The slim clutch, which is roughly the size of an iPad, has been designed to charge your phone or your tablet whilst you are on the go. What makes this clutch a great achievement is that it fits in with Samsung’s smart concept of creating devices that blend with our everyday life.
The Sol bag’s key standout feature is the solar panels located on the outside of the bag. They have been designed to look like a stylish pattern on the clutch, which is great, because it is a design that brings a new normal to world of wearables.
The only downfall to Samsung’s Sol is that the clutch will only juice up when you are in direct light, which is not great if you live in a sun deprived place, but at least the clutch is cute, which gives us the urge to sprinkle it with some #WearableTechStylist magic.
We must admit that when we first laid eyes on the clutch, we felt enticed to style the Sol with some fabulous garbs from Net-a-porter. We wanted to go for the Parisian chic look so we turned to Ellie Saab’s lace panelled stretch crepe jumpsuit and Maison Margiela leather mules.
If you would like to shop the trends, I am afraid that you will have to wait a while for the Samsung Sol which goes on sale in 2016. As for the look, you shop those threads at Net A Porter.