Designer Bags You Want to Own in Spring-Summer 2021
Spring is usually the time we start updating our wardrobes for a smooth transition into a new season. This year, with a promise of the lockdown being lifted at last, this annual update became even more important. But having spent a year in sweats leaves many admitting they’re clueless to what’s trending now – this is why we have compiled a little prompt on designer bags specifically.
Spotted on virtual runways from Bottega Veneta, Givenchy, Versace and other big fashion houses, these trends are definitely going to dominate the re-opened streets. With indoors exercise facilities closed, many have turned to outdoor activities, and thus water bottles became a thing. With so much time to reflect on the past, nostalgic styling made a booming return. And, fatigued with boredom, the world is ready to burst with colors and big sizes. All of these have shaped the SS21 designer bags trends.
Water bottle as an accessory
The message about importance of staying hydrated became a trend few years back but has really set off in the lockdown. And high fashion designers have not missed the memo. Marine Serre and Givenchy have introduced designer water bottles and holders, others like Fendi went the route of pairing them with tote bags. Overall, the fashion houses chose to adjust to the new reality of people, allowing us to turn a trip to the outdoors into something a little more special with a twist of chic.
Size does matter
Everyone's itching for the borders to be open again to go on holidays and packing up for it is a chore many miss. Well, Balenciaga and Schiaparelli are giving us the opportunity to go wild with it, showcasing blown-up iterations of their designer bags. This season the bigger your bag is the better.
Make it pop
Tired of indoors dullness, the world of fashion can’t wait to surrender to bright colors. From clothing to designer brands, expect to find the streets filled with vibrancy – and join the trend! From striking red to pastel pink shades, SS21 is inviting everyone to get playful and experimentative. Just look at Molly Goddard’s ruffled crossbody bag – that red is irresistible.
00s in the air
Despite humongous bags being a dominating trend, mini shoulder bags from 00s are to stay. Perfect for essentials like phones and wallets, these bags will add a little, subtle twist to every outfit. Best thing is that there’s a variety of designs – Miu Miu goes for patterns, whereas CELINE sticks to a traditional tonal design – your only job is to make a choice.
Givenchy and Bottega Veneta threw something new into a mix of designer bags of SS21 – triangles. The Cut Out Bag and The Point bags both are recognizable for their edgy, modern look – something we will want when eventually coming back into the office. We certainly see this brand making it big in the upcoming months.
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