Burnt Orange Bags first surfaced on Chictopia's streetstyle gallery in Fall 2010 seen on Washington blogger districtofchic of districtofchic.com. She wore her burnt orange Bally saddle bag with a chartreuse vintage sweater vest vest, navy H&M skinny jeans, and tawny Dolce Vita fur-trimmed boots. Since then, Burnt Orange Bags have grown in popularity as bloggers from Los Angeles, Wyoming, and Philippines have discovered them. Burnt Orange Bags are generally seen in casual, chic, and comfortable style. Popular brands of Burnt Orange Bags are Michael Kors, Primark, Zara, H&M, and vintage.
So_into_style gave Zara bags a rating of 5 stars and said: "Zara has a hole collection of flax bags, which are perfect for people who care about the enviroment, has this tissue is not very polluting one,
They are very simple, like supermarket bags, all in white with different black stamps. I bought one like this, and it is perfect for carrying books, or any other belongings that don't fit on your purse."See all 39 reviews for Zara bags...
There are currently 1129 streetstyle photos of bloggers wearing Burnt Orange Bags. Most recently, blogger inspirafashion of inspirafashionblog.com rocked her burnt orange Charlotte Russe fringe crossbody bag with a light blue H&M high-waisted jeans, white Windsor Store lace crop top top, and tan Zara sandals heels.