Fed Up Of Handbag Flings? It’s Time To Find The ‘One’ With Stella & Max

Fed up of handbag flings? It’s time to find the ‘one’ with Stella & Max

Stella & Max

Springtime calls for a new wardrobe: jean jackets, sundresses, sandals, jean shorts, flowy blouses and a new clutch. As we are getting ready for summer and looking forward to spending our weekends having brunch and sipping on bubbly in South Kensington, we turn to Stella & Max.

The Stella and Max collection was built on making a range that is as pretty as they are practical; a difficult balance to strike when you’re trying to stay stylish at work and beyond.

A true power couple, Stella and Max’s relationship is at the heart of their designs. Together, Stella and Max are a recipe for success and gorgeous creations. Stella is practical, whilst Max is laidback, resulting in the perfect working balance. Their brand proves you don’t have to suffer for fashion, with a collection of super-bags that are as multifunctional as a backpack and as sophisticated as a tote.

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If you’re anything like us, fitting style into a busy schedule can feel like a full-time job in itself. However, Stella and Max offer a solution. The company cite their inspiration as coming from: “Confidence. Style. Romance. Function. Colour.” The duo explain that confidence is key in finding style and romance, and it’s impossible to be confident if your outfit is causing you grief. Today, the pair has created four different collections with practical wristlets, clutches and crossbody bags meaning that you can find the perfect day into night statement to suit your needs and occasion.

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The We Go Together classic clutch collection has a variety of patterns and colours, meaning that you can tailor your bag to any springtime outfit. Here at Your Coffee Break, practicality comes first and if you look at the Stella and Max Be Mine Crossbody Bag, it’s simply the perfect fit for any fashion conscious, professional woman. These fabulous bags offer multiple compartments and changeable straps all in the space of a beautiful little clutch. With a shoulder strap, a wristlet strap and a metal-zipper pockets, Stella and Max know how to make use of space. Effortlessly slip the mini bag over your shoulder when you’re on the move, and no one will be the wiser when you rock up with a gorgeous clutch in hand. Perfect for networking events and breakfast meetings with clients, where you need to look good and be prepared to present your best in rain or shine.

Say goodbye to bulky workbags, the Still the One Crossbody Bag is big enough for your essentials and small enough not to leave you aching. Dragging your work around all day can leave you craving a full-body massage, but this adorable mini bag allows you to downsize. Its soft look is bang on trend, and a Your Coffee Break favourite is the new floral pattern. For those of you who need your wardrobe as organised as your diary, this bag is definitely ‘Still the One’.

Spending your lunch hour shopping is the dream, right? Leave your workload behind for an hour and treat yourself with the help of the Cosmic Framed Indexer, part of Stella and Max’s Lost Romance collection. With 16 credit-card slots, this stunner is made for spending.

Think about the ideal night out with the girls. We are talking about long summer nights, cocktails at your favourite rooftop bar, garden parties and dancing the night away in your LBD. Now, think about losing your shiny essentials and Kurt Geiger wallet in the cab from the rooftop soiree to the after party. No, no, no!  There’s no easier way to ruin a good night out than losing something, but don’t fear; the Better Together collection offers multiple credit-card slots, phone pockets  making your wristlet party-proof. Available in lime, orange and black, adorned with a beautiful silver-tone ornament, these clutches and clutch wristlets are ideal for any special occasion. And with neon in trend for 2014, the vibrant colours are particularly special. Leave your purse at home, as these bags work the jobs of both the handbag and the purse.

Stella and Max aren’t here to help you find a fling, they’re here to help you find the one.

For more info, visit www.stellaandmax.com.

Natalie Beech

Natalie Beech is a freelance writer and Editor-in-chief of online magazine The Grade (www.the-grade.com) which covers everything cultural in her hometown Leicester. Currently finishing her degree in Creative Writing and Journalism, she spends any free moments running, cooking and tweeting.

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