Handbag
5 Sep 2020
Danny Chan

Forget About Tiffany Blue, Our Favourite Matcha Green Handbags

Forget About Tiffany Blue, Our Favourite Matcha Green Handbags | Goxip

Who said an investment bag needs to be black? With fall fast approaching, this calls for a much-needed wardrobe switch-up, with even the biggest minimalist devotees embracing a little colour. Black leather bags can often feel too harsh for an outfit, whereas a bold red or azure blue, can feel well, too loud. Somewhere at the sweet spot in the middle, meet this season’s hottest trend: matcha green handbags. Understand, classic, but more fun than just your average neutral, everyone from Prada and Moschino to fashion-girl favourite Y2K have created beautiful bags in all shades of green.

Whether you’re looking for a tote that is smart enough for daytime or an It-girl factor belt bag, these are the best matcha green bags to add straight to your fall wardrobe.

Y2K Streetstyle 00's Resurgence

Forget About Tiffany Blue, Our Favourite Matcha Green Handbags | Goxip

Y2K was arguably the most influential brand when it comes to accessories in the 2000s and its quirky, vintage styles are making a comeback among the style set. In typical 00s fashion, the brand’s Baguette bag is one of the most popular. Wear a matcha green style with low-rise jeans and a cropped cardigan for a Kendall Jenner approved look.

Elegant and Understated

Forget About Tiffany Blue, Our Favourite Matcha Green Handbags | Goxip

Despite what you may think, the best thing about the green handbag trend is that it pairs to perfection with every shade you can think of. From every shade of neutral to khaki, denim and black, an understated style will prove itself as an ultra-wearable wardrobe hero.

The Effortless Clutch Bag

Forget About Tiffany Blue, Our Favourite Matcha Green Handbags | Goxip

Clutch bags don’t just have to be for evenings. Some of this year’s hottest new bag designs reinvented the clutch for every day. Make sure to choose a style that has a slouchier, roomier shape and let the matcha green shade do all of the talking for you.

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