Matching handbags was one of the biggest trends that was spotted on catwalks from all over the world this year – a trend that any woman could follow wearing just the right pieces from her wardrobe. The handbag represents the base of an impeccable appearance and if you choose your clothes correctly to match it you’ll surely look fabulous.
Our first tip is to combine a monochromatic style. If you want to have an elegant look, but classic in the same time, opt for a single color and match the bag to it. The best way to make a stylish appearance is by wearing a black or white suite, or feather cloth pants with stiletto heels in the same color. Of course, the bag has to be in the same color as your outfit. If you think you need to add a little more color, you could always go for a bold makeup with a vivid red lipstick, matched by gold and silver accessories.
Another trick is to match your bag with the most dominant hue from your outfit. If you choose contrasts, the wisest option is to combine the bag with the color that’s most present in your outfit. When it comes to chic contrasts, marsala, the color of 2015, could look amazing when it’s combined with green sea for example. If you have a handbag in the same color shade, you’ll look absolutely stylish.
Also, try to match your bag with your shoes. Since the latest trends have allowed us to play a lot with different shades and textures, it’s not mandatory to match your bag with your shoes. But when you find these pieces in the same shade, you totally have to include them in your outfit, because you’ll look uber chic. A good example is the photo above.
Matching prints is quite tricky, but if you have a print bag and you get to match it with another item featuring the same print, you’ll have a unique and funky look that will surely turn heads. If you don’t have the same print on your bag, you could still try to match it with your outfit, but you must have exactly the same colors in prints. An outfit like this doesn’t need too many accessories either but you have to pay attention at contrasts.