Sunday, November 2, 2008

Handbag: Questions to Ask When Selecting a Handbag

Getting a nice handbag nowadays means you have tons of options. It goes way beyond the overall look (although that is normally what catches your attention). Things such as what kinds of material it is made out of such as leather, heavy nylon, etc.

Do you want a handbag or purse that has a embroidered logo dangling on it and a zippered closure or a bag that is open with no trademarks on it?

Also there are considerations as to the origin country of the handbag. A popular place where handbags are made is from Italy and France. These countries are well known for fine fashions in general.

One thing you want to make not of is also if there is a certificate of authenticity attached to the bag. Nowadays counterfeit products are getting harder and harder to spot, but if you have the right eye and experience for these things you should be able to tell apart the real thing from a fake.

One final thing that should be of prime consideration are the dimensions of the handbag. Do you prefer a wider or taller handbag or some combination thereof. How deep should the base of the handbag be?

Those are just a few questions that you should keep in mind when reviewing handbags.

By Morgan Ross

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