The best everyday handbags
Welcome to The Everyday Edit, a series where BAZAAR editors and fashion insiders share the items – earrings, jeans, jackets and more – that are so good they are in daily rotation.
The list of places we carry a new bag may have changed or decreased over the past year, but the qualities we look for in an everyday bag remain the same. The bags we want to carry 24/7 need an effortless chic exterior and an interior that can hold all of our everyday essentials (a phone and keys for some, a 15-inch laptop for some). ‘others).
All of these features can be found in one bag – just ask BAZAAR editors. We’ve rounded up the eight everyday bags that we constantly carry: leather saddlebags, nylon belt bags and roomy tote bags that balance functionality and personal style like no other. It-bags come and go, but our editors’ favorite eight everyday bags will help you find a permanent addition to your wardrobe.
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Amazona 28 leather handbag
âI fell in love with the reissue of the Amazona bag from Loewe. I still work from home, so even though I don’t lug around a laptop, this is the perfect day bag to fit the necessities (natural disinfectant for hands, phone, lipstick, notepad, Trader Joe’s Mango bars) and always looking chic while moving around town. The color is neutral but interesting, which is basically my style philosophy. “-Kerry Pieri, Digital Fashion Director
Pillow Tabby Shoulder Bag
“I invested in the cream version of the cult style with the firm intention of wearing it as an everyday bag. Much like Coach’s other leather styles, the soft exterior is surprisingly durable.” –Shelby Ying Hyde, Fashion Market Editor-in-Chief
âFull Disclosure: I don’t own this bag yet, but I need it. Mansur Gavriel makes the most luxurious and chic bags that stand the test of time and trends. Like a dreamy sky blue and a yellow butter golden – and it’s the perfect size for all my essentials: phone, wallet, lip gloss, hand sanitizer and a book. ” –Bianca Betancourt, associate editor
Cassette padded leather crossbody bag
âI’m usually not the type to splurge on the it-bag of the season, but I recently invested in Bottega Veneta’s padded shoulder bag (featured at the iconic house by Danielle Lee). shopping or going to dinner, I have really carried this bag every day since I first bought it. It is light in weight and makes it easy to store everything I need. , I love tucking in the straps to wear it as a clutch for a party. –Laura Galvan, fashion and luxury sales manager
Sportswear Heritage waist bag
âWhen I’m shopping in my neighborhood, I tend to look for this sporty shoulder bag from Nike. It has an adjustable strap that snaps into place and fits snugly over my shoulders, so I can keep it cool. easy to have your hands free. The bag is also very spacious, with plenty of space to store my phone, wallet, house keys, etc., as well as an internal mesh compartment for small essentials like lip balm. ” –Tiffany Dodson, Beauty Business Associate Editor
âNo bag in my closet has as much play as this Cuyana tote. On the outside it’s sleek and polished – I never doubt if I can wear it with an outfit. more than holding my phone, masks, laptop and a book (or three). It keeps my essentials to carry, with matching leather pouches that snap in and out of the bag. I never hold the Whole Foods line by rummaging through an endless compartment to find my wallet: everything is in a designated place and easy to access. ” –Halie LeSavage, Fashion Trade Editor-in-Chief
Medium Tabou Bag in Smooth Calfskin
âFor me, this bag was love at first sight. With a nod to equestrian style and striking gold hardware, it simply exudes effortless luxury and it fits whatever I need for. autumn.” –Sierra Mayhew, Content Coordinator
âI discovered this bag thanks to a recommendation from my mom. She’s the ultimate Coach connoisseur and collector! This bag is the perfect everyday bag because it’s roomy enough to hold all my essentials without being too bulky. Coach is one of those timeless brands that never goes out of style. ” –Mariah Morrison, Social Media Editor
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