Have you ever wondered what makes luxury handbags revered and admired all over the world? The answer lies in the fact that apart from the charisma they lend to your persona, they’re also a hallmark reflecting one’s individual style and considered as an alternative form of investment.
Keeping in mind the overflowing love for handbags that have graced the wardrobes of the crème de la crème of fashion, this week, we have chosen a bag that is not only visually appealing but is also versatile and brings with it a whole lot of functionality. The bag that we’re referring to is the Celine tricolor leather Micro Luggage tote. It was under the able guidance and direction of Phoebe Philo that Celine; the luxury French label, introduced the Luggage tote in Spring 2010. Ever since its inception, it has carved a niche for itself and found a place in the list of ‘IT’ bags. Created in ‘Nano,’ ‘Mini’ and ‘Micro’ sizes, the tote has an undeniable charm and an identity that is distinctive.
The Bag in Detail:
Celine is known to incorporate vivid colors in its handbags, and the tricolor combinations always stand out. To call this Micro Luggage tote simply amazing would be an understatement. It is much more! Outlined in a contemporary silhouette and skillfully crafted from the finest leather, this sophisticated bag greets us with an artistic wave piping on the front in addition to an embossed sans serif brand logo stamp and a mini zip pocket. It is styled with the signature flappy wings and dual-rolled handles. Exemplifying its finesse is the voluminous leather-lined interior gladly embracing all the essentials you introduce it to. The neat stitching, the lovely texture and protective metal feet all make this creation exemplary and worth buying!
The Kardashians and the Olsen twins love the Luggage totes, and you can be next in line to flaunt them! They are also curated using exotic materials such as calf hair, python, lizard, calfskin, and more, allowing you ample options to choose your desired piece.
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Also Read: Your Guide to Céline’s Luggage Totes