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[ChanMi's take] Different fashion, different bags

2008/08/30 Source

Stars always appear in fashion shows, awarding ceremonies, and press conferences. And each time they come in great styles. But our eyes are not only on what they wear, but what they hold!

Female stars always must have... bags! This item brings a subtle yet great impact and completeness to their outfit.

Clutches hold cell phones, small makeup, and bare essentials only. They are mostly worn with formal wear like a lady suit or dress. Its a point that cannot be missed.

Tall ladies often use big bags also. Totes, shoulder bags, and cross bags are mostly used for casual wear. They may seem heavy, but when you aren't wearing flashy clothing, big bags are useful in bringing a fashion sense into your casual wear.

When big events bring stars together, stars come decked out showing off their good looks. Here, ladies like to be daring and bold in their costumes so the flashy and glamorous bags are used to fit their outfits. Each little item that the stars wear are what make their styles complete.

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