Favorite handbags

There are a number of things I'm grateful for. Waking up every day, my Savior, my family and friends and a few other riches that money cannot buy. But when we start talking about my gratitude for those items I can purchase...where do I begin? Shoes, coffee, handbags and all things rose gold to name just a few! My accessories love is real. I want to share some of my favorite handbags with you. They are perfect for the fall and winter and are at a range of price points. A couple of my favorite handbags are definitely investment pieces but they are not trendy! I make it a point to invest in and suggest timeless styles and colors when the price tag is creeping up.

My absolute favorite is the Chloe Shoulder Bag. The rich and elegant wine color is AMAZING. It is an eye-turner for the right reasons. I love the subtle, gold hardware on this handbag. Get more details or shop the bag below:

The M2Malletier is ridiculously sleek and stunning. With all its angular designs and the needle handle, it is easily a signature handbag. The M2Malletier is one of my favorite handbags period - for me it is a year-round bag.

Elizabeth and James can be counted on to deliver a stylish, modern yet not to trendy look. This gorgeous, cognac, saddle bag certainly lives up to their standard. Can you imagine this handbag with THE perfect over-the-knee or ankle boots? I can see it. I love this saddle bag and its subtlety.

I have plenty of favorites but the last on this list is another cognac, colored beauty. You can get it in black also. The leather is gorgeous and it's a larger bag for a reasonable investment. I love the multi-strap design - check it out for yourself, don't take my word for it.

I've been trying to stick with smaller cross body bags and clutches but let's face it, there will always be a need to own a large handbag or two.

Enjoy the day loves! xx

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