Any outfit, even the most luxurious one, would look dull without accessories. To this end, handbags play two roles: they complete the looks, but also let you carry your personal belongings with you wherever you go. The newest Roberto Cavalli fall/winter 2012-2013 handbags do more than the mentioned, as they add chicness and a daring touch to your outfits through a fabulous color palette and opulent prints. Filled with stand-out designs, signature animal prints and the hottest shades of the new season, this stunning collection promises to take your styling to a whole new level.
Roberto Cavalli has always been known for edgy, eccentric designs that definitely aren’t for the faint hearted. For the new cold season, the luxurious brand tries to mild things down by combining edginess with classy touches. As a result, we can see an array of uber-covetable stunners that can appeal to fashionisers with different tastes and preferences. From spacious totes to beautifully discreet clutches, the Roberto Cavalli fall/winter 2012-2013 handbag collection has a variety of eye-catching alternatives that can instantly define your simple, monochrome and tone-down looks.
It would never feel like Cavalli, let there not be the wild animal prints. As much expected, the Roberto Cavalli fall/winter 2012-2013 handbags also feature lots of exciting animal prints, which are highly fashionable now. There are chic snakeskin prints, leopard prints, exotic skin textures that will add the Cavalli vibe to your overall look.
Alongside bold animal prints and a vibrant color palette consisting of reds, yellows, purples, turquoise tones, the Roberto Cavalli fall/winter 2012-2013 handbags also feature noticeable details, such as the metallic touches. If you give preference to textural details more, you’ll certainly love this trend. Studs and screw-like motifs decorate these arm candies, letting you make a powerful style statement in the new season. Look through all the gorgeous bag styles and choose the one that will match your personality at the best.
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