196)
8. Rebecca Minkoff Perf Mini Affair ($177 on sale)
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Magzilla here: When I'm not busy eating my way to the bottom of a ginger candy bag, I'm tweezing my eyebrows. I prefer the hardcore body modification scene but can also appreciate a ruffle or bow when I see one. Beauty and barrels of maternity/kid crap are my specialties. When you need help finding the right shade of eyeliner to match that new shade of "I haven't slept in days" tint your skin gets after a baby or four, call on me. Loudly.