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Opinions on this bag please

(10 Posts)
JaceLancs Sat 14-Jan-17 23:44:44

www.tkmaxx.com/handbags/grey-patchwork-suede-shoulder-bag/invt/11348023

It's a good size for work and I wear a lot of grey, just unsure as I normally stick to black or dark brown bags

Heratnumber7 Sat 14-Jan-17 23:45:54

Not my cup of tea. It looks v middle aged.

BobbiPins Sat 14-Jan-17 23:47:34

It doesn't do much for me tbh but I guess it could be okay with the right outfit....

BobbiPins Sat 14-Jan-17 23:49:04

Like maybe with a poncho, 1970s stule... it could be tolerable

gemandjule Sat 14-Jan-17 23:53:12

I hate it, and I am unashamedly middle aged!

HollyMay84 Sat 14-Jan-17 23:57:15

It is cute, but if you wear a lot of grey I wouldn't go for it tbh. Maybe try something with some colour? Handbags are accessories so I tend to match them with shoes, belts etc and not so much with what clothes I'm wearing

polyhymnia Sun 15-Jan-17 00:00:25

Not for me I'm afraid. Looks frumpy and arts and crafty - but not in a good way.

bojorojo Sun 15-Jan-17 00:06:48

Not for me. There are lots of classier bags out there. I like burgundy with grey and black clothes. I don't really do matchy matchy with shoes etc because I think you can wear black shoes and carry a tan bag for example. Plenty of well priced bags at Dune or Nine West etc. House of Fraser has loads of brands online. I also like bags from Massimo Duttiand you can't go wrong with Zara. Jaeger do excellent work bags and may have some in their sale.

ChishandFips33 Sun 15-Jan-17 00:09:01

How about a plum or burgandy one if you wear a lot of grey?

What do you need the bag to do/carry? Size/price - people here are fab at finding great bags!

BusterGonad Sun 15-Jan-17 15:33:35

It has a definite nod to the middle age bracket! 😂

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