I don’t know about you, but thinking of fall and the potential for festivities puts me in a good mood, and who couldn’t use that right now? With dressier weather around the corner, you might be thinking about investing in a new bag, and as always, I have opinions.
When it comes to an investment bag, one that you plan to wear with everything for years to come, choose a color close to your hair color and make sure it flatters your body.
Yep. You heard that right.
And the wrong bag… well. It can add pounds. Point out flaws. And, in general, bring your whole look down.
Bags are that important.
How to Measure a Bag
Since you couldn’t see the bag sizes in my video, here I am with those 3 bags again. Small, medium, and large.
The Right Size for Your Body
One of the most important strategies when choosing a bag is to use your own size as a guidelines. One general rule of thumb:
Small bags make you look bigger. Large bags make you look smaller.
Let me explain. It’s all relative, so a larger bag can dwarf you and make you look smaller, whereas a smaller bag can make you look relatively large.
A really small bag makes this model look larger.