Despite the fact that investing in a new bag is definitely not at the top of our priorities nowadays, but we do know that nothing can lift our moods like the promise of a new bag. Remember the anticipation you felt knowing that soon you will embark on an important purchase. Well, we aim to bring back a fraction of that feeling by allowing you to dream up your next bag investment. But this time we’re not thinking brand or style… we’re considering the plethora of colorful bags that were last seen on the runways or the streets. So bring back your enthusiasm and your beautiful energy and let’s check out the spirit-lifting colors we’ll all be sporting on our arms very soon.
1 || Tangerine
This 70’s inspired color is a by-product of the camel and neutrals trends that have been dominating the scene recently. You may think it’s too bold for you but in fact it is the best shade to pair with your neutral outfits.
2 || Cream
Don’t you worry you die-hard minimalists out there. You can still tote your cream-colored bags with confidence for two simple reasons; they go with everything and they look more expensive.
3 || Lime Green
Lime green might not be a color that you can easily pull off but think about it. It goes so well with white and neutrals, and it can be a great accompaniment to brights such as yellows and pinks. So there’s no harm in venturing out of your comfort zone for this one.
4 || Raffia
Yes, technically raffia is not a color. But we’ve added it to our roster of colors in anticipation of beach getaways as soon as this is all over. But raffia is not only reserved for the beach, especially when most designer runways boasted their own versions of the bag.
5 || Shades of Pink
Thankfully all shades of pink are welcome during the warmer months, and in fact during winter as well. Embrace hot pink if you’d like to make a statement, or else stick to your soft and pastel shades if this is more you.
6 || Powder Blue
Just like pink handbags are surprisingly easy to style, so are blue ones especially if they’re on the softer side. If you want to inject some color into your outfits without feeling overwhelmed, powder blue is your go-to color.