Handbags are an essential accessory for many women. They not only complete an outfit, but they also serve a functional purpose of carrying important items. However, with constant use, handbags can become worn out, dirty, or damaged. That’s why it’s essential to take good care of your handbags to keep them in great condition. Here are some tips for maintaining your handbags:
- Store your handbags properly
One of the best ways to maintain your handbags is to store them properly. When not in use, handbags should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid storing them in humid areas like bathrooms or basements, as the humidity can damage the materials. Use our Chinyere Ugoji dust bag to protect your handbags from dust, dirt, and scratches.
- Clean your handbags regularly
Regular cleaning is crucial to maintaining the condition of your handbags. Use a soft cloth or brush to remove any dirt or debris from the surface of your bag. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as they can damage the materials of your handbag. If your handbag is made of leather, use our Chinyere Ugoji leather cleaner and conditioner to keep it moisturized and prevent it from drying out.
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Chinyere Ugoji Bridgette Bag on Hit Comedy Will & Grace
I'm so excited that the Ugoji Collection Bridgette Bag was in one of the most memorable scenes of Will & Grace! I've always loved Debra Messing and I'm thrilled that she loved the bag enough to wear it on set. In this scene it's on the table throughout the whole scene! Grace is also carrying it in the first scene of the episode.
This baguette style leather bag has multiple compartments that hold your keys, phone and personal belongings in a more compact shoulder bag with adjustable straps.
Thanks to Will & Grace Emmy Winning Creative Director Steve Watson for all the handbag love! xoxo
Thanks to Adam Glassman - Fashion Editor at "O Magazine", Rachel Shechtman - Founder of Story Boutique, and Mo Mullen of West Elm for choosing my collection as a select favorite at "Pitch Night"
I ran into supermodel Lana Ogilvie on "pitch night" at Story Boutique in NYC. I'm so happy that she loves her Chelsea Crossbody bag! In addition to being a top model, Lana is also an artist and has designed a beautiful collection of handmade jewelry. You can take a look at her Sabre jewelry online at sabrenyc.com.
The Greta Constantine collection appeals to the sleek, worldly, empowered and sophisticated woman and offers clothes with a modern sensibility for truly effortless dressing. Some of their A-list clientele include: Jennifer Hudson, Sarah Gadon, Carly Rae Jepsen, Coco Rocha, Nelly Furtado, Angelina Jolie, Abigail Breslin, Kristin Kreuk, Malin Akerman, Iman, Kreesha Turner, Kim Wayans, Gabrielle Miller, Natalie Zea, Hilary Duff, Victoria Beckham, Jully Black, Grace Park, Camilla Al Fayed, Jessi Cruickshank, Alexandra Weston, Jeanne Beker, Yasmin Warsame, Sarah Polley, Jessica Pare, Enuka Okuma, Charlotte Sullivan, and Naomi Campbell.
Greta Constantine is an accessible luxury line of ready-to-wear women's wear based in Toronto, Canada. Designers Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong, considered the “jersey boys of Toronto,” have rapidly accumulated a clientele comprised of international socialites and celebrities alike since starting their label in 2006. The name itself is derived from the combination of the name of Stephen’s mother, Greta, with that of Kirk’s grandfather, Constantine. The pair works together in their Toronto area studio -- conceptualizing, exploring, and challenging the fashions of today for the women of tomorrow.