It’s time to wrap up warm as the first snow of the season is predicted this weekend, so if you haven’t already dig out that big winter coat, scarf and gloves ready to face the winter!
Update your look for the new season with an on-trend changing bag from Storksak. Here’s our guide to latest catwalk trends, and the Storksak AW15 bags that will help you get the look.
The seventies vibe is here again for a second season, this time even bigger than before. Storksak is adding to our classic boho range with the beautiful Ellena – forgoing more extreme detailing seen around the high street such as fringing, suede and patchwork, for a bag that hits the trend but can be used for years to come.
Going grown up
Street style looks have dominated the catwalk in the last few seasons, and as a reaction designer like Marc Jacobs are bringing ladylike back this Autumn. Our sleek and structured Lucinda bag in tan is perfect for bringing a bit of stylish sophistication to your day time look and Catherine in black leather is a compact and chic design, perfect to transition your look from day time to evening.
Casual clothing meets sharp tailoring has created new trend ‘Athleisure’. A number of brands like Paco Rabanne, Public School, Cedric Charlier and Carven all showcased this look for AW15, and as it hits the high street in a big way you can expect to see more in the next spring/summer season.
A classic Storksak bag, the Tania Bee in graphite, fits this sportsluxe look perfectly. The Tania Bee is a practical, on trend design with a sporty vibe and stylish metallic finish.
Bold patterns could be seen all over the catwalk this season. Stand out with a Storksak original – the new Nina Teardrop Navy is designed exclusively in-house from our London head office; a pretty blue and white pattern complemented perfectly with tan coloured trim and handles. Whilst currently out of stock, our Nina Antalya Grey is a great alternative; another lovely printed design in the range.
Take a look at our full Autumn/Winter 2015 range, as well as our classic styles, here.