A handbag can be the only street style bait you need, so long as you’re carrying the right style. There are so many ways to welcome the Spring/Summer season: a candy coloured croc, a teardrop-shaped crossbody, or many a modern twist on the lady bag.

Somehow the world’s teeniest, tiniest mini totes have proven to be a big smash in 2019. These days, rather than one overarching silhouette or finish leading the charge for all bags everywhere, you’ll find that each fashion brand has the style that most suits their unique aesthetic.

So, forget the notion that only bags can be stylish when shoulder bags are out or that bucket drawstring totes are the only thing to be seen carrying. There’s a stylish bag out there for everyone.

If you like your investments to be loud, flashy and noticeable, but reasonably priced, it’s likely you’ll be drawn to Dress-Smart’s bag collection. Find some of the best women shoulder bags from Dress-Smart.

About Dress-Smart and the owner

Dress-Smart is an online accessories store owned by Oyama Dangazele. They provide elegant and good quality women and men’s purses, bags, and wallets.

“What inspired me to start Dress-Smart is the fact that I grew up in a small village in the Eastern Cape, where all these glamourous items were only seen on TV. We had limited access to just about anything. I want to make a name for myself. My wish is to create a platform where anyone, anywhere in Africa could have access to my collection. I want to also inspire the younger generation to know that no matter where you are from, you can still follow your dreams,” says Oyama.

Future Goals

“We are all about collaboration, hence we look forward to crafting our own designs, in partnership with local designers soon. We also hope to open physical stores and introduce a new range wardrobe for both males and females. Our products will be locally produced, ensuring that our local suppliers are supported. I see this company as a fast-growing company. After launching in February 2019, we’ve already expanded our business to the Eastern Cape market,” she says.