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We're in the thick of holiday season and with the beginning of Hanukkah and Christmas, we're kicking into overdrive. Do you have your holiday bag selections ready? If you're still looking for a fun option I recommend Antoinette Lee Designs' 'Mia' Bag. 'Mia' is the cool girl in high school - not the ponytail sporting cheerleader, but the edgy fashionista who was the first to forgo scrunchy socks and move onto mini skirts and grommet-accented bags. Not your classic clutch, the egg-shaped Mia can also be worn cross-body (ideal for the downtown chic hipster attending club parties). If you're considering the black, take a second look at the shimmering navy - it has a nice pop in person and a bigger wow factor than the black. Don't worry about space - you can fit makeup, a blackberry, a small wallet and even a camera inside!
You know I'm not a fan of the shoulder bag-- handheld is my preference. But, every now and then a good shoulder bag-- provided it has that all important flat base, no loosy-goosy hobos for this bagista-- is worth a second look. This Matt and Nat Camden Bag in Coffee gets a second look from me. First off, it's another eco brand aside from Vegan Queen that I actually like 100%. From their wallets to their large duffle bags, Matt & Nat never misses a bag-a-licious step. And, their prices are mostly under the $300 mark, something we can all appreciate today. The crinkled texture give this material an almost origami-like feel. And, come to think of it, if I recall from their preview that there was a whole origami theme for the season. Finally, the true chocolate color is darn near edible! Let me know what you think in comments!