Q A I’m af­ter a bag that’s prac­ti­cal but not run-of-the-mill.

The Weekend Australian - Magazine - - Life | Fashion -

The search for the per­fect bag takes some con­sid­er­a­tion – it’s usu­ally a sig­nif­i­cant in­vest­ment and will be car­ried most days if you can’t be both­ered swap­ping bags to match your out­fit. Ce­line’s Big Bag (avail­able, iron­i­cally, in small, medium and large sizes) is prac­ti­cal and pleas­ing to the eye (ce­line.com). Joseph has a cou­ple of great two-tone op­tions, Marni of­fers sur­pris­ing shapes and colour com­bi­na­tions (match­es­fash­ion.com) and Ginger & Smart’s roomy Em­me­line tote is an un­usual shape (gin­gerands­mart.com). New to car­ri­ers is Mat­icevski, whose leather of­fer­ings in­clude gi­ant clutches and this con­trast-han­dle Mini Shop­per (pic­tured, $1500, ton­i­mat­icevski.com).

happy Bastille Day! Ba­len­ci­aga charm bracelet, $905, far­fetch.com

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