While men will never understand the purpose of big handbags, every woman knows how necessary they are. They carry anything from painkillers, sanitisers and cosmetics to planners, phones and emergency stuff like socks, cameras, snacks and of course, umbrellas.
Here’s a round-up of women that were spotted with big, beautiful pieces of arm candy!
This actor was seen at the Nadia Khan lawn launch at Cafe Flo in Karachi. Her perfectly matching handbag looks classy and bang on trend. The two-toned look is a must-have!
Sana posed with her friend Ayesha at Maria’s salon launch held last month in Karachi. She has the perfect-sized bag for everything a girl needs without the bag looking too stuffed.
Sam Ali Dada
Sam showed up at the unveiling of the first ICI Dulux Decorative Centre in Lahore. While we’re not too fond of her shirt, we love her black purse. Every girl needs one in black!
Hina was a guest at the Khas Lifestyle store in Lahore which opened recently. She posed with her trendy Coach handbag.
This socialite was spotted at the L’atelier launch in Lahore with her red box clutch looking sexy as ever with her red lipstick. We give her full points for contrast!
Saadia attended the spring collection of multi designers at Zarine Abbas’s boutique where she arranged for hi-tea. The black-and-white outfit with a baby pink Prada bag, gives a fresh summer look.
Sadia and Nageen
These ladies were also spotted at the Khas Lifestyle store opening. The bright orange handbag and the big clutch are both style statements for this year’s summer trends.
Socialite Maha attended the launch of Tutti Fruti frozen yogurt in Fortress Stadium in Lahore. We love her orange handbag. It was a great choice which brought colour to her outfit.
This guest looked smoking hot with her Prada bag. She attended the launch of Shahid Luqman and Zameer’s designerwear store which stocks brands such as Armani, Cavalli and Boss.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 10th, 2013.
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