Bags are an essential part of your outfit and can elevate your looks very easily! Not to mention that they are so practical to hold stuff! But did you know there are so many different types of bags available in the market? Let’s have a look at some of those:
10 Types of Bags you should know about!
1. Bracelet bag
A bracelet bag is a little pouch that may be worn around the wristlet as a bracelet.
2. Bermuda bag
A handbag in the shape of a round or oval with a wooden handle and replaceable textile coverings.
3. Flap Bag
This bag is well-liked since it is both functional and comfy to use.
The adjustable cross-body strap allows you to use the Flap Bag comfortably. There is more than enough space for all of your everyday necessities.
Baguettes are tiny, compact purses invented in 1997 by the Italian fashion house Fendi. Sex and the City popularized it in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
5. Shoulder bag
A bag with a long strap slung over the shoulder.
6. Rachel bag
The “Rachel Bag,” named after Jennifer Aniston’s character in the ’90s famous series Friends, is a compact baguette-shaped shoulder bag with a slim strap and zip-closure, similar to those carried by the ultimate trendsetters of the period.
7. Crossbody bag
A crossbody bag is defined as one that is worn on one side of the body with the strap looped over the opposing shoulder. That being said, you may wear it as you choose, including just throwing it over your shoulder.
8. Boston bag
The term “Boston Bag” has come to refer to any handbag or overnight bag with short handles.
9. Barrel bag
A barrel bag is a bigger bag formed like a barrel that fastens at the top with pull strings. The barrel bag is often worn with one thick shoulder-length strap.
10. Accordion bag
Accordion bags are based on the architecture of the accordion musical instrument. These are tiny enough to carry and entertaining!
How many of these are you familiar with?
We are not done yet! For more styles of bags, check out part 2 on my Profile!!
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