Patricia Nash “Strap Happy” Collection at Macy’s

*Today’s post is in collaboration with Macy’s.

Photography by Madi Flournoy Henderson
What is it about a gorgeous leather crossbody bag (with STUDS) that immediately stirs my soul awaking my inner “Rock Chic”?!  Maybe it is the free-spirited, easy to wear, edgy, artistic, antique inspired look of this killer Vitellia Flap Crossbody bag by Patricia Nash, which is available at Macy’s.
Or maybe it’s the fact that Patricia Nash’s “Strap Happy” interchangeable guitar strap collection is “inspired by iconic guitar straps favored by Nashville celebrity musicians”.  Being that I live in Nashville and am constantly surrounded by amazing music, this collection just sings to me.
The “Strap Happy” collection allows you to change out your straps to elevate your look.  Instead of changing out your bag, simply change your strap to achieve a different, new look.  You can mix and match her interchangeable straps with both her crossbody and tote bags.  I absolutely LOVE her “Studded Bella Vista Strap”, which is currently on sale!  Again, the studs add more edginess to this look!  
This is my first Patricia Nash handbag but I must say that I now have my eye on some of her other designs.  I LOVE this Bolsena Tote and this Crossbody Organizer.  And how STUNNING is this Pisticci Shoulder Bag?!
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Do you own a Patricia Nash handbag?  Which style is your favorite?!
As always, thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!

*Thank you Macy’s and Patricia Nash for collaborating on today’s post.  All opinions are 100% my own.  It’s collaborations like these that make KBStyled possible!