Sunday, November 14, 2010

USA:Bolingo’s new handbag colors reflect spirit of holiday season

Bolingo’s new handbag colors reflect spirit of holiday season


Bolingo’s new handbag colors reflect spirit of holiday season

Bolingo Bags released its holiday collection of luxury handbags in ostrich, Napa and crocodile, offering early holiday shoppers the opportunity to make their selections now. New handbag colors this season include Bronze, Cypress, Platino and Iris, a palette of bright and rich colors offered in the classic and familiar Bolingo Bags style.

The Outback bag is a signature design for Bolingo Bags, but this season the Outback “goes green” in a rich shade of Cypress. It’s ideal for a holiday trip or ski vacation. The Outback is a spacious bag, crafted of fine ostrich skin with crocodile trim. It features an adjustable strap, multiple interior pockets and luscious styling and is the most popular style in the Bolingo Bags line.

The small clamshell clutch is offered this season in Platino; the perfect addition to a sparkling holiday outfit. This clutch is crafted of ostrich and lined with suede. Interior pockets and snap-secure handles keep the party-goer organized.

Why not give almonds this holiday season? An almond Hobo from Bolingo Bags adds a warm touch to winter outfits. This genuine ostrich bag with crocodile trim is a must-have shoulder bag this holiday season.

“We’ve added three beautiful colors to our collection this season,” said Susan Todd, designer of Bolingo Bags. “There’s no better way for the discriminating woman to enhance her holiday look than with an ostrich and crocodile handbag in a rich shade of Bronze or Cypress green, an elegant metallic Platino or stunning Iris blue.”

Bolingo Bags are made from ostrich, crocodile and Napa leathers which are sustainably harvested. They are handcrafted by fair trade craftspeople in South Africa to the specifications of San Antonio designer Susan Todd, who creates two collections annually. Bolingo Bags are available for purchase online. The name “bolingo” comes from Lingala, a Bantu language spoken in several African countries, and means “love.” Todd interprets the name to evoke the devotion and care that goes in to the creation of each Bolingo Bag. 

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