The only five bags you need for spring

More than just a bag to hold all your essentials (read: keys, phone, AirPods and lip balm), the bag has become an essential way to add the finishing touch to your look. Torn between a practical goes-with-everything investment or a colour-pop bag with outfit-transforming abilities? Who says you have to choose. Here are the five spring bags that you'll never regret adding to your daily outfit rotations.

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The Colour-Pop Bag

PSA: This is the perfect handbag. An instantly mood-boosting addition to your wardrobe, allow this bold orange bag to add a healthy dose of vitamin C to your look. Crafted in a glossy faux leather with gold hardware and a front flap closure, this one also comes with a cross body strap so you can go hands-free. 

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The Quilted Clutch

Meet your new going-out go-to. More than just arm candy, it's small enough to be easy to carry, big enough to hold everything you need and stylish enough to elevate your look. Basically, it's *just* right. A sartorial multitasker, it's designed with a grab top handle and a gold chain strap so you can wear it just the way you like it - carried in hand or flung effortlessly over your shoulder.

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The Slouchy Pouch

There's a new It-bag on the scene; the slouchy pouch. Having dominated everyone's wishlists since it was first spotted on the runway, we wouldn't be surprised if you thought this once was designer. Relaxed and spacious, it's crafted in butter-soft faux leather with gold hardware and a zip fastening (safety first). It also doubles as a pillow if you need to take an impromptu nap.

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The Barrel Bag

Whether you're heading to a far-flung destination or a weekend away, a carry-all barrel bag proves itself as an essential part of your collection. Designed to keep you travelling in style, this one makes a case for more is more with its bold floral print and eye-catching details. Complete with a top handle design *and* a cross-body strap for added versatility.

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