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Clamoring for My Clutches- Style Inspiration From Ebay

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

I have a big clutch and handbag selection.These pictured are from my collection( thrifted and retail).
The right accessories can make or break someone's outfit. From hats to shoes, it is important to strike the right balance with accessorizing; otherwise an outfit might simply turn out all wrong. One accessory in particular is important on both a function level and a fashion level: the clutch purse. A standard clutch purse holds some basic necessary items, including a driver's license, credit cards, cash, and perhaps a cellphone. Women typically hold their clutch purses in their hands, but several styles come with a strap that wearers can remove when not in use, allowing the wearer to sling the purse over a shoulder or slip it onto a wrist. Several factors are important when selecting the right clutch purse, including size, color, versatility, material, structure, and cost.


1. Select the Right Size for Your Body Type
While clutches are by nature smaller purses, they still come in different shapes and sizes, and it is important for accessories to look proportionate to the person wearing them.
2. Select the Right Size for Your Stuff
Aside from looking right with a particular body type, a clutch should also look good holding everything that it needs to hold inside of it. A slim profile to discourage carrying around too many unnecessary items.
3. Pick an Appropriate Color
The color a woman chooses often relates to the outfit she intends to wear with the clutch and whether she plans to use it often or for one occasion in particular. Some women prefer to carry a clutch around instead of a regular purse or tote during the day, meaning a neutral color might be more appropriate in order to match the clutch to a wide range of outfits. A simple black clutch tends to go with everything.
4. Choose a Versatile Clutch
In order to get the best value for your money, you should select a clutch you can wear with several different styles.
5. Pick a Quality Material
A well-constructed clutch lasts much longer than a flimsy one, and ends up saving money in the long run. If the bag is for work and play, then a well-made leather clutch is not only versatile, it is durable and can withstand day-to-day use
6. Consider a Clutch with a Strap
A clutch tends to be a type of purse without handles or a strap, requiring users to hold it in their hands at all times. Unfortunately, this setup can become inconvenient, particularly in locations where it is not practical to set the clutch down. Now, designers make more and more clutches with straps and handles that wearers can remove when they do not want to use them, or slip on when they need them.
7. Pick a Clutch with Some Pockets
While clutches notoriously do not hold a lot, if you opt for a larger one, make sure it has a few pockets to organize your belongings. One popular option is a clutch with a cell phone pocket to provide some extra room beyond just enough space for a driver's license and lipstick
Clutch Purse Features
Shopping for a clutch can sometimes become confusing; the table below highlights several popular clutch features and their advantages and considerations for quick and easy reference.
Clutch Features
Important Points
Size
Should fit the woman's body type and hold everything the she wants to carry
Color
Neutral tones suit a variety of outfits
Bolder colors pop and dress up an outfit
Versatility
Simple clutches in muted hues work for both daytime and evening Dressy clutches work well for special outfits
Material
Leather and crocodile-style clutches are sturdy and good for day-to-day wear
Delicate fabrics work for evening clutches
Straps
Detachable straps and handles make clutches more convenient while still being fashionable
Pockets
Larger clutches with pockets help organize the wearer's belongings for added convenience
Shoppers can use this table while looking for a clutch to provide an easy way to decide on what features they want to focus on in making their decision.

6 comments :

  1. Awesome advice. I accidentally picked a good clutch :-)

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    1. Ha,

      Thanks for reading and commenting ! Check out other blog posts. Leave comment or advice !! THX

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  2. Sometimes I use the clutch as my "inner purse"--since I lug around a big purse, I'll have a second purse, the clutch, inside (my husband laughs at me for this) that I can easily pull out when I don't need the big purse--without having to go through the change-over woes! Big purse goes in the trunk, or under the seat, and I'm ready for a quick run in the store!

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    1. Thanks for reading and commenting! Plead read other posts and comment ! Inner purse I like that!!

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  3. Nice.Thank you so much for sharing this.

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