While fashion media everywhere is freaking out over the tiny bag trend, it seems the bag will be getting a size update this season. Remember when it was appropriate to store your entire life inside your go-to bag? Well, history is about to repeat itself in a huge way. Here are 4 bags that prove bigger is indeed better when it comes to your accessory game.


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Farmers’ Market Material

Within the range of straw bags that made their way down the runway this spring, Loewe’s spin on the timeless texture stands out among the rest. Whether your agenda includes a trip to the farmers’ market or a last-minute weekend getaway, this basket bag will easily accommodate all of your needs.


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Bag Addict Burberry

Riccardo Tisci debuted his first collection for Burberry last fall and made waves by changing up the brand’s iconic logo and print. Taking high-fashion accessories to new heights, he has crafted a range of leather bags for this season that are the definition of chic and the ultimate envy of any bag addict.


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Quick Change

Quickly cementing her design legacy after creating the couture bridal gown worn by the Duchess of Sussex, Clare Waight Keller has stretched the scope of style with each Givenchy collection she’s produced. For spring, she has revived the shopper bag, perfect for the professional who has three places to be and minimal time for a refresh.


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Big-Time Beach Bag

The king of the mini bag, Simon Porte Jacquemus surprised the fashion world when he revealed his comically giant straw bags last fall. Known for creating pieces that both exaggerate and extenuate form, he takes home the gold medal for his lineup of big-time beach bags.