These Smart and Stylish Handbag Options Are Especially For You

July 31, 2018 by · Comments Off on These Smart and Stylish Handbag Options Are Especially For You
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While we all know that carrying too much weight inside your handbag can be detrimental to your posture and overall back health, it seems that for a long time now, the trends have simply not been favorable to those who suffer from back pain. In particular, the oversized handbags of the 1990s and 2000s seemed almost an invitation to muscle strain, and many women today are still paying the price for those hardware-laden (although admittedly beautiful) designer bags.

However, if you count yourself among the number of people who suffer from back pain, all is not lost. Trend-wise, the last several seasons have indicated things are lightening-up once again with the emergence of smaller cross-body bags, backpacks, and waist bags. Still not sure if your back will allow you to carry a certain bag? Don’t worry. We’ve scoured the web and found the most back friendly bag designs out there so that you don’t have to use the trial and error method.

Backpacks
Experts all agree that a backpack is still the best design for those who suffer from back pain, but that is only if it is worn properly. A backpack should be worn with both shoulders in the straps, and it if is heavy, it needs to have a waist belt to take the weight off of your shoulders.

Cross-Body
If you need something a bit more refined than a backpack, a cross-body bag with an adjustable thick or paddled strap is the way forward. This allows you to adjust the bag to fall right at the part of your body where the weight is the most balanced, yet the strap doesn’t cut into your shoulders.

Nylon and Canvas
While leather bags are usually associated with high-end luxury brands, they tend to be heavier than their nylon or canvas counterparts, so if you’re looking to lighten your load, try one of the iconic all-weather coated canvas bags (suchlike Louis Vuitton) or one in an equally covetable nylon (like the ones of Prada).

While there are no hard and fast rules within some of these recommended designs, it’s down to the wearer of the bag to understand his or her body’s’ needs, and be able to adjust the bag to maximum effect. That said, overall, it is recommended that you do not attempt to carry more than 15 percent of your body weight in your handbag.

Versace White Medusa DV One Bag

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Buffed calfskin shoulder bag in white. Detachable and adjustable shoulder strap with post-stud fastening. Covered keyring on detachable leather lanyard at strap base. Medusa hardware and concealed gold-tone logo stamp at face. Accordion panel at sides. Foldover flap with press-release fastening. Patch pockets and zippered pocket at two-compartment interior. Tonal leather lining. Gold-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 11″ length x 8.5″ height x 4″ width.

Covered keyring on detachable leather lanyard at strap base. Medusa hardware and concealed gold-tone logo stamp at face. Accordion panel at sides. Foldover flap with press-release fastening. Patch pockets and zippered pocket at two-compartment interior. Tonal leather lining.Versace, is an Italian luxury fashion company and trade name founded by Gianni Versace in 1978. The main collection of the brand is Versace, which produces upmarket Italian-made ready-to-wear and leather accessories, while other diffusion lines are Versace Collection (mainly in the US), Versus Versace and Versace Jeans. The Versace logo is the head of Medusa, a Greek mythological figure. The logo came from the floor of ruins in Rome that the Versace siblings played in as children. Gianni Versace chose Medusa as the logo because she made people fal in love with her and they had no way back. He hoped his company would have the same effect on people. The Versace brand is known for its innovative designs having symbolic flashy prints and bright colors. The company announced in 2018 that it would stop using fur in its collections.

Saint Laurent’s midnight nappa leather Monogram

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The history of Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Dior fashion houses are closely interwoven, in fact Saint Laurent was recognized by Dior for his amazing design talent at the tender age of just 18. He spent several years under the watchful eye of Christian Dior himself and by the age of 21 unexpectedly became the head of Christian Dior.Later in life Yves Saint Laurent went on to create his very own Fashion Empire and has since been known as one the greatest ever names in fashion. His bags were famed for a Paris like chic feel with beautifully soft leathers with exceptional detailing, but also a modern vibe with chunky chains as handles and straps. An eclectic mix of style which is undoubtedly Saint Laurent yet is often copied by other designers.

Saint Laurent’s midnight nappa leather Monogram Blogger mini-bag is detailed with polished goldtone hardware. This style features the initials of house founder Yves Saint Laurent in a logo designed for the brand by the artist Cassandre in 1961.

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Yves Henri Donat Mathieu-Saint-Laurent  1 August 1936 – 1 June 2008),professionally known as Yves Saint-Laurent, was a French fashion designer who, in 1961, founded his eponymous fashion label. He is regarded as being among the foremost fashion designers in the twentieth century.In 1985, Caroline Rennolds Milbank wrote, “The most consistently celebrated and influential designer of the past twenty-five years, Yves Saint Laurent can be credited with both spurring the couture’s rise from its 1960s ashes and with finally rendering ready-to-wear reputable.” He was able to adapt his style to accommodate the changes in fashion during that period. He approached fashion in a different perspective by wanting women to look comfortable yet elegant at the same time. He is also credited with having introduced the tuxedo suit for women and was known for his use of non-European cultural references, and non-white models

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