The quirkiest spring bags
Posted by on March 27, 2012 | 10:45 am EST

Besides an uber-stylish wardrobe, a stand-out bag is the next best thing one can wear to outshine the throngs of fashionable women in the crowd. Although there are no shortages of captivating totes and enchanting clutches in circulation this spring, we’ve lined up the most unconventional pieces to be had this season—for it often takes a dash of nonconformity to truly stand out.

Charlotte Olympia | Leaf two-tone leather clutch | $545

Charlotte Olympia’s selection is a treasure trove of quirky finds, but this leaf leather clutch is one of the easiest stand-out pieces to nab.

Jil Sander | Leather pyramid clutch | $510

Jil Sander has added triangles to the clutch family. Although unconventionally shaped, this leather pyramid clutch retains the class and refinement of a leather clutch.

Christian Louboutin | 20th Anniversary Pilule pill-shaped plastic clutch | $6,995

This piece from the designer’s 20th Anniversary collection lives up to the very definition of nonconformity. With its 500mg dosage, this clutch may be the only drug to take this season.

Christopher Kane | Clematis leather clutch | $695

Tote around spring’s freshest blooms with this Christopher Kane leather clutch.

Marc Jacobs | The Naked and the Dead clutch | $1,500

Marc Jacobs glorifies women’s innate love affair with books with the Naked and the Dead clutch. We adore how this one is a welcome departure from the otherwise predominantly feminine titles used by other designers in their novel clutches.

Tsumori Chisato | Cats shape handbag

Although furry felines have appeared in a sundry of spring collections, we love how this bag is carefree, youthful and inconspicuously cat-inspired.


Kate Spade NY | Hold Court Quinn handbag | $298

From Kate Spade NY, this handbag is almost too-perfect for spring. Although the skin is faux grass, there’s an authenticity to it which we like.

Images from Net-a-Porter, Marc Jacobs, Tsumori Chisato and Kate Spade NY

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