Handbags Online

Handbag is thing that should combine form and function, it is able to serve as a fashionable accent for your outfit and provide a secure place to store your cellphone, money, credit cards and makeup kit. Therefore, there are things that you should have in mind when selecting handbags.

Many women prefer to buy top designer handbags not only for style but for durability. But, as women, we always have to pay a great fortune on refreshing the wardrobe, if there are some tips to reduce budget to buy the high-quality item, it must be glad tidings for us!


Make sure whether the handbag manufacturer has outlet stores or not. As we known, some of the manufacturer have outlet store to sell last year’s inventory or the items that are now not as popular as before in a discount price.


Search the website online to find the products that are on sale or coupons, as well as goods seasons, many manufacturers will reduce the price slightly before moving the items to the outlet store. Keep an eye on the sale ads in local newspapers for listing specifying designer handbags for sale. And find the classical style of handbags which is not so easy to be out of fashion.


Pay more attention to some festivals, many of the manufacturer will choose to hold sales promotion during that time, add your favorite product onto the shopping cart and buy it till the festival.

Visit creditworthy over stock website online, find handbags online, those companies always provide overstocked items at dramatic discounts.

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For me, I always buy the anti-seasonal selling items, there will be many discounts. But stick to the classic, or you will find the style is out of style and you are unwilling to wear for next season!

Kering SA has a spring in its step. The luxury goods and footwear group reported a 16% jump in fourth-quarter revenue, helped by a resurgent performance at Gucci, its flagship brand.

Revenue rose to EUR3.18 billion ($3.60 billion) from EUR2.74 billion in the same period a year earlier, helped by strong demand in Western Europe and Japan.

Kering, which owns Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Yves Saint Laurent among other brands, said that organic revenue growth, which strips out the effect of fluctuating exchange rates, rose a more modest 8%.


Puma, Kering’s sports-shoe brand, and Yves Saint Laurent logged the highest growth during the fourth quarter.

But better-than-expected results at Gucci suggest the brand is on its way up. The Milan-based business, known for its double-G logo handbags, had fallen out of favor with fashion-conscious consumers in recent years and faced slack demand in China where a crackdown on corruption has curbed the practice of exchanging gifts.

Gucci sales rose 13% in the fourth quarter, though its organic growth was a more modest 4.8%.

“Gucci has come in with a significant number of new styles that are starting to turn heads–at the same time, it is benefiting from promotions on its former collections,” said Luca Scola, analyst at Exane BNP Paribas.


Kering shares were 2.0% higher on the Paris bourse in early trading.

Last year, Gucci installed new brand Chief Executive Marco Bizarri who in turn hired a new creative director, Alessandro Michele. Mr. Michele’s first collections, which appeared in stores during the end of the third quarter of 2015, have garnered high praise from fashion critics and have also proved popular with consumers.

“These results come amid a more complex economic and geopolitical environment, accentuating the shifts taking place in our sector,” said Chairman and Chief Executive François-Henri Pinault. “I am confident that the work of our creative teams and the commitment of all our associates will enable us to extend our growth trajectory in 2016 and beyond.”

Yves Saint Laurent’s organic growth was 27% as the fashions of designer Hedi Slimane continue to be very popular with consumers. Puma grew 12% on an organic basis.

Kering’s full-year net profit rose 32% to EUR696 million from the EUR528.9 million the year before when losses at businesses that the company has since sold weighed on its bottomline. Pretax profit fell 25% on a 15% rise in revenue after Kering wrote down the value of goodwill at Puma and other brands as well as incurring restructuring costs at Gucci.

By Nick Kostov

We all clear how important the photographs play in the online shopping, it is the only way to show off the feature of your handbags online and attract customers to make a purchase according to the details and color that be showed in photos. There is necessary for us to shoot the handbags from different angles and distance so as to match up the description.

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We’ve compile a few guidelines on shooting the handbags perfectly on the subject, read forward and find them.

The first step, select the background color, in most case, white is seen as the best choice, but it won’t work perfectly with the bags in light shade of beige, pink, yellow or other pastel colors. Under this situation, the dark background should be your sake, and it doesn’t matter whichever you are going to choose, the dark or navy blue one. The right background for shooting will highlight the outline of your bags.


Set designer, near the window would be a good option, as you could make full use of the natural light. Pay attention to the place and find whether it is also the best choice to set your back ground.



Check and find out whether the flash of your camera is on or off, and keep it on. Then place the bag against the background, take photos as many as you need in different sides, at last, don’t forget to shoot the details of it, such as the zippers, buckles and make sure the information is enough to convince your customers to make a decision.



Besides the appearance of your bags, the lining and inner pockets or zipper should be the must-shoot place as well. Additionally, if it is the designer bag, such as Coach, AITbags, Fendi, make sure to photograph the logo. The logo is usually stitched inside the bag or zipper pull-tabs, buckles, leather tags or buttons.