Chloe 2010 Handbags Get Down to Earth Tones
With a powerfully creative brand like Chloe, and one that has a deep bench, so to speak, of many different recognizable styles and approaches to fashion, it can be almost to sum up a yearly trend. The closer you look at Chloe fashion, the more variety and innovation you see in the garments, bags, and accessories.
But one notable characteristic of Chloe 2010 lines was a marked gravitation towards simplicity and earthy colors. Some have even called it Minimalism, and with supporting examples like the Aurore Top Handle and Bucket bags and the Amy Crossbody, you can see why. These bags are all about shape, and a few contours. Their colors are muted, accentuating the material, in this case flawless stretches of leather. These bags are the extreme end of the spectrum however for 2010 Chloe bags.
It’s true, other bags were also more conservative than usual in their color and decoration and accessories, but they made up for it in other ways, making them still undeniably compelling and desirable items, and ripe for replica handbags as well. With a number of styles, the shiny, glossy look was undoubtedly in, punctuated by gold only on the buckle or another functional piece of the bag. The leather and/or python is also very textured, adding by this alone another decorative aspect to the bags. Conservative, maybe, but it’s also flashy in a very high-fashion way. It’s especially mouth-watering on the large Marcie line of Chloe bags, which already have a distinctive shape that makes a great palate for the bare colors and spare frills of 2010.
There are a couple specific bags that we would just be irresponsible and lazy even not to point out from the annals of Chloe handbags 2010! And, maybe it reveals a little something about our overall feelings for last that they don’t exactly fit into the trends we described above. After all, when you’re making fake handbags, sometimes you want the challenge of the slightly more ornate or colorful pieces! Such is the case with the Marlow bags in powdery gray and deep indigo, expandable at the bottom and adorned with very cute belts and chains at the top. We love these. They’re also not different from a gossiped-on Chloe Cary Satchel, also expandable but a little more soft in its shape and feel, highly coveted in red leather. Lastly, and most simply, we’ve had a major crush on the large Elsie bag in rust-red (or what Chloe mysteriously calls ‘whisky’) - perfectly-sized, floppy yet firm, stodgy yet cute, it will start the decade off right for any woman, earthy or no.