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Styling: Woven Handbags

Posted by Sarah Evans on

Woven handbags are ALWAYS in – and the Viola in pearl by Bembien are no exception. Each bag is woven by hand by artisans in Bali; meaning every piece holds its own unique qualities and characteristics, just waiting to be discovered. We're excited to start getting dressed up again and the following looks will be in our repertoires all Spring and Summer long!

 

This first look proves that a rattan bag doesn't have to be paired with a casual, beachy, look! The Viola in large is styled with the Tunic Dress in black by Pleats Please, and the Sharp V PXL ring by Aumorfia. This bag is a surprising choice for an edgier look, but it fits in so well. Now you're ready for a night on the town!

 

The Viola in small looks like it was made for the Dangling Modifier blouse by Grammar. Paired with minimal gold jewelry by Mulxiply, and the Runaway Step Fray jeans by Mother, this look is more casual but still so chic and classic. Now you're ready for all the rooftop bar hangs!

 

It's Sunday and you need to run to the bakery for a fresh baguette! Grab your Viola in large, crisp white tee, and favorite jeans. You're well equipped to hold all the essentials: baguette, cheese, Carla Colour sunnies…!

A strong and structured handbag that can really hold it all is such an important wardrobe staple. The Viola can hold up for a day of meetings followed by a night out. With an appropriately sized top opening, and strong woven handles, it's the perfect bag for anyone who appreciates the size of a tote bag but simply requires a stronger material. As an added bonus, this bag is made using 100% recycled materials.

 

Or for those days when you grab your phone, keys, wallet, and dash out the door the small Viola will serve you perfectly!

Read more about Bembien and their start in the Journal, and stop by the shop to see these beauties for yourself!

 

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