The 5 Types of bag you need

22 Oct

Have you ever found yourself desperately trying to find the perfect bag for a situation? Despite having countless bag? 

I feel you. 

This is a bag basics guide to the 5 Types of bag you should have. It is not an exhaustive list (OF COURSE),  as one can never have too many bags, however if you have these 5 types of bag you will find you always have a bag for every occasion.

 THE TOTE

The tote bag is an everyday catch-all type of bag. It is the definition of versatility going from work bag to shopping bag to travel bag. Totes are often open or may have a zippered top like this one. Whatever you choose, it will serve many purposes.

THE CROSSBODY

For a hands free day, a crossbody is the bag to go with. Crossbody bags generally vary from very small to medium sized and they work great for exploring while on vacation, going out to a movie or a casual day of shopping.

THE BACKPACK

To be honest, you’re either a backpack person or you aren’t. If you’re not, it’s likely you haven’t found the right backpack for you. Backpacks are another stylish way to go hands free but carry more stuff. These bags are great for people who are spending time with children, useful for vacation and even work.

THE CLUTCH

A clutch is a must have being great for evenings out and brunch. I personally recommend getting one that comes with a detachable chain so it can also be used as a super compact crossbody for hands free fun!

THE STRUCTURED BAG

Again, you either like structured bags or you don’t. However, a good sized  (medium) structured bag can serve many purposes. It’s great for work, as an everyday bag if you’re running around doing errands and it’s compact and polished enough to go from day to evening.  
So… do I have more than five bags? Heck yeah ! But , these five bags fit all my needs and I make selections about new bags based on the functions these serve.

Have an awesome day!

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