Bags come in a plethora of different sizes, colors, materials and styles. Sizes can range from the clutch, a diminutive strapless pouch www.onesix.com.my/, to the overnight size that can fit just about everything you own except for the kitchen sink.
Wholesale bags are available in every color under the sun, which is convenient for the accessory-aware and fashion conscious woman that believe that their shoes and hand bags should always match. With that in mind you would think that shopping for shoes and handbags would be easy. However, this is not the case because when making a selection things like color, size, material, cost and manufacturer and what function the bag is going to serve are all a factor in making a final decision as to which one to purchase.
Wholesale bags can be purchased online or through any department store or shopping mall. Most times you can find them at certain shoe stores, but shopping in stores that specialize in bags can be a little expensive for those individuals on a budget and shopping for wholesale bags is a way of not only finding and purchasing bags, but it can also be a great way to save money.
History of Bags
Bags have been around since 14th century ancient Egypt, where they were worn strapped to the hip and their purpose was to carry and individual’s most precious possessions. Back then they were flamboyantly decorated and clearly defined the financial status of the wearer. By the 16th century, bags were used to carry more practical items and drawstring was added as a closure. It was along about this time that men were seen with these “pouches” and it was considered most fashionable. It wasn’t until the 1940’s that bags really took on a noticeable change when zippers, frames, leather and snaps were added.
By the 1950’s several design houses came into being and put a new spin on bags and as a result catapulted the bag into the world of fashion accessories. It was from this time period that that the biggest names in handbags and purses begun to make their marks on the bag manufacturing industry and have successfully prospered for 60 years. Bags have gone through so very many transformations since Egyptian times when bags were made with cloth. Today they come in plastic, leather, suede, alligator and snake skin.