With top names like Louis Vuitton and Chanel earning their sterling reputations among the world's best-dressed individuals largely because of those houses' instantly-recognizable products, many are looking to top clothiers to see the direction styles will go in 2014. If Fashion Week was any indication, there seems to be a movement toward 1960s and 1980s minimalism in place, with daring looks meeting elegant color combinations that seek inspiration from past modes.
A good handbag doesn't have to go with just one outfit, either; a recent article in Harper's Bazaar suggested that when looking for a handbag, finding a versatile design can mean that the new item will go with a much wider range of clothing pieces. Investing in a brand that keeps to classical design mixed with hot new looks can mean a new bag will go with any outfit, with makers of durable high-fashion handbags such as Bravo Handbags having introduced new additions to their lines in recent months that aim toward just such a feeling of adaptability. Bravo's Black Ice and Beverly Hills collections provide an elegant and forward-thinking take on traditional looks, also, so if you're looking for a look that combines timely with time-honored read more here.