February 25th, 2016
Prada FW16

Crossbody Bags & Tights

Lot’s of great crossbody bags in the Prada SS16 show, I especially love the ones in green.

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VANESSA SEWARD

Clever leather belt bag

M.I.H JEANS

Icon wide-leg denim jumpsuit

TABITHA SIMMONS

Bexley brogue-detail; leather ankle boots

JEROME DREYFUSS

Serge large suede tote

NILI LOTAN

Elisa ribbed-cuff cashmere-knit sweater

VINCE

Bias-cut satin skirt

BOTTEGA VENETA

Buckled metallic textured-leather slides

MARC JACOBS

Crepe skirt

CHLOÉ

Perry patent leather pumps

BLAZÉ MILANO

Resolute Everyday wool-crepe blazer

PRADA

Velvet platform sandals

J.W. ANDERSON

Wraparound leather backless ballet flats

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  • The straps look a little short, right? Like they are meant to be shoulder bags that hit at the hip, but the models are wearing them crossbody. I get this effect when I wear a Chanel flap crossbody – I kind of like it but I can’t decide whether it looks funny.

    ellaFebruary 26th, 2016  9:08 AM

     
  • I like a longer cross body, I think it looks a little cramped, although the bags are beautiful.

    KathyFebruary 26th, 2016  10:24 AM

     
  • This short strap/cross-body look is certainly becoming more common. To me it looks awkward and uncomfortable, not to mention unflattering.

    AliFebruary 26th, 2016  11:00 AM

     
  • I LOVE the shorter Crossbody length that hits right at the hip. It’s very practical, easy for the wearer to access and keep close to the body but difficult for any wondering hand to access. Plus, at that length one can see and admire the beautiful bag easier than if it’s strap is longer and swinging down near mid-thigh.

    AgnesFebruary 26th, 2016  6:52 PM

     
  • I agree with Agnes, I love where these bags hit at the hip.

    PrestonFebruary 26th, 2016  8:20 PM

     

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