Emma Corrin’s Satin ‘Diana’ Bag Is Only £48 And Still Available To Buy

P.S. It's sustainable.

Emma Corrin carrying a black satin bag from Roop

by Natalie Hammond |

Emma Corrin has just come up with the ultimate solution for the age-old outfit question, 'What are you going to wear to so and so's birthday?' Celebrating her friend Harris Reed, the 25 year-old designer, Corrin dug out a transculent number that should have been worn on the red carpet, but sadly was shelved because of Covid. The spaghetti-strapped and sheer frock was by Charlotte Knowles, and definitely made a case for reveal-and-conceal dressing as summer approaches.

Emma Corrin standing in a lift wearing a sheer dress from Charlotte Knowles
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But if the birthday party in mind isn't boarding on black tie but rather at your local Pizza Express, Corrin's outfit still has an important takeaway. And that's what bag you should carry.

Emma Corrin sitting at the dinner table with a black satin bag from Roop
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Her little satin sack is £48 from Roop, a sustainable accessories label that makes its handbags, scrunchies and headscarves from deadstock and vintage fabrics, and is appropriately called the Diana. Its shape is inspired by furoshiki, a type of wrapping cloth used to transport clothes and other goods in Japan, and is made with four knots.

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After a year spent carrying a ginormous tote bag to the supermarket and the park, isn't its small size (as well as its sweet handle and sustainable credentials) just perfect?

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