The Spring 2018 Bag Trends With the Most Staying Power
While winter is all about handbags in the form of polished leather and workwear totes, spring is when handbags get a lot more fun. After all, when you're wearing coats and boots, you want a bag that's as chic and polished as the rest of you, but spring and summer bring with it an element of experimentation that we're so excited for.
Most importantly, if you're going to spend your hard-earned cash on a new spring bag, you want something that will be around for more than one season. So, we took a closer look at the designer handbag trends of spring 2018 and found several that will undoubtedly stand the test of time.
Cool, quirky details abound with the latest and greatest handbag trends, and cool girls are already wearing them. Read on to see and shop the spring bag trends that are here to stay (for a while, at least).
Croc-embossed bags are pretty much everywhere for spring, and the trend is guaranteed to make whatever you're wearing look expensive.
Thanks to the return of Dior's iconic Saddle Bag, the classic shape is experiencing a resurgence that's sure to last for years.
Boxing bags in all sizes were huge at the most recent Copenhagen Fashion Week, and they provide the perfect amount of structure to elevate your spring looks.
If you're a fan of beaded bags, transitioning to furry bags should be easy for you. Our favorite iterations for the trend are the pretty pastels ones.
The New Bucket
Bucket bags have been around for a while, but this season more than ever, they're significantly sleeker and more structured.
Logomania isn't letting us down this season, and there are plenty of options on the market to suit your fancy, from classics to streetwear.
Drawstring pouches are no longer just for after dark. These days, you'll find options in every size and material. We recommend thinking beyond the basics with this trend.
The rise of chunky chain-strap bags probably has something to do with the return of all things '80s, but it's subtle enough to not look dated several seasons from now.