Librarian chic


I can’t get over Olympia Le Tan’s new line of limited edition clutches. In the style of a classic first-edition book cover, these boxy clutches are appliqued, embroidered, Liberty-print lined and bursting with charm. Due to land at Browns in time for Christmas…

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12 Responses to Librarian chic

  1. Sarah says:

    Beautiful!

  2. Susan says:

    Curiously quirky bags – I'll let my mother know – she's a librarian.

  3. Blogarella says:

    I want one! I wonder if you can commission them…

  4. Marta Represa says:

    I've loved them since the first time I saw them!!!

  5. Mumbling Elf says:

    These are amazing, love them! Xmas pressie for my inner geek maybe…

  6. pretty face says:

    Oh my god I NEED!

  7. Couture Cookie says:

    Those look really cool! Perfect for a bookish girl like myself. :)

  8. WendyB says:

    So realistic looking!

  9. enc says:

    Very clever!

  10. Miss Cavendish says:

    Am smitten! I'd like to do a post on these, as they fit my blog's mission (literate style) beautifully . . . Will happily credit you as my source!

  11. Queen says:

    *gasping sigh* these are beyond wonderful. So wonderful I would almost be tempted to carry one of these, rather than just buying it and keeping it good in a cupboard, which sadly is the fate of every bag ( and there are heaps of them) I ever get my grubby little royal mitts on.

    Queen Marie
    x

    ps just realised that in my head you are synonymous with beautiful books. Every time I see a special one, I think of you…

  12. hippyhippychic says:

    goregous!
    i want the catcher in rye one, so pretty and i love that book
    x

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