Fall 2017 Ready to Wear Runway Trends: New Ways to Wear Your Bag

A New Way to Wear Your Bag on The Blog at The Block Vintage

I’ve been trying to keep up with the various Fall 2017 Ready to Wear fashion shows going on around the world, and there’s one trend I keep seeing that I just can’t get on board with. What is it? Well, it’s doing anything to get your handbag as close to your boobs as possible. You can wear it around your neck like a necklace or on a super short cross-body strap that leaves the body of your bag laying atop your bosom. Or you can even wear your backpack backwards. This is a look certainly not for the full chested…not that I have that issue. Anyway, I’m hoping this trend doesn’t catch on. Though, it would dissuade pickpockets…

I’ve seen it before, as evidenced in Red Valentino’s Resort 2017 line below:

Red Valentino Resort 2017

I was hoping it was a fleeting thing, but it seems to be sticking around. In runway shows, at least.

Check it out on the runway:

Anya Hindmarch

Anya Hindmarch Fall 2017 Ready to WearAnya Hindmarch Fall 2017 Ready to WearAnya Hindmarch Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 Ready to WearMarc Jacobs Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

Diane Von Furstenburg

Diane Von Furstenburg Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

Diane Von Furstenburg Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

Diane Von Furstenburg Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

See by Chloe

See by Chloe Fall 2017 Ready to WearSee by Chloe Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

Julien David

Julien David Fall 2017 Ready to WearJulien David Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

or you can just clutch it next to your boobs, as seen below:

Marques AlmeidaFall 2017 Ready to Wear Marques AlmeidaFall 2017 Ready to Wear Marques Almeida

Fall 2017 Ready to Wear Marques Almeida

What do you think? Do you like the trend? We’ve still got a lot of shows left. I’ll update with any new ways to keep your tote close to your tatas!

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