Girls We Hated in High School by Jeffrey Campbell Balagia Bag
With gorgeous long fringe, a super long strap, rad fabric print and a 70s inspired shape – the Jeffrey Campbell Balagia Bag from the GWHIHS collection is a highly covetable handbag.
My favorite is the beautiful tan suede Balagia. In a rich caramel tan shade with long drapey fringe, this bag looks perfect for a bohemian fall. The color keeps it classic and vintage looking and the shape is modern and super cool.
Tan Balagia Fringe Bag
In the brightest colors with dangling orange fringe and pink fringe, this purse will not going unnoticed. If the boho fringe doesn’t catch you, the multicolor stripe fabric will. Even the strap keeps things interesting in a bright turquoise blue and a long long length so that you can wear this JC handbag crossbody or hanging long and low with your coolest outfits.
The black fringe Balagia bag by JC is pretty awesome too. This one could be a great everyday bag. It looks amazing with simple looks and fabulous with more bohemian or avant garde looks. The Balagia is very affordable too at under $100. Do you like the Black Fabric combo fringe Balagia bag or do you prefer the multicolor funkier bag?
I think the Black Leather Balagia is also gorgeous. Black leather bag, black leather fringe – this one is rock and roll luxury all the way. I think my favorite to date is the Balagia in black leather – purchase it below.
The Balagia bag has a little zipper pocket on the front and the cutest little tassel details that are just right. Not too big, not too small – this one is great for everyday.
I really like the Jeffrey Campbell Balagia in the rust color suede and canvas – such a good combo. The rust orangey red fringe, the tassels, the canvas with the zipper pocket – it has a really cool earthy chic look to it.
Add some pizzaz with a bright blue hue in suede. The blue suede Balagia is striking with a rich deep blue color and the long dangling fringe – great rock and roll boho bag that looks great with lots of different styles of outfits and colors.
Another awesome thing to note is that this bag is not super crazy expensive – at around $110, the Balagia tote is within reach. Most of the bags in the line seem to range from $50-375 so far.
The Balagia purse is so fresh and fun for summer with its southwestern and hippie influences and bright modern colors and construction. It will look so cute to wear with your favorite outfits, dresses, jeans, dashikis, rompers, shorts, cutoffs and more.
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Here are a few things I want to wear with the Jeffrey Campbell Balagia.
Pull out a pair of your old cutoffs, they of course are everywhere this summer. Or, get a new pair like this cool two tone pair. Naturally, a pair of Jeffrey Campbell booties is going to be the perfect finishing touch with this JC fringe bag. These orange Zup lace-ups are great or you can go classic with the ubiquitous JC Lita in its huge variety of colors, fabrics and textures – you can really go crazy.
Wear your favorite jeans, wide leg, skinny, whatever they are with a cool solid semi-sheer 70s style button down top and this bag will be just the thing to amp it up. A killer print maxi dress is fun too if you like to have a lot going on with prints and patterns. This one would be stunning with the black leather or black fabric Balagia. Finally, this pair of cool funky platform heels by JC are amazing with the Balagia. And naturally, a basic solid color dress, or romper, the shoes and the bag and you look dynamite.
Whether you pair if with a leather jacket, a kimono, a tee and shorts, a pair of jeans, a long bohemian style dress or the most simple of outfits, the vibrancy of the Jeffrey Campbell Balagia bag will add the rad to the outfit.