My favourite Mulberry handbag styles

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I am a big fan of the Mulberry period that came just after the Mulberry Roxy (as it was known then, before Roxy Quiksilver disputed the name). The leather and the styles were the best they ever made, in my opinion. This period would be probably from about 2003 about five years forward. I really miss Darwin leather and those iconic styles.

My favourites are the Mulberry Luella Giselle (designed by Stuart Vevers and Luella Bartley in 2002), closely followed by the Bayswater (designed by Nicholas Knightly in 2003) and the Roxanne (also designed by Knightly).

Other ones I love are the Jacquetta, Annie, Phoebe, Emmy and Elgin. I loved the colour ‘Ginger’ but my favourite is still the Oak.

Ginger Darwin Annie

Ginger Darwin Annie

Tan Luella Giselle

Tan Luella Giselle

Pink Tooled Bayswater

Pink Darwin Tooled Bayswater

Oak Darwin Emmy

Oak Darwin Emmy

Oak Darwin Elgin

Oak Darwin Elgin

Oak Darwin Phoebe

Oak Darwin Phoebe

Oak Darwin Annie

Oak Darwin Annie

Oak Darwin Jacquetta

Oak Darwin Jacquetta

And my ones:

Oak Darwin Roxanne

Oak Darwin Roxanne

Luella Giselle

Luella Giselle in Tan Harness Leather

Oak Darwin Tooled Bayswater

Oak Darwin Tooled Bayswater

Other ones I loved were the Romilly (a huge Roxanne), the Rosemary (small Roxanne with a shoulder strap), the Ledbury (small Bayswater) and the Piccadilly (huge Bayswater)

Mulberry Rosemary in Oak Darwin (photo from bagboudoir.co.uk)

Mulberry Rosemary in Oak Darwin (photo from bagboudoir.co.uk)

Mulberry Picadilly

Mulberry Piccadilly

Mulberry Picadilly, carried by Abbey Clancy

Mulberry Piccadilly, carried by Abbey Clancy



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6 replies

  1. I love each and everyone of your posts. And Im drooling as well..big love!

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  2. Drool, drool, drool. A whole tissue box used 🙂

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  3. Oh, gorgeous! There are some styles that are “really me” – Bayswater, Roxanne,- oh heck – all of them. I have never had the good fortune to find a Mulberry bag – maybe in Montreal but definitely not here. Wow!

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