The trendy look and great strength makes leather the most preferred material for manufacturing exclusive leather fashion bags. Adding uniformity, color fastness, and flexibility, leather provides an extra touch of element to the bags. Leather bags insure comfort and a natural feel to the user and are the most durable among all.
An ideal blend of performance, style and durability, leather bags are made from the thickest and firmest parts of the hide. Some of the types of leather used to manufacture bags are suede, nappa, buff, cow, goat, calf leather etc. These are widely used to make variety of bags including fashion bags, corporate bags, laptop bags, sports bags, tote bags, travel bags, duffel bags, cell phone/mobile bags, camera bags, business bags etc.
Design & Finishes
Available in different designs and patterns, these bags can be custom-designed in accordance with the specifications of customers. Imparting a lot of color and innovative freshness, these bags are crafted for day-to-day usage. Leather bags have a super feel and are available in multitude of colors, as leather take dyes beautifully. Easily cut to the desired deign, leather travel bags come with various finishes including foil matte, foil brown, camel foil printed, foil black, olive green, sand printed, dull foil black and cognac.
Leather Fashion handbags through the ages
If you thought handbags were a relatively recent phenomenon to cater for the vast supplies of cosmetics, gadgets, hankies and chewing gum the modern woman carries around with her daily, you should look more closely at history. The Egyptians were known for their amazing intelligence, and scientists and historians today still ponder on the miracle of the pyramids. Its fitting then that the first leather handbags were thought to be carried by the Egyptians. It was the Egyptian men however who are depicted through hieroglyphics as wearing leather pouches or handbags, to store the essential bits and pieces needed in daily life.
Handbags and the sexes
Today, modern men still carry leather handbags, commonly known as man bags to carry laptops, gadgets and other masculine bits and bobs with the occasional tub of lip balm! But apart from the trendy men about town touting their manbags, leather handbags soon became synonymous with femininity.
Leather Fashion : the material of choice of fashion
In the 16th Century, women would carry sweet bags with perfume and herbs to help cope with the foul smells of the times, whereas men began to wear garments with small pouches or pockets sewn in. Leather handbags were the material of choice for travelers looking for more practical ways of carrying their belongings.
Purses, pouches, pockets and handbags
By the 17th Century, purses and pouches had definitely developed into the handbags. They were carried by both sexes and womens bags were often decorated and hand-stitched as embroidery was a common hobby of the era.
Pockets also became more common, but in the 18th Century the trend for big pockets began to wane as the weight of carrying items in garments began to ruin the line of the clothes. Bulging pockets could be unseemly, and ruin the outline of the outfit.
Leather handbags redefined
And so leather handbags and embroidered handbags became big in leather fashion and by the 19th Century, the handbag really came into its own. Leather handbags and fabric handbags were decorated to fit fashion in a variety of shapes and sizes. Fashion magazines began to feature the styles in trend.
Can not leave home without it
By the 1900s, women could not leave home without their handbags, although handbags were made from a wide range of fabrics including metal and plastics. As well as a practical way to carry essential items around, handbags, especially leather handbags became associated with style and elegance.
When it comes to style, nothing speaks louder than quality leather fashion handbags.
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