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Bag Secured: Get Into Fall 2020’s Most Stylish Handbags
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Bag Secured: Get Into Fall 2020’s Most Stylish Handbags

From mini bags to oversized totes, this year's bag trends offer an all-inclusive range to fit every need.

Beauty & Fashion

Many of us have participated in several self-guided virtual retail therapy appointments while at home in recent months with hopes of catching the latest arrivals and best sales the internet has to offer.

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Like the majority of 2020, trends have taken an interesting turn as we quickly adopted the sudden change in our everyday lifestyles. Although our lives may not be the same as they were at the beginning of the year, handbags have never left our sides. With so many intricate designs, colors, and styles to choose from, there's no doubt a girl's best friend is her latest handbag purchase.

From mini bags to oversized totes, this year's bag trends offer an all-inclusive range to fit every need.

The Oversized Tote

Telfar Global is a Black-owned unisex designer handbag destination created in 2005 in the city of New York. With a variety of sizes and an assortment of colors, this is the not-so-basic must-have bag to own this fall. Embossed with its unforgettable yet simplistic logo on the front of each bag, this bag is not the easiest to get your hands on. Available for unlimited pre-order for 24 hours only, the brand guarantees you'll get your hands on a bag in time for you to be ahead of the game come 2021 when bags are expected to ship.

The Bucket Bag

The bucket bag trend is a great staple if you're in the mood to invest in a style that can stand the test of time. Spacious enough for all your essential personal items, the bucket bag is a classic silhouette you'll get more than enough use out of, no matter the season.

Ruched Clutch

The ruched clutch is the latest handbag trend taking over our Instagram feeds. From pretty pastels and bold pops of color, this bag is more than just a picture-perfect accessory. Pair with bold outfits with fun colors to encapture the whimsical feel of this design.

Paper Bag Clutch

This slouchy handbag trend is the most relaxed of them all. With a paper bag silhouette, this not-so-structured bag is one of the most creative bag trends of the year.

Weaved Bag

One for texture and a love for attention to details, it's hard not getting lost in this intricate design. Best in natural tones, this bag speaks for itself. Complete with a gold- or silver-linked chain for optional use, the weaved bag is a sophisticated maze of perfection.

The Mini-Cloud Clutch

With the ability to expand to the wearer's needs, this soft pillow-like clutch is one to watch out for. With an added shoulder strap, this is a cute selection for feminine-chic fall outfits. Find your favorite in an array of this season's latest color trends.

The Minimal Clutch

Vintage-inspired bags are a great investment when in need of a classic pocketbook silhouette. Classy and sophisticated, the minimal clutch is a must-have for every woman's bag collection.

Nylon

The only thing tougher than a nylon bag is a woman on a mission. Prada set the standard when it comes to these popular bags originating during the early '80s fashion scene. Durable, water-resistant, and up to the day's challenges, this is for the girls that don't mind getting their nails dirty.

The Oversized Knot

The oversized trend is not only taking over your clothing staples for fall, but handbags as well. The bigger, the better has never been more true when it comes to chic and modern bag trends.

The Mini Bag

Small but mighty, the mini bag is 2020's favorite fashion innovation. With sizes big enough to hold your spare change or absolutely nothing at all, this is a playful accessory to wear with almost everything. From daytime casual to dinnertime looks, the mini bag is the perfect addition.

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