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CHICONOMICS - Bag it up!

By The Assam Tribune
CHICONOMICS - Bag it up!
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Joyshree Baruah

Classic bag styles are a must-have. But, most of us already have that tote bag, the handbag, the backpack, and the duffle bag. However, there’s so much more to bags than just these few choices.

Satchel: Together with having the long cross-body strap, satchels tend to have a singular, short strap along the top that makes it easy to grab in a hurry. Stuff all your belongings in a large satchel and you are good to go to office or to that quick getaway.

Hobo: This is a large bag made of soft materials with a slouchy shape. It is characterised by a crescent shape under the handle because of the way it slumps down when put down. This bag has a distinct silhouette which marks it as a casual carry-all.

Bucket: This roomy, chic handbag option never really goes out of style. The new bucket bags are bigger and better than ever, being reworked in leather and croc-embossed styles.

Bowler: A bowler bag is accompanied by two handles that are long enough to slip over the forearm up until the elbow. Coming with multiple compartments, the bowler bag can be jazzed up with bold and bright colours to suit one’s mood.

Minaudiere: Not to be confused with the clutch, a minaudiere is a cute and compact bag to store your watch, reading glasses, lipstick, and keys, and is intended to substitute for an evening bag. It comes in bedazzled diamond-studded forms as well as in subtle metallic finishes such as gold or silver.

Did you know the most expensive bag in the world costs a whopping $6 million? While we do not have to splurge that much on a bag, we certainly do have multiple options to choose from when buying a trusty have-it-all bag.

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