The Return of The 90s Handbag
We simply cannot think about 90s fashion without thinking about the iconic 90s shoulder strap bag.
This simple yet classic bag is cute and funky and above all it is making a comeback.
From bold black to vibrant colours there is a style to match everyone’s personality. It might be small but it is definitely mighty and will pack a punch with any outfit.
Big enough to fit your phone, keys, purse and mask means all the essentials will be with you and all the junk we store in our handbags banished.
So, if I have tempted you to get your hands on your very own 90s bag then here are some of my favourites to get you started.
This bag is bold in all the right ways. The black means it will match everything in your wardrobe whilst the chain adds a punk element to the design spicing up your entire look.
This ‘join life’ bag is better for the environment as it is made with 25% recycled plastic. Complete with a cute butterfly zip the natural element to the bag shines through. Entering into Autumn this is the perfect 90s bag for you as its brown colour will compliment gold, red, amber and neutral tones in your Autumnal outfits.
If colour is more your thing then you can’t go wrong with this bright berry bag. The chain once again adds to that 90s signature look whilst the bubble logo is eye-catching. The fabric is soft making it a comfy shoulder bag that will stand the test of time.
Ruched Strap Green Shoulder Bag
For something a little more dressy this is the bag for you. The petite size, ruched strap and velvet fabric scream 90s classic. Pair this with jeans and a white bodysuit or a black dress and instantly you have added class and personality to your outfit.
Green Checked Shoulder Bag
Green is one of my favourite colours so of course this bag became one of my favourites. The checked print is giving off all the ‘clueless’ vibes from a 90s classic movie. It packs a punch with its edgy feel whilst still remaining girly. With this bag it’ll be the only accessory you need to catch the eyes of others.
So which 90s shoulder bag will you be rocking ?