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From time to time it is so much fun to be a totally girly girl. To feminize, accessorize, and dress up is more than fun for most ladies. Yes men, it is true and I won’t deny it. Most females love to play dress up. Along with dress up come the girly accessories.

One of my favorite colors to work with when I am feeling girly is pink. Yes, I obviously am Captain Obvious. For some reason this not too feminine but

perfectly cute pink bag has me feeling very girly today. The Paul Smith Regent Mangrove Crescent Medium Hobo is a preppy yet simple bag that “evokes a

bohemian spirit of adventurous wanderlust”. That line was too good not to quote. Trimmed with brown leather and white topstitching, the pink canvas with the

Regent Mangrove print flows perfectly.

On the front there are two pockets, one closing with a buckle and the other with leather ties. There is antiqued brass hardware, ecru linen lining, and a

magnetic snap closure. Overall this hobo measures 17″ x 8″ x 3.5″ and is so simple but is calling my name. Whether it be the pink or the print or all of

the above, I love this bag. Available via eLuxury for $745.

British designer Sir Paul Smith has signed a 10-year lease for 46 Geary St. , where he plans to open a store before the December holidays. The high-end

designer, known for his colorful and irreverent styles in fashion and home furnishings, will add to Union Square's growing lineup of luxury retailers, which

includes Prada and Barneys.

Smith's store, which also opens onto Maiden Lane, will take up about 4,300 square feet on the street level and 2,500 square feet on the second floor, said

Vikki Johnson, principal in the San Francisco real estate firm Johnson Hoke Ltd. , which represents the building's landlord. The building used to house a

Catholic bookstore and was a residence for the Daughters of St. Paul.

In the 1990’s, Paul Smith diversified itself by launching a collection for women and children , a jeans collection, watches and even fragrances.

Today, with a network of shops across the UK, Japon but also Paris, New York, Milan and Singapore, Paul Smith guarantees exceptional quality. All pieces

bearing the label are made in England.

When it comes to iconic fashion designers, Paul Smith is world-renowned and respected for his stunning designs and collections. Since the 1970s his designs

have offered a mix of traditional, classic and fashionable styles. From Paul Smith shirts, jeans through to a stunning array of Paul Smith menswear,

www.stylesukdesignerclothing.co.uk offers them all. This Premier designer clothing online retailer offers a range of affordable Paul Smith clothing that

suits all manner of styles and budgets.

For further information visit Paul Smith Online Store- http://www.psmake.com

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