Betty Barclay Spring/Summer 2012 Handbags
Stylish handbag styles don’t necessarily have to be too complex with various embellishments and creative shapes. It’s a golden truth that simplicity is always chic and trendy. This seems to be the fashion concept adopted by Betty Barclay for creating its gorgeous spring/summer 2012 handbags lineup. Filled with fun, practical and versatile designs, the Betty Barclay spring/summer 2012 handbags collection has all the perspectives to become your best source of inspiration during the hottest new season months. This season, think color and simple staples, if you are looking for simplicity with a modern twist.
The new Betty Barclay spring/summer 2012 handbags come quite diverse and bring both classic shapes with timeless hues, and some innovative designs with pops of color. If versatility is your buzzword, you’ll definitely like those classy shoulder bags in neutral tones, as they can be easily adapted to a myriad of circumstances. On the other hand, if you want to make your accessories the focal point in your look, go for more colorful options, which will let you rock the hottest trend of the season with just a few simple touches.
The color selection isn’t actually that impressive, however the well-defined choices have a strong ladylike appeal, which is one of the main style directions of the new season. Fuchsia, coral, bright yellow or bright red are the main choices available if you are looking for bolder designs, while classic white, sand and black handbags are sure to appeal to even a huger group of fashionisers. Those craving for more modern designs will like the ones featuring exotic skin texture.
The overall minimalist approach of the designs is slightly broken by the use of metal elements, such as chains, studs or zippers. This certainly boosts the glamour and chic factor of the handbags, making them more desirable for fashion enthusiasts. With such an array of designs available, the Betty Barclay spring 2012 handbags are sure to satisfy the style needs of different girls and women.
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