Street Style: Handbag hunting in Knightsbridge

So we’re gearing up for London Fashion Week here at MFL HQ. We know that there are lots of things which women absolutely love – fashion and accessories being high on the agenda. We also know that busy women love coffee, and thanks to Kenco Millicano, the latest trend in instant coffee, women can now enjoy the luxury of the taste of freshly ground coffee in an instant form.

The launch of the new stick packs means that it can be enjoyed whenever and wherever you want.
In association with Kenco Millicano we hit the streets to find some of London’s most stylish handbags. So far we’ve stalked women at Carnaby Street, Convent Garden and Camden Passage.

We thought Camden Passage would be our overall favourite but boy were we mistaken. Knightsbridge was definitely a great stalking spot! We found a number of various gems including many Mulberry lovers.

Right…where do we start. Firstly as expected there was a sea of black bags. Satchels were a familiar sight, making us feel as if we were back at school but it was this bright Fuschia offering (see pic below) that really put a smile on our faces. Can anyone say “gorgeous!”.

Thanks to our photographers keen eye we also spotted a fab vintage find in the form of a tan shoulder bag. Love, love love. Our editor is still swooning over this ridiculously cute luxurious beige croc embossed tote which would look amazing with any outfit.

Combining two of the most popular colours we’ve seen so far, fans of more practical and functional bags will fall for the black and tan structured tote.

We also spotted another Louis Vuitton fan, this time in beige with a very glamorous owner. Favourite handbag sighting of the day though has to go to the “tanned satchel”…

Agree? Disagree? Leave a comment and let us know!

Interesting finding? Quite a few women own at least 30 handbags and use maximum of 5 -10 on a regular basis….

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