This week on The Sunday Scroll we are looking at Why a Tan Bag is Your Best Investment. With the weather on the turn and the shops starting to fill with Autumn clothes it’s time to look at a new bag.
A huge fan of bags I like to invest in a new bag for each season (or more as it has been known) to coincide with my new wardrobe. Let me tell you there is nothing more I love then planning my big purchases for the season, come September I start to think about my winter coat and bag.
Autumn/Winter 2019, I am looking at getting a tan bag. Finding I need something thats’ big enough for all the mum stuff we seem to carry each day, so I’m currently on the hunt!
The tan bag has weathered the ebb and flow of trends over time and is a real classic. In the shops we have seen bold colours, 90’s monogramming and pastel colours but this only amplifies the appeal of the tan bag.
In it’s neutrality it makes a great piece to have in your wardrobe to go with a myriad of outfits and to always be the one thing that doesn’t date. The tan bag can quite easily replace the staple black bag with its neutral tones.
These beautiful bags below show how versatile the colour can be from season to season. My favourite looks are below and images sourced form Pinterest, a great place for style inspo!
With a look at what’s available on the high street online I have come up with a few little beauties for you that should suit all ages and tastes. My favourite ones being in the following order lowest price first… Marks & Spencer for its gorgeous rucksack this would be great to hold all my mummy wares!
The Whistles Betty shoulder bag in tan croc which is now a steal in the sale and down to £95. On my wish list and always a firm favourite with me is the Chloe Marcie bag, I have this in blue and I’m now lusting after it in tan I love it so much.
Much like leopard print and denim, a timeless tan bag can be reimagined in countless ways. As you can see below a tan bag can be one of the smartest buys you make.
Looking for more fashion inspo then why don’t you take a look at other posts for The Sunday Scroll.