Handbags for Spring

Switching from boots to sandals is great, and I love wearing pastel colors, but my favorite part about spring is getting a new handbag. Something light and pretty, practical and cute, or sexy and fun to jumpstart my spring fashion choices. You don’t have to go far to find your next purse – there are so many trendy options available in the North Dallas Corridor! Here are a few of my favorite.

 

Straw Bags

Something about straw bags just radiates carefree spring energy. This trend has major picnic vibes that we love! The Theresa Turn Lock Bead Satchel ($44) from Francesca’s is small, with a beaded handle and turn lock closure. Or, go for this pretty BTB Los Angeles Straw Tote ($150) from Nordstrom, which features purple straw woven into a cute bag with carry handles that make it easy to grab and go.

Cute Totes

Carry sunscreen, a magazine, water bottle, and any other spring essential you can think of in a tote bag! These extra-large bags are perfect for running errands or going from work to play. I like the Tory Burch Mini Ella Print Recycled Polyester Tote ($198), which is a scaled-down version of a classic tote with a pretty, colorful print and straps that easily fit over your arm. I also like the simplicity of the Rosie Soft Leather Tote($38), made with vegan leather and one main component to fit everything you need. 

Hobo Bags

The slouchy, unstructured hobo bags are back this year, and I for one, am glad. This super casual and cool purse comes in so many different styles and colors, it’s easy to match to your look. I like the Kate Spade New York Roulette Large Leather Hobo Bag ($298) in warm taupe. It is made with a grainy leather and curved top. The Alexander McQueen The Curve Small Hobo Bucket Bag ($1,490) from Neiman Marcus is another fantastic choice, as the flamingo pink bag is sure to stand out.

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