Jamie Chung Breaks Minimalist-Chic Look With Mischa Clutch Bag

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Jamie Chung just keeps on wowing us with her impeccably polished signature style.

The Real World: San Diego actress went for a rather minimalist look at the People StyleWatch Denim Party, which was presented by GILT and attended by some of the hottest young stars of today.

The event may have been a celebration of denim, but Jamie opted to go for a leather pair instead, which she wore with a white blazer and a plain green tank top.

Jamie Chung at the 2013 People StyleWatch Denim PartyJamie Chung at the 2013 People StyleWatch Denim Party at Palihouse in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, on September 19, 2013

But, of course, her outfit wouldn’t be complete without an accent. She broke the minimalist feel of her look with this Mischa clutch bag that featured an interlocking hexagon print.

As it turns out, these hexagons are actually the stylized Japanese representation of a sea tortoise’s shell that symbolizes longevity and good fortune.

We don’t really know what’s in the cards for Jamie’s showbiz career, but she’s definitely having a winning streak when it comes to her style. Don’t you agree?

Jamie Chung's Mischa clutch with interlocking hexagon printJamie Chung’s Mischa clutch with interlocking hexagon print

Perhaps you, too, can have your own piece of good fortune with this Mischa travel clutch bag that also comes in three other different colors: orange, turquoise, and lime.

This is a simply designed clutch bag that’s perfect to be carried around from day to night and would be a fantastic accent whether you’re wearing plain or printed pieces.

Mischa Travel Clutch in White/Black, $115

Mischa Travel Clutch in White/Black

Credit: Brian To / WENN

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