Bag Trends Spring Summer 2016

It’s no secret that handbags are the most important part of a woman’s wardrobe and one can never have too many of them! A new purse is an investment for many reasons. It doesn’t matter if you have three color variations of the same bag, you’ll still want another one. There are just so many handbag trends this season that you will want to have it all. Here are a few that we are totally eyeing this season.

  • Fringe Bags

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Chloé, Balenciaga and Nina Ricci

Fringes have been around on clothes and shoes for a while now, so it was only natural that it took over the trend list for bags this season.

  • Structured Square Bags

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Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel

The boxier the bag, the more trendy it is – so be there or be square!

  • Chain Handle Bags

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Alexander Wang, Alexander McQueen and Bottega Veneta

Chain bags arrived on the runways in 2015 and still continue to top the charts this year. Be it wrist-lets, clutches or even big sling bags, this trend is sure to become your new favorite!

  • Top Handle Bags

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Fendi, Jason Wu and Céline

Definitely a classic, so don’t worry about it going out of style! From Fendi’s military green to the metallic and black tones by Jason Wu and Céline, there is not one that we aren’t lusting over.

  • Mini Bags

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Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga and Burberry

This blend between a wallet and a sling bag is just what you need. Grab your cash, keys, cards and you’re ready to go!

  • Item Shaped Bags

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Jeremy Scott, Moschino and Dolce & Gabbana

Literally any thing you can think of or see! From television sets to traffic cones and from a camera to a washing liquid container… think of the quirkiest bags!


Written by Pallavi Maini


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