Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

It is generally considered that bags we wear during fall and winter should be simpler, darker and more practical. But that doesn’t mean they have to be boring, does it? See the list of amazing Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 bag trends and get inspired!

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Fur Bags. They are not very practical and are hardly versatile but no one can deny fur bags look luxurious, and that’s what many of us would give everything for. Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 fur bags come made of various types of fur, there is genuine and fake fur, short-haired and long-haired, colorful and even printed fur. Besides, you can find plenty of bag styles which can come made of fur or trimmed with it.

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bright Colors. Despite the fact color is not a priority when bags for fall and winter seasons are created, designers do like to add some diversity to their collections. So, don’t get surprised if you see a couple of really bright handbags in a rather monotone range.

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Roomy Bags. Roomy bags have always been popular with women with busy schedules, those who have to do a few things and be at different places at the same time. If you are the one who has to work, attend a dance class, take your kids to school and fulfill a great number of other daily duties, you will be glad to know that your huge bag that holds everything you might need during a day is now trendy.

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Tiny Bags. Yes, a contrast again. Designers like to play with us. Nevertheless, tiny bags are perfect for going out, romantic dates and other occasions you need to have just a phone and lipstick with you for. Some bags are just small while others are really tiny, like those in Dolce & Gabbana Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 collection.

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Shoulder Bags. They have been very trendy during Spring/ Summer 2012 and seem to have transitioned to Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013. But shoulder bags didn’t come without changes. They have become smaller and have more defined geometric shapes and lines than before.

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Chic Leather. Leather is in fashion now, no matter whether you like it or not. But if you can’t imagine yourself wearing genuine leather, try fake one instead. There are a lot of attractive pieces made of fake leather now and some look even better than those made of real skins.

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Bag Trends Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013

Clutches. Clutches are not actually a Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 trend. They are a universal trend, which appeared a few years ago and is still very popular with fashionistas. Simpler and more elegant clutches can be worn on the daily basis while those embellished with crystals and sequins or adorned with embroidery are for special occasions only.

As you can see the number of Fall/ Winter 2012/ 2013 bag trends is much lower than those for Spring/ Summer 2012. However, there is still a lot to choose from. Good luck, our dear readers! Stay with us and get fresh information about fashion and trends every day!

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  • Great post.

    Btw- love that someone spelled “spelled” wrong (i.e. “spelt” is not a word!) in a post that commented about spelling. Check yourself. LOL.

  • In American English, spelt primarily refers to the hardy wheat grown mostly in Europe, and the verb spell makes spelled in the past tense and as a past participle. In all other main varieties of English, spelt and spelled both work as the past tense and past participle of spell, at least where spell means to form words letter by letter or (with out) to make clear. Outside the U.S., the two forms are interchangeable in these senses, and both are commonly used.

  • PS – nice article