Top 5 Holiday Party Bags

You have bagged the perfect dress, but of course us ladies need often don’t have pockets so where to slip your phone, keys and lippy? No worries, here are our favourite top 5 evening bags to wear with your plus size party dress.

ASOS cage sphere clutch

These cage sphere bags began to appear on the market last year and they are perfect for this time of year because they are reminiscent of christmas bauble baubles. While the cage metal means essentially everyone can see all your possessions they will be at least encased in the chicest metal orb around. Perfect for swinging on the dance floor

 

Accessorize baroque jewelled circular clutch

This baroque embellished bag is absolutely stunning and the cross the body shape is super convenient for nights out as it leaves your hands free – you know for instagramming and holding a cocktail. The embellishment is great for party season as we all look for accessories that add that extra shimmer. Team this with your favourite little black dress, or skinny jeans and a chiffon top.

Topshop studded clutch

The studded clutch lets everyone know you are not to messed with. While this clutch bag comes in black we really like the gunmetal, matt shade and the grey on grey is surprisingly effective. This can easily be worn with silver or grey as well as black or navy. Looking to wear it for a day coat. Try it with an on trend mustard coloured coat – extremely chic and a great alternative to black.

 

River Island Embellished tote

This lady like tote back is a bit of a curve ball for party bags this season but the added embellishment and the hot pink shade makes this a great bag for wearing with a block colour dress. With both a hand strap and an across the body strap this is an easily interchangeable tote from day to evening.

Zara round fringed bag

This snake print bag with gold fringing has a locket type quality. In statement hues this bag would work really well with a bold, block colour red dress or with a LBD.

Or maybe just the perfect present to leave under a tree.

SLiNK

-- Editor-in-Chief SLiNK Magazine

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