I first became aware of this backpack way back in high school, around 10 years after its initial launch and love how casual and elegant it seemed to look (in high school, anything high end was elegant).
As the weather begins to cool and the leaves start to change, I wanted to show you how to style the Chloe Woody Tote (read the review here!) for the fall.
This bag is perfect for the transitioning seasons because of its boxy construction and neutral color pallet.
This bag looks absolutely stunning paired against the burgundy’s, olive’s, and mustard’s of fall; it’s easy to see why so many are interested in this piece.
Chloe’s Woody Tote is the perfect accessory for any fall outfit. So today we’ll be going over some styling tips to get the most out of this beautiful bag.
so WAY back in 2017, I found this bag while on a trip to Colorado to tell our folks that we were expecting our fist child. I LOVED this bag, and it brings back great memories for me. the only ‘issue’ is that the bag itself isn’t an authentic Chanel piece. In the grand scheme of things, this doesn’t matter at all. I’m a big believer in that the only real value a fashion piece has is the value it brings to the owners life…
I was expecting this past Valentines day to be relatively low key. With two babies teething, we kinda decided that a night where we could just get take out and bengie watch some Star Trek would be prefect. All of this was already great in my books, but then my partner out did himself when he told me “By the way, that bag you’ve been looking at? Go order it.” Ya’ll when I tell you I screamed lol. I was that happy. I had been looking at the Chanel Reissue style for some time now. Back in my college days, the reissue wasn’t a style that I would have considered (not that I could afford it then but that’s not the point here).
As I have said many times before, I love mini bags. I actually use to be a huge tote fan, and that worked out while I was a student and working outside the home mostly. But once I became a mom and had to carry the kitchen sink with me, I really started to appreciate the ability to carry smaller bags when I could…