Guide to Best Women’s Weekend Bags

 

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As Summer is fast approaching the Bae and I have a few weekend getaways planned which means a Weekend bag is required and so I checked out the FarFetch Style Guide for some hints, lo and behold they have a detailed post focusing on different types of weekend bags which you can check out here https://www.farfetch.com/uk/style-guide/how-to/your-guide-to-the-best-womens-weekend-bags/

Getting away for a few days is always an appealing prospect – and one that calls for the most practical of accessories, the weekend bag. The best women’s weekender bags have plenty of space to hold your holiday capsule wardrobe, yet are still petite enough to be stowed away in an overhead compartment or thrown in the back of a car.
Ladies’ weekend bags range from the classic to the contemporary, with something to suit every trip and every traveller, whether you’re treating yourself to a rejuvenating spa break or jetting off to more exotic climes.

The overnight tote

Sometimes, the best women’s weekend bags are, at heart, basically oversized handbags – which is why the travelling tote is ideal for an overnight stay.


If you’re planning an evening in a spa or chateau, look to women’s designer weekend bags such as those seen at Michael Kors or Kurt Geiger. Both labels champion the leather weekender bag for women as a sturdy yet stylish accessory. A Michael Kors bag in a rainbow-bright hue adds a striking splash of vibrancy to your UK staycation.

The classic weekender

For a slightly longer getaway, women’s designer weekend bags by Everlane are created in a variety of understated shades of grey, black and white – as well as a handful of more unusual hues, such as minty greens and pastel pinks. The label designs a selection of coordinating styles, so you can incorporate matching backpacks, purses and magazine bags into your travel arsenal.

The throwback backpack

No longer the preserve of student travellers, backpacks have been enjoying a renaissance on the catwalks. These designs are among the best weekender bags as they’re so easy to carry around – whether you’re hopping off planes or taking in a new city by foot, your backpack will store your essentials without slowing you down (or ruining your outfit). Emma Stone wears her brown leather Madewell backpack nonchalantly slung over one shoulder, and teamed with a perfectly curated outfit of skinny jeans and oversized blazer.

The ultimate: the mini suitcase

If there’s no way you can fit all your essentials into a backpack or a tote, the mini suitcase on wheels can come in extremely handy. Easy to transport from your airport to your boutique hotel, these women’s designer weekend bags are the perfect choice for the traveller who can’t live without at least three pairs of shoes.

The romantic choice

Summon the old-school romance of the grand tour with a carry-on suitcase by L/uniform. Made from sepia-toned fabrics and featuring understated accents, these classic ladies’ weekend bags effortlessly express the aura of a seasoned traveller.

Source : https://www.farfetch.com/U.K./style-guide

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