Bloomingdale’s is among the most storied of American retailers, and if you don’t include it in your regular online shopping rounds, you’re missing out. Beyond the brands that you might expect to find, Bloomingdales also offers lust-worthy pieces from the likes of Chloe, Giuseppe Zanotti, Ferragamo and more, including some of the hottest shoes and handbags that you’ll want to have on your radar for Fall 2012.
To remind you of all the goodies it has to offer, Bloomingdales has released its Fall 2012 lookbook, complete with tons of pieces that have already made it onto our shopping lists at the PurseBlog offices. (In the case of the featured Chloe Scrivia Booties, they’ve also already made their way into one of our closets.) We took the liberty of picking our favorite pieces from the Bloomingdale’s Fall 2012 Designer Lookbook, and you can check out those picks after the jump. To peruse the entire book, head over to Bloomingdales.
Red leather is a great choice if you want a bag you can wear all year, no matter the season, and the versatile handle options of the Salvatore Ferragamo Soft W Satchel mean that you’ll actually want to. $1690 via Bloomingdale’s
Fashion people the world over have swooned over the Chloe Scrivia Studded Boots, and having seen them up close and personal on PurseBlog Marketing Director Hilary, I can attest that they are just about as cool as it gets. $1345 via Bloomingdale’s
Everyone has black bags and brown bags; if you want a neutral that’s not already in your closet, why not try something navy like the Longchamp Le Pliage Cuir Small? $490 via Bloomingdale’s
A pair of black leather booties is a cold-weather must-have for sure, and the Giuseppe Zanotti Dirty Zipper Booties are just about the sleekest, sharpest version we’ve seen so far this season. $995 via Bloomingdale’s
Heritage leather goods have become something of a Burberry signature, and the tan suede and heavy hardware of the Burberry Margot Clutch strikes that note well. $1395 via Bloomingdale’s
A contrasting metallic toe like the one on the Stuart Weitzman Tipnaughty Pumps is a great way to add a bit of visual interest and modernity to a shoe without sacrificing its wearability or classic status. $365 via Bloomingdale’s