Handbags for over a century have become an indispensable fashion item for the womenfolk. The needs and roles of women have evolved over the years, and it took until the late 19th and early 20th century for women’s handbag awareness to sprout. This lead to the births of many of today’s popular and most luxurious handbag design houses, such as Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Hermes. The transition from being just a tool for transporting valuables, to one of the most important, if not the most important clothing accessories for women, has become an exciting subject of interest for many years.
Handbags for women, have steadily served more important roles than merely a tool for carrying a woman’s possessions, and have become objects of attachment to many. These days, it is not unusual for a woman to feel naked when she isn’t with her handbag; the functionality of a handbag for many women can barely be qualified.
Alongside serving its role as a woman’s survival kit, and material for bearing some of the most crucial of her belongings, a woman’s handbag can rightly be associated with her class, privacy, and identity. Little wonder the rave and obsession it has garnered over the years, across the streets, pages of fashion magazines, runways, and red carpets all over the world.
Filling the void
This millennium has particularly witnessed an evolution in handbags for women. Creativity and innovation in the handbag industry seem to have taken a quantum leap in the past two decades. Women now have an almost unlimited array of styles and designs to choose from, suiting a diverse number of whims and preferences.
Despite the boom in the ingenuity of handbag manufacturers, the millennials have mostly been unable to satisfy the adventurous nature of their class. That craving for the daring, radical, out-of-this-world, and unique style of handbags had unknowingly been neglected, thereby creating a painful void for a whole generation of young women.
The game changer!
The W.E.A.T brand boldly accepted the challenge and responsibility for creating a line of handbags for women, especially millennials, that reflects and promotes the vibrant and ever dynamic lifestyle of every young woman. W.E.A.T women cannot be confined; they want to break barriers and change their world. The W.E.A.T brand has successfully created that freedom.
The name, We Eat Avocado Toast, amply tells the story of the audacious disposition of this intervention. Now, the W.E.A.T brand has become a household name for young women, including all categories of female celebrities across the globe.
W.E.A.T has succeeded in proving that the idea of cute, stylish, affordable, and yet, high-quality handbags for women, is not a delusion. This passion for innovation that has contributed to their success is simply supernatural.
The Avocado Toast!
Just like the Avocado toast combination of toasted bread and Avocados, the W.E.A.T brand is a meeting point for millennials who want luxury and affordability.
Founded by Nina Sieber in 2007, the aim of the brand was and still is, to change the culture of luxury by price to luxury by quality. Now, ambitious, powerful, confident, and adventurous young women can express their style without having to break the bank.
The signature bag of the W.E.A.T family, the Toast bag, is an example of the adaptability that the rest of the family provides. The Toast bag can easily be adjusted into a clip-on mini, clutch, belt bag, and cross-body bag depending on your mood, and uses a triangle clip that delivers unprecedented comfort, allowing you the freedom to concentrate on being yourself. This multi-functionality is a testament to the foresight and due diligence that has characterized the W.E.A.T brand and made it a brand to beat for over a decade now.