Purses… we love everything about Signare purses. You can never have enough purses; we love to buy them, explore new styles and read all about new fashion trends in the purse industry! There are so many different styles, colours and sizes out there… but where do you begin.
We have put together a list of all of our favourite purses at Signare.
Envelope purses; both stylish and practical, perfect for notes and cards. This is an everyday essential. Whether you are going to the supermarket or going out for dinner, you NEED an envelope purse. At Signare you have a huge array of colourful and unique designs to choose from. One of our personal favourites is this Mackintosh Rose and Teardrop envelope purse. A gorgeous tapestry envelope purse using a Scottish designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh who experimented mostly with roses. In this beautiful purse you can see teardrops gently falling onto dark pink roses. A unique design and a must-have this summer!
Frame purses are another must-have purse. Cute, small and simple with two nifty compartments this purse is good for carrying keys and change. This frame tapestry purse will always come in handy when you have extra change which just doesn’t fit in your small purse coin compartment. Our favourite frame purse from Signare is this one of the kind poppy frame purse. This frame purse contains a gold or silver frame with double clasp closure, lined fully with a patterned nylon and made from Signare tapestry woven fabrics.
Double zip purses; trendy and convenient. Equipped with the latest RFID-blocking technology to keep your cards protected. Signare have a huge variety of different styles, patterns and designs. You are never short of choice when it comes to Signare and their products available to you. This particular double zip purse is a V&A licensed almond blossom and swallow design. Don’t miss out on your chance to add this to your collection and they get sold out quick! A gorgeous pattern inspired by an 1878 wallpaper, designed by Walter Crane. Crane’s wallpaper designs were often narrative and show the influence of Japanese art on British culture. Read more about this design and so many more at Signare!