Strathberry, Meghan Markle's favourite designer handbag brand, has an exciting new collaboration which we bet she would love to add to her collection! Blogger and major influencer Victoria Magrath of In the Frow has unveiled her newest campaign with the luxury brand - #strathberryxinthefrow. The L'Oréal brand ambassador was first introduced to Strathberry five years ago and has been a huge fan ever since. We caught up with Victoria, who gave us the lowdown on the most exciting handbag range of the year so far…
The stunning blogger has a line of bags with Strathberry - and they are impeccably designed
"There is something so special and entirely unique about Strathberry," Victoria told HELLO!. "It is unlike any other brand I have worn. Their proposition is so pure and simple; highest standard quality accessories in beautiful colours for the lady who wants to look and feel amazing."
The colour way is dusky pink and plum, with silver hardware
The YouTube star, 28, has always been a genuine fan of Strathberry - "it's one of my favourite UK brands" - noting its versatile colour scheme and general wearability. "The plum and rose colours that I chose, mixed with the silver hardware is just the most stunning colour combination," she added. "I adore the rose and plum pouches, as a clutch alternative ,and of course the card holders are just so gorgeous!"
Victoria explains that "the bag does all the work" when it comes to styling outfits to go with it
The fashionista also revealed that she has a special place in her wardrobe for her handbags, which she said are the perfect way to lift any outfit. "A standard white tee and blue jeans looks elevated and stylish with just a gorgeous designer bag slung over your shoulder," said the blogger, who hails from the north of England. "I feel in most cases, the bag does all of the work." And she has advice for anyone worried about the price tag attached to a designer tote, reasoning: "If you find a bag that's both beautiful and practical, you can wear it constantly, meaning the cost per wear is brought right down."