Monday, August 23, 2010

LeSportsac's Fall 2010 Collection!

Always thought this bag is cute. I got really angry when fake ones started sprouting up everywhere! My yaya had one and while I had an authentic bag, I didn't feel right wearing mine next to her P200.00 one. But how can I resist the Fall 2010 Collection? It is really so cute.

Fall leaves may drop but LeSportsac is picking it up in Fall 2010 with 14 new additions to its classic collection in prints that take you from stripes to Peru.

Adding two more handbag and sassy clutch styles, LeSportsac is positioning itself as a true handbag destination. The Small Cleo Crossbody rocks it out as a roomy everyday purse with an adjustable strap that allows for an over the shoulder look or crossbody style, while the Daphne Shoulder bag functions as the ultimate casual bag with side pockets just right for holding keys and phone. Already known for its totes, LeSportsac adds three more tote options notably the more structured Downtown Tote that includes a zip top, padding, and large side gussets for extra room.

Though cool weather may come in the Fall, LeSportsac’s solids and prints for the season couldn’t be hotter. The brand’s on trend fashion solids include patents, Aubergine Shimmer and Scarlet Cross Sport, and metallics, Graphic Shimmer and Rose Gold Lightning. Printwise, in August, for the first time ever, LeSportsac plays with metallic ink with Hearts of Gold, a gold metallic heart print on black, putting edgy and girly together all in one place. Not to be one upped, one of the month’s stripes, Mocha Dot, brings on the fun with neon orange and neutral stripes webbing across a chocolate and neutral polka dot. September’s prints are a journey to Peru with prints like Muchuco, a photo real hand-woven blanket complete with a textural feel. Fleur Chiffon, a floral water color in hazy hued purple, orange, blue. Looks like LeSportsac’s Fall prints are worth falling for.

LeSportsac is exclusively available in Rustan’s Department Stores in Makati, Shangri-la, Gateway, Alabang Town Center and Cebu.

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