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5 Bold Clutches for Every Holiday Occasion
Carry your stuff in style no matter where you’re headed. By Sarah Title
Comments () | Published November 20, 2013

With the holiday season about to launch into high gear, you’re probably wondering how your social calendar got so busy. Between the parties, happy hours, and date nights, you’re going to need more than just that one trusty little bag. Lucky for you, we’ve found five great clutches—all available at local shops—that will easily take you from one event to the next (and the next after that). Check this list to find your perfect pick.

For the office holiday party: This Gatsby-ish beaded clutch will let you stand out for all the right reasons. Jasper & Jeera fringed fanfare clutch, $78 at Anthropologie.

For happy hour with your coworkers: Step up your workday ensemble a notch with a structured python clutch. Just stash it in your day tote in the morning. Snakeskin leather clutch, $99.90 at Zara.

For girls’ night out: Whether you’re headed to drinks and dinner or the hottest new club, this glittery gold minaudière will have your BFFs green with envy. Glimmerdust box clutch, $25 at Charming Charlie.

For date night: Ready to ravish in red? Grab this flirty fringed leather bag on your way out to meet your man. Milly Nikki fringe clutch in papaya, $350 at Bishop Boutique.

For . . . anytime: This bag wins for versatility. We love the crisp black-and-white chevron pattern, and the intricate-yet-playful beading means it can be dressed up or down. Moyna beaded clutch, $140 at Cusp.

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