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Sunday, 28 July 2013

Michael Kors Selma handbag review

I've had my Selma handbag for almost 3 months now, it wasn't an easy find! EVERYONE WAS GETTING THIER HANDS ON ONE EXCEPT ME! - Sorry.

As you can see from the images below its a beauty! Its in its own class. I love how mature it looks and thats down to the square yet sexy shape. It really brings my outfits together. I'm hug and passionate fan of Mr Michael Kors. The brand is affordable (Ok, I know that its still expensive for some of you but, as compared to Chanel or Gucci we don't have to save so much and we are still getting such fab quality)

I picked this particular bag up in the actual Michael Kors shop in London's West End after looking everywhere, I actually brought the last one! :) My feet were killing me but, no pain no gain! Often square handbags appear boring but not on this occasion, the sides have what appear to be little wings really taking away that 'boring' shape and adding a interesting outline. Another plus in regards to the sides it allows for a little extra room to get more stuff in, but a nifty and clever way!

Its also among celeb favourites like Ashley Green and Kate Mara.

The colour is grey with what I make out to be a undertone of a brown, which you can see above. For me it works great with most of my outfits, as its so neutral you can easily pull off a casual or dress to impress look! So versatile.

My favourite part? The golden hardware, the 'Michael Kors' written on the front is what really ties this bag together. You can also see the texture of the leather and where its not the standard smooth effect.

Again, not an inch of this bag that isn't beautiful. I'd write my name all over it too, just it's not as iconic. 

The amount of pockets is perfect, 3 that you can see above and two that are opposite, I can store so much in this bag I think its magic!
Below you'll find the inside thats covered in the MK round logo again, keeping the very neutral and iconic tone throughout

So the big question is how much? £315 to be exact! For me every penny well spent! If you don't fancy going out and prefer to buy online you can grab yours at Selfridges!

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