Rebecca Minkoff Finn shoulder bag in black
The Rebecca Minkoff Finn shoulder bag, which converts to a clutch, is a fun way to rock the fringe trend. Rebecca Minkoff first launched the fringe, Finn handbag back in 2014, and since then, she has released it every season in both classic hues, and seasonal shades.
Rebecca Minkoff is known for creating high quality, sturdy handbags which are high on style, and low in price. The Finn has lived up to Rebecca Minkoff’s reputation, and delivers on both runway style, and durability. Love that!
I have owned my Rebecca Minkoff Finn clutch in black since 2014, and I still wear it often. It has been caught in the rain, brought to the gym, thrown around by my kids, and been through the daily grind of life. On this day in 2016, my Rebecca Minkoff Finn handbag still looks brand new! Now THAT is fabulous 😉
The playful fringe on the Finn clutch is in two rows, giving the bag a full fringe look and feel. The strap is detachable, allowing the bag to be worn as a clutch, shoulder bag, or cross body bag. I love having the option to wear it different ways. This also makes Rebecca Minkoff’s Finn bag great for travel!
There is a strong zipper closure on the bag which has held up to many zips, and unzips, over the years. This is a testament to the high quality construction of the bag.
The interior of the Rebecca Minkoff Finn handbag has a playful pattern on a thick, cotton twill lining. There is one pocket which is great for holding business cards, folded cash, credit cards, or a lipstick. I can fit my wallet, iPhone, lipstick, keys, and other small items inside the bag. It holds quite a bit for it’s little size!
The fringe trend, which has been part of the Western trend, boho-chic trend, and 70’s trend, is showing no sign of slowing down in the next few seasons. A cute little handbag such as the Finn, is a great way to rock this trend. It can be worn with casual attire, or as a clutch with a dressy ensemble for a night out on the the town. Fabulous!
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