#fridayfeeling – the 5 favourite bags on insta this March

As we get ready to say farewell to March and hello to April, it’s time for a round up on fashion’s largest window, instagram. It feels like we’re moving closer to getting out and about so inspiration for the spring and summer wardrobes is needed. For the regulars who pop into Bagwhispers.com know that they can spare the internet scrolling and enjoy a short, sharp edit of bag fashion each month. And this month, I’ve got some treats for you!

These five bags are all designer brands, and as such, some of them come with sizeable price tags, however, don’t be put off, they have been shortlisted as they deliver you two things:

So by stepping away from the runway fashion show reels, see this edit as inspiration to some of the key bag trends, being brought to life, that you don’t want to miss; perhaps as a guide you for when shopping for more affordable options (see some useful links at the end).

Colour matching

This is the spring/summer where the bag blends or matches your outfit. If your outfit is one colour vibe, adopt a tone of the same hue for the bag. Check out these examples:

Starting with the Boheme bag from Coccinelle. This is a great alternative to a traditional bucket bag (I’m a hater of the bucket bag because I can’t bear to chase my keys or lipstick around the bottom of the bag). However, this minimalist slim bag is a great replacement and has just enough detailing to be noticed for the right reasons. Pair with a spring trench coat or summer nude colour tunic and flowing trousers. I can feel the wind in my hair already!

March '21 round up of fashion bags
Coccinelle Boheme bag £260

Taking a toned approach to the wardrobe doesn’t mean your bag has to blend into obscurity. Take inspiration from Simone Rocha who shows the skill in adopting different shapes, textures and embellishment, to ensure the bag catches the eye too. Bring on those special summer occasions.

March '21 fashion bags on instagram
Simone Rocha egg and pearl bags

And don’t let those trips to the beach (we live in hope) go without a sprinkle of fashion consideration. Cult Gaia has been giving us interesting bag shapes for the last 3 summer seasons and they haven’t disappointed us for SS’21; check out the accordion inspired Yasmina rattan bag.

March '21 fashion bags on instagram
Cult Gaia Yasmina bag £215

Colour popping

This spring and summer has lots of colours; from pastels to bright bolds. If your spring and summer outfits are striped or a vibrant print, pick out one or more of the colours and duplicate on your bag.

And hot off the press, from By Far is the Rachel bag, an ivory spray paint leather shoulder bag. This striped design can be seen on many different bag shapes and styles in the By Far SS’21 collection and prices are yet to be added to the website, with a holding notice saying ‘coming soon’. We can’t wait!

March '21 fashion bags on instagram
By Far’s Rachel ivory spray paint bag

And all hail the iconic print from Versace, the brand that shows us how a bold print can be complimented effortlessly by a bag from the same colour palette. The La Medusa bag comes in lots of colour hues that will keep you on trend this season.

March '21 fashion bags on instagram
Versace La Medusa bag £1360

There you have it, 5 designers that are inspiring us this month on instagram with bags to rock the SS21 fashion trends. But before I sign off, I couldn’t resist one more bag from insta this month and thanks to Kate Spade of NY.

Just for fun

Introducing the bag in the shape of a crab – for all those summer girls born under the sign of Cancer!

March 21 fashion bags on instagram
Kate Spade Shelly Wicker Crab £395

Keep up to date here with the world of bags and pop your email into the box on the right hand side of the page or on the contact us page to receive a short note (usually once a month) to let you know when some more eye catching bags have been spotted. In the meantime, some quick links to SS’21 fashion

Wishing you all relaxing weekends! 

Thanks to RODNAE Productions from Pexels for the header image.

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