#BAGAHOLICBOY SHOPS: Complete Your Denim On Denim Look With These Bags


Love to wear denim on denim but wished you had a fun denim bag to complete the look? Well, look no further than this trio of bags from Chanel, Fendi and Gucci, all of which are crafted from the respective houses’ take on blue denim.

The cotton twill fabric is known for its sturdy (and sometimes, stretchy) properties, plus it is also relatively lightweight in comparison to materials like leather, for example. In other words, it makes for a fabulous choice on designer handbags for that casual yet chic appeal.

First up, the Mini Flap Bag (SGD6280) makes a return for #CHANELCruise, coming in blue denim with gold metallic hardware found on the CC twist lock, leather-interlaced chain and adjustable ‘pearl crush’ mechanism located on the shoulder strap. Chanel’s flap bag measures 18 cm wide and 13 cm high, with a spacious interior and an additional zip pocket to keep everything neatly in place.

Moving on to Fendi’s new First Medium (SGD5150) crafted in blue denim with their signature Karligraphy overlay. The unique layering of textures adds a whole new dimension to the puffy Fendi bag, one that can be carried like a clutch by hand or worn over the shoulder via the removable chain strap. Measuring 32.5 cm at its widest and 23.5 cm high (from the base of the bag to the tip of the ‘F’ clasp), the roomy First Medium can take you from day to night in no time at all.

Lastly, Gucci’s very own Jackie 1961 Small Shoulder Bag (SGD3100) is presented in blue/ivory eco-washed organic GG jacquard denim, making this an excellent alternative to the classic versions in GG Supreme and smooth calfskin leather. One of the great points about the Jackie would be the provision of a second ‘buckle closure’ strap, allowing you to wear it in one of several ways. Besides, the small size is pretty decent at 28 cm by 20 cm, making it a great size for those on the go.

For more information, do visit the brand’s respective sites 


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