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Designer Hobo Bags from Fashionette will take you through every season on trend
We love the Hobo Bag for its understated charme which carries us through every day easy and casual. The trademark of Hobo Bags is the half moon shape and the soft leather – hence the name Hobo which means tramp or vagabond. But this functional key piece will not just look good “on the road”. Even in the most urban places a leather Hobo Bag is always the best choice.
Accompanied by casual denim looks and comfy hippie sandals Hobo Bags are so Seventies, it’s all the rage right now. The simple designs of Hobo bags add an extra ounce of style to every outfit. Especially lovers of the flamboyant boho look will adore Hobo Bags. Flowy dresses and hippie blouses with playful prints add the extra seventies touch. Huge fedoras and suede boots make for a love child look with next level style.
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Fashionette offers a big variety of classic Designer Hobo Bags: from soft, breezy fabrics to durable leather versions. Lovely details like fringes or applications make for great diversity.
For feminine and romantic looks choose Kate Spade New York Hobos.Campomaggi and Gucci Hobo Bags give of sporty vibes. For the highly coveted Berlin Street Style no other label than Liebeskind should be on your list. Whichever style you choose – Fashionette has the best mix of different hobo bagsdesigns and exclusive brands.
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