Archive for October, 2010

I love Brighton handbags!

I was in my favorite boutique Anne’s this week looking at the new Fall Brighton handbags. I *wish* I had a million dollars so I could change out my bag with every outfit. My absolute favorite is The Jane Convertible Hobo which is a gorgeous teal color (pictured left). It looks so beautiful up against chocolate brown. Teal and chocolate – a redhead’s two favorite colors (or at least this redhead).

Another bag I really like this season is the Hip Heart Messenger Bag which is inspired by pinwheel quilts.  I would LOVE to have this bag for my next trip to San Diego which will be in November. It is the kind of bag that I would feel comfortable carrying around in an airport because of how close it fits to your body. I also like the strap which adjusts from 20″ to 22.” No matter what height you are, this bag would work for you.

The Muse Croco Shoulderbag which is pictured here in a beautiful Sandstone color is the perfect-sized bag.  In addition to this shimmery neutral, this bag comes in Cherry, Bronze, and Grape.  The reason why I think this bag is perfect is because of its smaller size which is 13″W x 8″H x 3 1/2″D. I am famous for cramming everything I own into my handbag.  I think I need a bag this size so I could be more organized. I really like the hardware on this bag too which is even prettier in person.

These are my favorite bags so far this season.  If you see anything you like be sure to give Melissa at Anne’s a call. She can order any of these bags for you and ship nationwide.  You can view Brighton’s full handbag selection here. If Melissa doesn’t have it in stock she can get it for you.  Tell her The Write Gal sent you. 

Happy Shopping!

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I have been singing The Golden Girls theme song ALL day so I thought I would post it on my blog so I could stop having to go to You Tube to listen to it.

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