2. Frame Handbags
I called my mother today with an important mission.
“Hey, Mom,” I said, “I’m good, yeah, I’m fine but – what are those handbags from the 40’s called? You know, with a structure? They’re kinda square?”
“Uh, Frame? Frame handbags?” she said.
“Yes!” I cried. “Thank you. I needed to know, you know, for my rectangle blog.”
“But aren’t those more like trapezoids?”
“Mom, my blog is about rectangles,” I said. “They’re rectangles.”
“But couldn’t you make it about trapezoids?” she asked, “Trapezoids and rectangles?”
I sighed the deep throaty sigh of a cat with a hairball to cough up. She clearly did not understand my artistic vision.
“It’s rectangles, Mom. But thanks.”
Anyway, now that I have the necessary information, I can teach you about yet another rectangular delight. Frame Handbags.
These bags are a thrill of the 1920’s and 40’s, an era I idolize. The classy, domesticated women, rampant war, abundant cigarettes – what could be bad?
I can’t answer that question. But I can show you something really fucking good.
The Frame Handbag. A classy way to schlep your shit around. The frame offers ample space, reduces risk of crushing your breakables and also, it looks really fucking cool.
Here are some more beauties upon which to feast your starving eyes.
And now a look at some vintage treasures:
Those bags are rectangles, bitches. And naysayers can suck it.
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