As someone who doesn’t entirely believe in changing your bag for the season, it’s hard to deny that Spring bags are beautiful.
While delegating a bag to a season is slightly counterintuitive to my style philosophy, it’s something that many people do and I can understand why. Spring bags are all about colors and patterns. They take classic shapes and make them more modern looking. They help us break out from the dark and dreary, black-on-black days of winter. But the problem lies in how great they are, because they sell out quicker than you can put them in your shopping cart and decide whether or not to send them to your office or apartment. So the best thing to do is to start early. Meaning, right now.
Here are 9 bags that you should totally get for spring, before they’re gone.
The M Bag (Maje, $295)
This bag is like a high-fashion version of a festival bag. I love it and cannot decide which color I want most.
D-Ring Leather Shoulder Bag (& Other Stories, $135)
If you were in the need of the perfect go-everywhere bag, this is it.
Cobble Hill Mini Toddy (Kate Spade, $198)
This classic shape is in again for Spring and the colorblocking takes it from boring to chic.
Bucket Bag with Suede Details (H&M, $35)
I have such a soft spot for bucket bags and the unexpected metallic pop is just enough visual interest for this bag not to get lost in a sea of bucket bags.
Round Sofia Crossbody (Rebecca Minkoff, $275)
The awesome brown/multicolor combo is out of stock already, but you really need to get this bag if only for the super on-trend tassels
Tassels, mustard yellow and under $50. Need I say more?
Leather Perforated Tote (DKNY, $498)
Perforation is a super cool detail that works really well with larger canvases like this killer work tote.
‘Osmunda’ Handbag (Aldo, $60)
I love this bag. I need this bag. Someone tell me I shouldn’t buy this bag right now.
Structured Vintage Crossbody (Topshop, $48)