I Have It on Good Word That These 5 Bags Are Going to Blow Up to It Status

From asymmetrical tops to grandma sweaters, we understand the temptation to indulge in every up and coming trend. However, by investing in the "it bag" of the moment, you can upgrade your entire wardrobe single-handedly (without having to buy a new top, jacket, or pair of pants). Like chain necklaces and square-framed sunglasses, accessories take a big hit when it comes to enhancing your look.
Which brings us to the "it bags" of 2021. From '90s-style purses to fresh shots of the popular market bag, the following handbag trends are poised to overtake Instagram in the New Year (and beyond). Fashion influencers and celebrities are already wearing the following styles, and we won't see them become increasingly popular until 2021.
Without further ado, shop for the five status handbags the editors of Who What Wear are set to blow up over the next year.
Minimalist bags in 90s style
The 90s-inspired Prada Cleo bag was launched in early December and is already ahead of the 2021 "It" bag. We anticipate this modern reinterpretation of the iconic style will spark a larger trend towards minimalist handbags in the 90s. Years style will trigger. especially in nylon.
Prada Cleo brushed-leather shoulder bag ($ 1990)
Mango nylon baguette bag ($ 40)
Urban Outfitters Luna Baguette Bag ($ 44)
Urban Outfitters ruched baguette bag ($ 39)
Quilted textures
The popular Bottega Veneta cassette bag revived the quilted, padded look in 2019, but this trend shows no signs of stopping in 2021. From Chanel to Mango, brands are still shaping their iconic style in a range of colors and prices, dots and Silhouettes.
Mango Quilted Wallet ($ 30)
& Other Stories Padded Geometric Leather Shoulder Bag ($ 139)
Topshop Square Quilted Shoulder Bag ($ 35)
ASOS Design Quilted Nylon Curved 90s Shoulder Bag ($ 29)
Market totes & straw sacks
Sacks of straw and market bags will reappear in spring 2021. From oversized straw bags to market bags in black, beige, brown and neon, the summer trend lives on for another season.
Beach'd Small Natural Straw Beach Bag ($ 59)
Clare V. Petite Sandy Tote ($ 99)
Naghedi St Barths Small Bag ($ 240)
Hixixi Beach Net handbag ($ 13)
Curved hobo pockets
Structured hobo-style handbags with exaggerated curves are all the rage right now and showing no signs of slowing down until 2021. Brands like By Far, Staud, Mango and others are creating myriad interpretations of the on-trend style, from shiny patent leather to pleated croissants.
Far Amber Shoulder Bag ($ 579)
Mango Chain Baguette Bag ($ 40)
Rag & Bone Riser Shoulder Bag ($ 450)
Staud Mini Soft Moon Bag ($ 350)
Pleated blind
From accordion-style pouch bags to cloud-inspired baguettes, unstructured folding in all its forms is still very much on trend through 2021. Brands like Mansur Gavriel, Elleme and Zara are embracing the trend with open arms and are creating a series of bags with a connecting detail.
Elleme Drawstring Bucket Bag ($ 419)
Mansur Gavriel balloon bag ($ 895)
Mango Pleats Baguette Bag ($ 40)
Staud Felix Bag ($ 295)
Next up are three celebrity stylists on the trends we'll be wearing in 2021.
This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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