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AshlynM's avatar

Can I still buy large pocketbooks like this one from this old movie?

Asked by AshlynM (9348points) December 17th, 2011

Fast forward to 1:53. The pregnant woman in the blue dress with the white pocketbook.

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Bellatrix's avatar

Have a look at this. There are heaps on this site but some of them are a bit glittery or satiny.

Anyway, there are lots of similar bags here and at reasonable prices. It shouldn’t be hard to find a clutch bag similar to the one in the film.

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Google clutches in the material you want and shop away.

gailcalled's avatar

They used to be called “clutches” or “envelop” bags; I thought that they were ugly and inconvenient then, and I still do. After clutching it for an hour, you will be looking for a shoulder strap.

marinelife's avatar

That kind of purse is called an envelope clutch. Google that and you will find plenty of them.

martianspringtime's avatar

If you’re not in a rush to find one and are hoping to find one that isn’t too pricy, I really recommend checking out any second-hand stores in your area. I’ve seen quite a few similar to that, though you may have to hunt around a bit to find the material/colour you want. Especially if there are any ‘vintage’ second-hand shops around. A bit more expensive probably, but it’s more likely that you’ll find one of a similar style.

Oh and if you haven’t already tried, etsy! Online, huge selection of stuff. Just search under ‘vintage’ for an envelope clutch.

gailcalled's avatar

Had I but known. We cleared out several dozen old-fashioned real leather handbags from my mother’s closet after she died in late May.

Each one still had its one little change purse and a mirror in a soft case.

We were too exhausted and too overwhelmed with details to thing about possible ways of finding them a new home and making some money as well.

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