Malin Akerman Goes Exotic with a Metallic Snakeskin Clutch

Jan 15 2011 • by Rose

Malin Akerman’s been channeling that understated glamor in her red carpet walks lately. And it was no different at the BVLGARI fundraiser event that benefits Save The Children and Artists For Peace. Take a look:

Malin Akerman at the Bvlgari Private Event Honoring Simon Fuller And Paul Haggis To Benefit Save The Children And Artists For Peace And Justice – Red Carpet arrivals Held at Ron Burkle’s Green Acres Estate Beverly Hills, January 13, 2011

The Proposal actress, who by the way replaced Lindsay Lohan in the Linda Lovelace biopic, stepped out for the fundraising event held at a private residence in Beverly Hills, California on January 13, 2011, in a bold orange dress, leg-lengthening nude Brian Atwood pumps, and metallic snakeskin envelope clutch. Minimal jewelry finished her simple, yet sweet, style.

Malin is the picture of easy party dressing. I love how the beautiful orange frock fits her perfectly and showed off her glossy hair and glowing skin. I like how she paired her sensational dress with toned-down nude pumps to make her dress shine. Most of all, I love how she added texture and edge to her polished look with her metallic snakeskin clutch. If you’re wondering how the clutch looks up close, here it is:

Do you love the clutch? It’s striking and snazzy, right? It’s the perfect complement to a simple and sweet attire as it provides that interesting and edgy touch.

I cannot ID Malin Akerman’s metallic snakeskin clutch, but I’ve come across these gorgeous look-alikes:

Jalda Watersnake Bean Clutch, $390.00

Jalda Watersnake Kona Clutch, $375.00

Jalda Watersnake Nakia Clutch, $395.00

If the clutch bags above are too expensive for you, then consider this BCBGeneration Charlie Envelope Clutch from Zappos. It’s not made of snakeskin, but it still looks like Malin Akerman’s envelope clutch and is just as great-looking. Plus, it comes at a relatively cheap price.

BCBGeneration Charlie Envelope Clutch, $60.00

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