Dior: 5 #DiorOblique Bags That Are Forever Classics

Dior Classic Dior Oblique BagsPHOTOS COURTESY OF DIOR

Can’t get enough of Dior’s now iconic #DiorOblique bags? Elaborately woven to form a motif that’s now instantly recognisable, it is also embroidered to perfection.

Besides requiring extensive technical expertise, the hardy material is also very easy on the eyes. Constantly evolving, the timeless #DiorOblique logo appears on an array on a wide array of bags. And here are five classic must-have styles that will never go out of style.

Firstly, the Medium Dior Bobby Bag (SGD5500) and Dior Bobby East-West Bag (SGD5000), which are essentially ‘same but different’. One of the newer styles here, the Bobby is a casual hobo flap bag with curvy good looks and a military-inspired CD magnetic buckle strap. The former measures 22 cm by 17 cm, while the latter is more compact at 21 cm by 12 cm. Both come with a removable leather shoulder strap that offers multiple ways of carrying.

Moving on, there’s the the 30 Montaigne East-West Bag With Chain (SGD4800). It’s slightly dressier, thanks to the antique gold-tone CD clasp and chain strap, which makes this suitable for evenings as well. Measuring 21.5 cm by 12 cm, its boxy shape is roomy enough for all your daily essentials.

Then there’s one of the OGs, the Saddle, which now also comes in a mini size. Previous iterations saw the Saddle sold as-is, but current versions also come with the removable blue leather strap to convert it into a crossbody sling. Retailing at SGD5100, the Mini Saddle Bag With Strap measures 21 cm by 18 cm.

Lastly, the one-and-only powerhouse Book Tote is perfect for grocery shopping, weekends and even onboard flights as a carry-on bag. At 36 cm wide and 27.5 cm high, the Medium Book Tote (SGD4700) is big enough for a laptop and then some. The Book Tote family has grown to include multiple styles so there’s definitely something for everyone.

For more information, do visit DIOR.com


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