5 Fall classics that you will spot during this season!

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20 October 2017

Some bags just stand out more than others. So for this Fall, we want to limit the options for you as there are thousands of bags to choose from. Making the decision just a bit easier. We’ve gathered the 5 classics that all the influencers are currently wearing.

Balenciaga Triangle Duffle
You either love or hate this geometrical Balenciaga Bag. We absolutely love this bag and many fashion bloggers are with us! Demna Gvasalia got his inspiration for this particular bag from ski boots. The Triangle Duffel has a quit literal design, namely in the shape of a triangle. There are multiple sizes and colours available but we secretly adore the green small Triangle Duffle.

Gucci Marmont Velvet Bag
The Gucci Marmont Collection has been a hit ever since the brand debuted this collection. All the Marmont designs are stunning, but the velvet Marmont Bag is something extra. And we all love it! Velvet is the trend of the fall and combined with the shape of the Marmont Bag, you’ll be the star of the show! 

Valentino Rockstud Spike Chain Bag
Valentino is known for its rockstuds. Each season, Valentino stays relevant and trendy by finding new ways to reinvent their signature studs. With the Rockstud Spike Chain Bag, Valentino implemented their famous studs in a different and refreshing way. The studs have a chic appearance and the bag is simple and elegant.


Chloé Pixie Bag
This Chloé Bag is just as popular as the beloved Faye and Nile Bags. The Pixie Bag has been popular ever since it was debuted on the runway. The bag has a chic round shape with a brass ring handle detail and a few delicate studs. It’s very versatile because you can wear it with every outfit. And the Pixie Bag has that Chloé appearance everyone recognizes.

Louis Vuitton Popincourt Tote
Louis Vuitton wants to expand their leather business, as you might already know. But the monogram canvas remains extremely popular. So Nicolas Ghesquiere debuted a new bag, combined with the canvas and coloured leather. The casual bag has a Marc Jacobs (when he was still head designer of Louis Vuitton) feel to it.