Moonstruck About Handbags

According to what I have read, and see in our closet, the average American women owns six handbags. The average woman in England owns 21 and buys a new one about three months. The average weight of the bag is three pounds.

I am told that the most expensive handbag sold on eBay went for $3.8 million. This bag was handcrafted by 10 different designers and has over four thousand diamonds.

Guys in the United States aren’t real crazy about Man Bags (Murse) in my experience. I do see them around and professionals are using “bags” instead of briefcases more and more. Is that a Man Purse or is your laptop in there?

I would like to take a guess what is the biggest reason lady’s buy a new handbag? Likely no reason at all except that they want one. It just can’t be helped. A new outfit, well a bag to go with it is always good and new shoes, absolutely a must.

Cross-body bags are easy to carry and have easy access. Bags are not just a place to have items all jumbled in side and a pain to find what you’re looking for. My better half is always dumping her bag on the couch to find something that has found its way to the nethermost segment of the bag. She won’t fess up to it but I know that bag was $75. This bag is black with a large gold logo displaying a “M” on it.

There are pockets for this and a place for that in these Cross-body Bags. Your bag is always close at hand and safe and secure.

Kids love their backpacks and belly bags. One of my grandsons has to have his Superman Backpack. My grandnephew doesn’t go anywhere without his Transformer backpack. The shoes, lunch box, and backpack need to be coordinated. Fashion starts early. My grandnephew is only five years old.

We all have to make our fashion statement whether it’s just taking a walk at the mall or going to the prom. Fashion has found its way into every aspect of daily life and the children are certainly onboard.