The Four Seasons of Handbag Changes
Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall, your choice for a purse or handbag may change. It is up to the individual whether to choose trading their handbag style and color seasonally, or use the same one year round. Accessorizing it doesn’t change for example, having a clip on or a purse scarf to give it a bit of decor versus leaving it plain. It is nice to have a different style once in a while. Also, what to carry in your purse like gloves for example in the Winter and extra sunscreen in the Summer won’t be the same unless you are going on a trip.
Not everyone experiences the four seasons, some places have summer all year. You would not want to use a straw or knit purse during the cold Winter months but more of a solid fabric like leather or vinyl. A Summer style can be any fabric and are usually lighter in color.
Protecting your purse from the elements like rain or snow is necessary to keep it lasting longer. Getting them wet especially if you have metal decorations or buckles can rust over time. Using an all weather protection spray like Tana All Protector or a conditioner you would purchase for foot wear, would benefit your handbags. It prevents rust and stains and keeping them in shape, lasting longer. The spray creates an invisible shield that allows material to breath as it repels the elements. It prevents dirt from setting in to make it easier to clean, where conditioners help keep leather for example, soft and looking new.
Be sure to read the directions for spraying distance and fabric to avoid using this on. This includes to not spray patent, reptile, metallic leather or vinyl. You can clean these with non chemical wipes, drying them right after, a damp cloth or paper towel. Taking care of our purses and handbags helps to keep them looking nice and lasting longer.
Click on Women’s Purses and Handbags for more information about them, to read and shop for men’s click on Men’s Bags and Accessories. The option to shop for both are at the bottom of the two pages, and to the right on my sidebar where I have several merchants listed.
Unless otherwise stated, the bags for this article I chose from various merchants for the specific style I needed to write this article.
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