Hi lovelies,

Holiday season is in full-swing and one of my favorite things to do, in general, but especially during this time of the year, is to shop for my friends, family, and loved ones. I'm always on the hunt for the ultimate item to bring a smile to my friends and family faces. Luckily for me, I stumbled upon the Etienne Aigner's Stag Bag collection.

With four sisters and a slew of fashion blogger besties, the Etienne Aigner Stag Bag collection has something for every girl in my life. They are the quintessential 'Cool Girl Bag' and each bag tells a story and is your fashion partner-in-crime when you are out creating your own Stag Stories while running around town. It's a one bag fits all so you can carry all of your stuff with ease and comfort and in style.

The Stag Bag was born out of the Creative Director's Florentine's love for her father-in-law's vintage 1970's Etienne Aigner's camera bag. Like any good fashionista and creative leader, she reinvented the bag to appeal to women and they were especially designed for fashion-insiders, influencers, and high-profile clients.

Made famous because of its shape and functionality, it quickly became one of Etienne Aigner's signature bags and is highlighted in its Fall '14 November/December campaigns. Key elements of the bag include being crafted out of authentic Italian leather, a card holder included inside of the bag, and a double top zip entry to optimize organization. It also comes in two sizes, its standard size and in the mini Stag Bag size. You can stay in-the-know about their latest looks, bags, and designs on their Twitter and Instagram accounts. 

For the city chic fashionista on your list: The Stag Bag in Leopard-Multi



For the boardroom fashionista on your list: The Stag Bag in Ivory-Multi



For the boho-chic fashionista on your list: The Stag Bag in Sand



For the preppy fashionista on your list: The Mini Stag Bag in White



For the edgy fashionista on your list: The Stag Bag in White Dalmatian Multi



Splurge and treat yourself: The Stag Bag in Pewter

*Although this is a sponsored post by Etienne Aigner, the opinions are my own.

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