Different types of handbag and clutch materials (e.g., leather, canvas, suede)


Handbags and clutches are a staple of the modern woman’s wardrobe. They’re versatile, easy to carry and can be styled in so many ways. The materials used in creating these bags also vary depending on the wearer’s taste and style. Here, we’ll discuss some of the most common materials used for handbags and give examples of each one Leather is a durable material that has been used for centuries. It’s easy to clean, making it a popular choice for handbags and clutches because of its durability and ability to withstand wear and tear over time.


Canvas is a durable material that’s easy to clean. It’s lightweight, inexpensive and not as attractive as leather or suede.

Canvas is made from cotton-like fibres that are soaked in an oil-based binder before being woven into a fabric. The main advantage of canvas over other materials like leather and suede is its durability: it can withstand wear much better than other options unless treated badly by the user (which would defeat its purpose). It’s also relatively cheap—so you won’t have to worry about spending too much money when buying this bag!