What The Sak purse style would work best with your figure?
Never mind the current fashion: your The Sak handbag should first of all complement your figure. A tiny The Sak purse on a largish woman looks a bit silly. But even though large The Sak bags are in fashion now, don’t go overboard, otherwise the bag will distract attention from your person.
If you are slim and tall, go for a round or square shaped The Sak purse. If you are not very tall, a bottle shaped The Sak handbag would look best. And, of course, a not very large backpack works perfectly for any figure.
Most The Sak handbags have adjustable handles, so make use of them. Large The Sak bags should never hang at the level of your hips: if necessary shorten the handle, so the bag comes to your waist line. And if you wear a The Sak backpack, it should not hang down over your backside: adjust the handles so it is just above your waist. This looks better, doesn’t put as much pressure on your lower back, and forces you to keep a good posture.
What is the harm in purchasing a fake designer The Sak handbag? There are a multitude of reasons to NOT buy a knockoff The Sak, beginng with the fact that we, as taxpayers, carry the burder for this tax-free business. According to government sources, 200 billion dollars is approximately the amount that counterfeiters do not pay.
'Carried Away: All About Bags,' a lexicon of bags from Hermès Paris has this entry:
Serviette, attaché case or briefcase. From Latin servire, which means to be a slave. A rectangular bag with a flap secured by one or more clasps, bellows to separate interior compartments, and with or without handles.