Meanwhile, the other day, Ruth Madoff went into the store to the Chanel department, with the intention of returning 15 handbags.
“Living in L.A. and Hollywood, all you see are cars and handbags,” he says.
Inspried by "Russian patriotism," Anna Chapman has recently debuted a collection of flowy print dresses and handbags.
She once explained her dislike for handbags to the Wall Street Journal, noting that “handbags weigh you down.”
"These clients usually already own a lot of jewelry and handbags," he added.
Tons of earth were flung hundreds of feet high, carrying away trenches, dugouts and handbags.
All they would carry with them were handbags, containing some clothing.
It was a brougham, and there was room in it only for themselves and their handbags.
Suzanne, you can get into the omnibus and take the handbags.
It was the following evening he left on the bus with these two handbags.
a harmless altercation; trouble; also called handbag situation
When they discover we've spent the Christmas savings, it's going to be handbags.
abbr. of handbags at dawn