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Accessories 101: Clutches

Updated: May 29

Designing a handbag collection is no easy feat. It requires a lot of effort and creativity to come up with a collection that's unique, stylish, and functional coupled with some business savvy of who will buy this, what's the demographic look like, and what's the final price point?. That's why the Clutch Made Factory is here to help you navigate the process. In this blog series, we'll discuss various bag styles and categories to help you get inspired so you can generate fresh ideas. Today, we'll focus on clutches. From envelope clutches to box clutches, there are a variety of styles to choose from.

Envelope clutch

Envelope clutches are stylish and as well as practical accessories that can be used for any occasion. They are also incredibly versatile, as they can be used to hold all essentials while still being sleek and compact. Additionally, envelope clutches are available in a wide variety of designs and materials, ranging from classic leather to bold prints and metallic finishes.

Frame clutch

As their name suggests, frame clutches feature a frame for structure. This frame can be made from a variety of materials, such as metal or plastic, and provides a distinctive look that sets them apart from other clutch styles.

Kiss lock clutch

A kiss-lock clutch is a classic style of clutch that has remained popular for decades due to its unique closure. The closure of a kiss lock clutch consists of two smooth balls that come together in a "kissing" fashion, providing a secure and reliable way to keep your belongings safe. Despite the rise of more modern closures, such as zippers and magnetic snaps, the kiss lock remains a timeless option for those who value classic elegance.

Our team understands the challenges involved in designing a handbag collection, and we're passionate about guiding our clients every step of the way. From ideation to production, we'll work with you to bring your vision to life. Schedule your Design Consult today and start designing with us.

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