I wish I could be more positive, but what you’ve designed is not working — at all. Sorry.
“The Bag Lady,” at first — at least to me — suggests a homeless woman, and there’s nothing on the pages to immediately dispel that first impression without reading through the text.
Speaking of the text, it’s, well, wordy and poorly written. You do not need to welcome anybody to your homepage, as you wrote it. “The Bag Lady ‘have’ sold…” Um, check your grammar. Visitors to the site won’t care about the store having sold handbags to the boutique market for several years, so why is that the very first sentence on the page? Visitors will come to look at handbags, not read a history lesson about the store. I could go on from there, but the text needs to be completely rewritten and shortened into something relevant to why shoppers are visiting the site.
What is the purpose of this website? Is it an e-commerce site designed to sell handbags? If so, why are the social media logos so large? I mean, you want people to look at the merchandise, not get distracted by heading off to a Twitter feed.
Since the site is about handbags, why are there no big, compelling photos of them to instantly convey to the visitor that this is a handbag website? You can’t sell merchandise online without good, compelling photos of what’s being sold.
The colors you’ve used are way too garrish. Red, pink and green, um, no — not for handbags.