Robert Coin Clutch Shines in Gold
You may think gold purses should be reserved for the rich and the famous, but now Roberto Coin has come out with a stunning gold clutch, available to the public. Roberto Coin has joined the fashion favorites of the clutch and metallic, to bring one of the most innovative and trendy purses to the market.
The clutch and metallic gold are all the rage now days. It only seems natural to combine the two. The Robert Coin gold clutch is the perfect example of combing the two elements into a beautiful purse perfect for evenings on the town or shopping on 5th Avenue. This Roberto Coin clutch is trendy and made of pure gold! Yes, that’s right, pure gold! Roberto Coin designed this purse to be made of specially treated leather that is covered by a 24k yellow gold layer. There’s also an 18k yellow gold chain and diamond encrusted 18k yellow gold bracelet. With the RC initials encrusted with diamonds on the clasps and the signature ruby on the side of the clutch, this Robert Coin design is sure to turn heads. You’ll sparkle in any room when such a stunning clutch!
If the full on clutch isn’t really your style, but you love the gold look, try a simple chain purse. This purse is still covered in gold, but it is missing the notable RC initials on the clasps. But no worries, you’ll still shine with the diamonds and golden chain. You can choose to wear the chain purse with or without the chain.
Roberto Coin is one of the world’s most influential jewelers and a “number one” brand in the jewelry industry of Italy. Roberto Coin prides himself on creating jewelry and clutches in unique designs that are luxurious and pleasing to the eye. Anyone who is anyone in Hollywood or the streets of Manhattan is seen with one of Roberto Coin’s gorgeous designs.
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hi levy! i’ve something for you here: http://theroaditravelon.blogspot.com/2010/04/award-and-contest-updates.html
That’s a really nice gold collection and I bet expensive, too! Thanks for adding me up, Levy! I really appreciate that.