Let’s be real: Nothing starts a more universal conversation than “Where did you get that bag?” These upcoming winter bag trends make for the best icebreakers, no matter the temperature. There’s a trend for you regardless of your taste, whether you’re a fan cgrandmother become friendly with Euphoria. What makes bags so fun is that you don’t have to choose — you can carry a different bag, and so each day of the week offers a different vibe. This winter, there’s a lot to choose from.
We all get a little tired from time to time, and so do these bags. Take for example Hermès Kelly Disorder, introduced on the brand’s FW22 runway. Perfect couldn’t be more perfect, they are a great way to add a bit of extravagance to your winter wardrobe.
Between the broccoli bag carried at Collina Strada’s SS23 show and JW Anderson’s FW22 pigeon clutch, the It bag for the next few seasons is all about l’objet. If you’d rather eat your veggies than carry them around, try these bags for a similar effect.
Pair your puffy-sleeve coat this winter with an equally puffy bag. Go big with a standing tote or small with a colored colored Kate Spade.
For those of us who consider animal prints to be neutral, this is a pretty safe trend. If you don’t have that in mind, a cute zebra or cow print bag is a perfect transition for a girl’s cool winter.
There are soft, pretty bags, and there are angled ones. These are structured and hinged bags that aren’t meant to be hidden, but rather to occupy the main spot.
Nothing says winter chic like expensive velvet. These aren’t the bags you take to drop off at the club — you bring them in the club (Zero Bond, Soho House, you name it).
If you need to touch the grass, but all the grass is dead and covered with snow this winter, you can at least find comfort in these touch bags. They may not be the real thing – but hey, you won’t have to water them.
Y2K renaissance is as strong as ever, so why not have a bag to match? Just for the time being, update your pretty little bags with a sleek new Fendi (who invented the “Cash Bag” of course) and reinvent your rhinestones with The Attico’s help for unfading sparkle.
What could you possibly need to carry in a bag this winter, ten bucks? It’s about all that will fit in these micro bags, but this is a fashion story, not an article about itself.
Julia Fox invented denim, or at least that’s what you believe on social media. You don’t have to sew your own jeans together to stay on trend — these brands have you covered.