B bag owners, how do you feel?

  1. Don't you think B bags look too formal?

    Don't get me wrong. I have no doubt in its beauty but becuase my style of dressing which is quite casual and i'm 25,i'm afraid it will not fit me. Apart from that, i have already have a classic chanel caviar flap and it's quite formal.

    Can you wear them with jeans or shorts?

    I'm thinking about buying either B Fendi or Balenciaga.
  2. I don't know about the all-leather b-fendi's, but I think its the patent leather trim that makes it look too formal, no?! I bought one and returned it for the same reason.
  3. If you already have a Chanel classic flap and you're looking for a more casual bag I say get a Balenciaga. They come in great colors!
  4. I don't own a Fendi B bag, but I would definitely agree that they look more structured/tailored/formal. It would be hard to make them look casual, in my opinion.
  5. Well, I own the blue patent B Fendi, and because of it's color, I think of it as my fun, mod bag. I can definitely dress it down.
  6. I don't think that they look too formal. I think that you can dress them up or down. I just love my new leopard b bag!!
  7. I think they are definitely more dressy than say, spies. But I wear them with jeans too. It depends on the mood of your outfit.
  8. Thanks for all your responds. I think i will go and try them on me when i dress down and see how they look.
  9. I think it depends somewhat on the colour. A fun colour like red/blue in patent can definitely be carried casually. I saw a pic of one of the English footballers wives with a white B.Bag which loooked really good. I'll try and locate the link.
  10. Here you go
  11. Thanks Estile, I intended to search for a way to wear B.Bag with casual dress but after searching through the celebs thread, i have another need ( not just want) for spy bag. lol....
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