Friday, September 5, 2014

Enjoy the Spring Season With a Colorful Coach Bag

When the winter chill has finally thawed and the warm spring sunshine starts to peak behind the dull gray clouds, it's time to put away your bulky hats, scarves, mittens and purses and pull out your lovely spring accessories. The spring Coach bag this year is fun and flirty and perfect for any occasion. The bright, multi-colored styles coordinate with almost any item in your spring wardrobe and it's just the thing to make your outfit perfectly accessorized for that special date! Fall and Winter seasons are all about drab colors, so when spring time comes, it is time to pull out all of the stops and chose a purse with daring colors and style to perk up your wardrobe.

The spirit and theme of the spring collection by Coach is bright and vivid colors missed and matched together so awkwardly that is The combination colors of crisp apple green, shocking pink and turquoise blue all placed in different patterns such as a fun patchwork print, or intertwining "Coach" links that most people who know Coach's' products well are accustomed to. The colors are a fun and playful take on the spring season and a far cry from the deep metallic prints and colors from the fall and winter season inventory. These purses certainly would not work well during the colder months of the year, but they work incredibly well from March-Labor Day.

If you aren't too particular about have the must have items of the season, you certainly can wait 6 months and by last year's spring items for a fraction of the price at most Coach outlet stores. It would be a pity not to use a darling spring Coach bag right away, but the money that you will be saving may be worth the wait! If you can't wait and you simply must have a piece from the new spring line, be prepared to shell out a pretty penny for one of the delightful spring bags which will cost you anywhere from $300-$800. Yes, that is a large amount of money for one measly bag, but hey, nobody said that being fashionable was cheap, did they?