Tote-ally Adorable: Fun Summer Bags

Whether you’re strutting the city streets or strolling down a boardwalk on the beach, summer means great handbags. Bright colors, happy patterns, chic designs – we want it all, and we’ve rounded up an array of great bags that perfect summer style. Some are eye-catching and some are suavely subtle, but they all speak of sunny days and good times waiting to be had. Take a look!

Print Happy

Lilly Pulitzer, $68

Nothing says summer like hot pink and bright green. This popping print canvas tote is perfect for anywhere day takes you – from the beach to the bar. The rope handles are especially summery and add a beach-bag feel. FYI: This print was actually inspired by the image of the human genome.

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Inner Tiger

Zara, $89.90

Take a walk on the wild side with animal print, like this fierce tote from Zara. The roaring tiger is sure to stand out in a crowd, yet the black and white makes this bag totally wearable. If you want to do animal print but are a little hesitant to go all the way with cheetah spots or zebra stripes, this chic bag is your thing.

Shapes on Shapes on Shapes

Pacsun, $34.12

Bags that mix eye-catching colors with fun shapes are a must-have for summer. The interesting angles on this PacSun tote are complemented by the orange, green and tan colors. Pair this saucy number with a laid-back T-shit and jeans or, if you’re feeling bold, a floral dress.

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Stars ‘n’ Stripes

Forever 21, $2.80

Shopper totes are lightweight, lighthearted and inexpensive, so why not have some fun with them? This American flag-patterned shopper from Forever 21 says you’re ready for the Fourth – and for summer-long festivities.

Get Naughty-cal

Gap, $44.95

Summer is all about water, so what’s better than a rocking a nautical vibe? This bright canvas tote is striped with blocks of sea blue and beachy coral; just the thing for a seaside stroll. Ahoy, there – summer is setting sail!

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