One of my favourite things are bags. Most of my bags live in my wardrobe but I have a firm favourite 4 that are in constant circulation depending on the occasion. As I’ve got older I’ve tried to go for good quality bags that I know will last a while. That being said, spending a bit extra on bags does guarantee good quality. I’ve had a bag or two that I’ve paid £100+ for and they’ve fallen apart but these ones have been going strong for a few years now:
Ted Baker Helena Bag – £150 (link here)
I spotted this bag in the airport but with a croc effect flap which I wasn’t too keen on but then I spotted the suede version and fell it love. It’s a great size with silver hardware that works well dressing up or down.
Kurt Geiger Kensington Bag – £130 (link here)
This one reminds of me the book bag you would get in primary school combined with Mary Poppins. It fits SO much. I have the tweed version which has flecks of different colours which is great as it matches with most outfits!
Ted Baker Drawstring Duffle Bag With Tassel Detail – £65 (no longer available)
I have this bag in brown and got it from Bicester Village . I adore a bucket bag and this one has great big curtain style tassels that are such a novel feature. It’s also full eather and such great quality.
Kate Spate Taylor Medium Backpack – £175 (link here)
I work in central London so have been forced to resort to a backpack which I loathed entirely when I first started working. I finally accepted it and was lucky enough to have this gifted to me for Christmas. Now I feel super stylish going into work despite having a backpack!
So that’s my four favourite bags that I own! I’m planning on sharing another post on the top 4 designer bags that I would love to have (but so sadly just cannot afford at the moment!). I hope you enjoyed.