Mother’s Day is round the corner. While we in Singapore are expecting the “Grow and Share” money, why not do a “Gift and Share” for Mom? Get her a really decent bag.. perhaps one that both of you have been eyeing. In that way, you can make Mom happy but also have a chance to “share” the bag with her. I’m sure my Mom wouldn’t mind that her bag gets more mileage. In fact, she always “borrow” my bags!

A bag for Mom is one that is functional, yet classy and contemporary to suit her maturity and grace. In this post, I would like to share three lovely bags for different Moms! Coach Kristin Spectator Flap

1. For the gentle and demure Moms

I would recommend the Coach Kristin Spectator Flap (S$935) that comes in a mix of leather. I kinda like the juxtaposition of croc leather with buttery soft leather. It looks unique, but not too loud. Coupled with the soft brown shades, this is a great addition to the wardrobe for our kind and gentle Moms.  The large flap bag, which measures 15 inches by 11.5 inches with a base of 2.5 inches, would be handy for her when she carries it out for her shopping trips while I can match this with my taupe and camel outfits.

Burberry Tote Bag

2. For the hip Moms

The English plaid from Burberry is often a hit among Moms. The latest Burberry Medium Nova Check Perspex Tote Bag (S$1295) is certainly looking very trendy with its fire engine red patent trim and bucket design. The availability of the shoulder sling and the top handles allow you to carry this roomy bag multi-way. Measures 14.2 inches by 12.2 inches by 6.3 inches.

3. For the Career Moms

Tods D Bag

Your Mom is a respected career woman and appreciates a fine, well-made leather handbag. The Tod’s D Bag boasts a simple, classic design but has such impeccable workmanship that it became an icon and is a favourite among many distinguished ladies across the world. While the regular D Bag costs S$6700, you can also consider the cute Mini D, which is S$1930, and of a decent size (10 inches width) for your essentials items!

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