It’s a wicker world. Hello summer holidays!

You don’t have to travel far to stumble upon one of the bag trends of SS’19. It’s the woven or plaited bag and every designer and shop has a style to tempt you. I kid you not; you’re spoilt for choice from Chanel to ASOS. Here are my top woven bags for SS’19. Don’t delay, get your weave on!

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Be a queen of the retro!

One sure way to stand out this Spring and Summer is to add a retro accent to your outfit. There’s no better way to do this than using your bag to add that eye catching twist. And whilst there’s a nod to the 90’s in the SS19 list of trends, you can go further back to earlier decades in the 20th century for style ideas. Here are 5 designer bags to inspire your retro vibe.

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White lines…

…not by Grandmaster Flash but by Bagwhispers. Here is the white bag edit that shouldnt be warned against! This is for your summer outfits, as spotted and curated from the fashion inspiration source, Instagram. I’m here to save you time and find you the shapes and colours to rock your seasonal wardrobe.

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Colour my world. Well let’s start with Spring!

With feeds bursting with news from Autumn/winter ’19 catwalks it might be hard to find your Spring fashion fix. Don’t worry, I’ve dug deep to bring you a mid-week Instagram inspiration update. With the 12 colours from the season’s palette in mind, I’ve shortlisted 5 bags to get your Spring vibe. Trust me they are gorgeous!

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The new kids on the block! SS19 bags available now.

If you’re shaking off the January blues and ready to embrace spring and summertime, you will want to know where to find the early stocks of fashion bags for the season. Here are the SS19 bags that are new in-store and can be found online, to get ahead of the crowds; 14 eye catching designs to inspire. But first, let’s remind ourselves of the 6 bag styles for SS19 to look out for:

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Never a frown with golden brown

So sang The Stranglers! And this spring and summer you need to get your golden brown on and any other shade from a creamy beige to dark tan. This is the colour to accessorise one of the key fashion trends for women this year.

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Something for the weekend – to embellish or not to embellish?

Inspiration on instagram is becoming more and more difficult to find with the increasing number of sponsored posts and fashion labels filling their feed with spring fashion that isn’t available to buy just yet.  However, have I got a ‘Sunday Special’ for you – I’ve navigated the feeds and have spotted a bag trend that will rock this winter and help you move into Spring and Summer effortlessly.  How about that for a heads up!

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Designer handbags for autumn winter 2018 fashion for £300 or under

About this time most of us talk about changing from our summer outfits and looking to our autumn and winter wardrobe but accessories don’t tend to feature much in the chat. How do you stay on trend and transition through the seasons, without breaking the bank on a one hit wonder?

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It’s raining men! Autumn/winter 2018 fashion trends and accessories for men

When the BBC asks ‘Why is the man bag on the rise?’ it’s my job to highlight the new season’s bag trends for the men who like an accessory to transport their belongings. Autumn/winter 2018’s executive summary of bag trends for men is fairly simple, cross body bags and bags worn over one shoulder; yep just the same as a women’s shoulder bag. But how many men do you know who’ll be rushing to adopt either of these two styles?

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