Bags of colour for SS’21

This spring and summer welcomes new shades of colour. And the good news doesn’t stop there. There isn’t a dominant colour for the season; there’s a colour for every skin tone (much appreciated from the fair skinned amongst us). The only trend to remember is to match your accessories to your outfit – spring and summer is all about toning. So if you love wearing colour, your bag should rock the hue too. Here are over 10 budget and designer bags of colour that are guaranteed to pop!

But before we dive in, check out some of the signature colours named by the colour experts Pantone for spring and summer ’21; from yellows, blue to purples! And if there’s a colour that pops for you, and you’re sitting comfortably, let’s discover the budget or bust options available:

Blondes love coral

Budget: Wolf & Badger Amber bag £112. Made with real Italian leather and fully lined.

Designer: Bottega Veneta Jodie bag £2465. Woven leather with signature knot detail on the handle.

Green Day

Budget: From Osprey, Carina Shrug bag for £150 in cool mint Italian leather.

Designer: From Marc Jacobs, Mini Traveller bag for £385, can be worn by top handle or the removable leather crossbody strap.

Baby blues

Budget: From Zara, the quilted, plaited leather crossbody bag for £55.99.

Designer: From Mulberry, the Iris bag in small size, with detachable strap, for £1050.

Raspberry Sorbet

Budget: From Kurt Geiger, the mini Kensington shoulder bag in this season’s see -hrough style, price £120.

Designer: From Balenciaga, the Hourglass shoulder bag with a top handle. Price £1250.

It’s raining purple!

Budget: From L K Bennett, the Danni clutch bag in suede, price £125.

Designer: From Loewe the mini puzzle bag in leather, price £1400.

This yellow flicker beats!

Budget: From Ted Baker, the Amerrah camera bag in leather, with wide strap, price £129.

Designer: the iconic Peekaboo bag from Fendi, in a leather weave, price £4690, the most expensive option in this shortlist.

So there you have it – a pop of colour for your SS’21 wardrobe.  Hopefully, it’s not long now before we can be out and about again, saying a bright hello to spring and summer. I hope you like the shortlist of best buys and designer options.

Photo credit: Header photo by Cleyton Ewerton from Pexels.

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