Evening bag is handbag which is designed to be used during the evening at formal events and parties.
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The distinguishing feature of an evening bag is its size: most evening bags are capable of holding only few items. Most department stores sell variety of evening bags, including creations by famous designers, and it is also possible to order evening bags through companies which specialize in evening and formal wear.
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Many evening bags are designed as clutches, meaning that they have no straps and they are meant to be held in the hand. Depending on the designer, an evening bag can be simple and understated, or outrageous, with elaborate beading, embroidery, or textiles. Many designers also create evening bags in range of colors, ensuring that clients can find an evening bag which will accessorize appropriately with garments.
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Picking out good evening bag does require some care and deliberation. The goal is to find an evening bag which coordinates well with the garments one wears, without distracting from them. However, if an evening bag is too bland or too simple when contrasted with the gown being worn, this can be jarring. Therefore, it is good idea to take the gown along to the store where the evening bag is purchased, to see how the two look together. Sales staff may also offer recommendations to clients who ask for them.
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When selecting an evening bag, you may also want to think about what goes into it. As general rule, an evening bag should be able hold some basic makeup which can be used to freshen up, like lipstick and eyeliner. In addition, the bag should accommodate house or car keys, small amount of cash and identification, and mobile phone, which should of course be set to silent or vibrate. An evening bag should never bulge with items, so if you find yourself wedging things into an evening bag for night out on the town, you should either find bigger evening bag, or reduce the number of “necessary” items being packed.