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Dreamy Holiday Clutches

Published on November 18, 2009 by   ·   8 Comments Pin It

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Pleeease don’t be the girl at the Holiday party in a cocktail dress holding her day bag.   There is really no excuse for such a fashion faux pas when affordable (and not-so-affordable!) clutches for the Holiday season abound! A pretty clutch adds more to a simple black dress than you realize.     Try some of these lovely sparklers on for size.

This eco-fabulous sequined clutch will be sure to catch everyone’s eye and enliven any dress sitting in your closet. The sequins are secured to vintage, recycled denim.

Clarissa Bag, $60 @

Clarissa Bag, $60 @

This Inna clutch is hand made here in the USA, and is covered in natural stones: rose quartz, crystal, and natural dyed jade so your bag is imbued with as much magical energy as your eggnog buzz.

Red Devil Bag, $595. @

Red Devil Bag, $595. @

This Matt and Nat Bag has more of a tough girl edge, but still maintains its holiday spirit.. and can definitely hold more of your stuff than the classic clutch!

Matt & Nat Hendrix Zipper Crossbody Bag, $165 @ Bloomingdales

Matt & Nat Hendrix Zipper Crossbody Bag, $165 @ Bloomingdales

This bejeweled clutch costs less than a lunch at Candle Cafe.

Bejeweled satin clutch, $25 @

Bejeweled satin clutch, $25 @

Dare to dream…

Alexander McQueen Knuckle Duster clutch, $1,595

Alexander McQueen Knuckle Duster clutch, $1,595

Get that 70’s disco vibe going with this ivory faux-fur clutch

Ivory Couture Clutch, $79 @

Ivory Couture Clutch, $79 @

Want something a bit more colorful?   This regal purple clutch is a nice roomy size for all that make up you like to tote around.

Pyramid Flap Over Clutch, $57 @

Pyramid Flap Over Clutch, $57 @

Perfect for a more casual evening or for anyone scared of bright colors and sequins.

Shiraleah Victoria Black Pleather Clutch, $39 @

Shiraleah Victoria Black Pleather Clutch, $39 @

It goes without saying that all bags featured above (and anything ever featured on this website) are entirely vegan and cruelty-free.

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. elaine says:

    I wish you were nearby, Chloe, to dress me. I am a fashion disaster! :)

    (No matter what I’m wearing, I’m always the woman with the $9 Target purse — faux leather — with the Purell hand sanitizer hanging off of it.)

  2. Chloe Jo says:

    You can ALWAYS leave any fashion questions here, and they shall be answered!

  3. Ariela says:

    These are all amazing, especially that Matt & Nat Hendrix bag. I love the longer strap because I tend to put clutched down at parties and forget to pick them back up!

    Thanks for the cruelty fashion advice once again Chloe!

  4. Kate says:

    I love the matt and nat bag. The mcqueen one is amazing…

  5. Jackie says:

    What are the Matt & Nat bags made from. I know it says vegan leather; is that PVC, PU, or some other synthetic? I would love to know. Thanks and love the vegan fashion insight!!

  6. Chloe Jo says:

    Many of Matt and Nat’s bags are made from recycled bottle caps and other recycled materials, you can learn about the other fabrics they use on their site:

  7. greenergirl says:

    I love the Matt & Nat clutch too, and wanted to let you all know that there is a larger version of that bag called the Santogold. It’s on my list for Santa.

  8. rachel david says:

    Matt and Nat bags are attractive and cost it also quite acceptable and reasonable. Thanks to this information and pictures. If you get a chance you can even more new collections from INNA. Just visit www innanyc com

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