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Monthly Roundup: The Hottest Bags of August ’17

There are scores of drool-worthy bags I come across each day during my exploration of social media. And I would be doing great disservice to my readers and myself if I don’t carry them here onto the pages of BagsLounge. Which is why the effort henceforth shall be to make this a recurring feature on BagsLounge.

For the debut edition, I have these beauties rounded up for you. We are in a transition phase to Fall and this is the best time to throw all sorts of rules to the winds and experiment to our hearts’ content.

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          1. Love to Bag

  1. It’s a classy variation of the potli and is the perfect arm candy in all its scarlet splendor.

  1. 2. Lavie

I’m smitten by mustard these days and this Lavie bag perfectly combines it with tan. This one checks all the boxes for a perfect work bag.

  1. 3. TC5 Clothing

This relatively new website has caught my attention off late for all the amazing stuff they have up there. And this cute backpack with its pastels and color blocking is too pretty to be ignored.

  1. 4. Pure Ghee Designs

I have always been an ardent admirer of the Pure Ghee Designs range of bags – they are functional, come with these dainty little hanging baubles and are a riot of color. And if that wasn’t enough, they are all upcycled. We discovered the brand in our earlier post here.

  1. 5. Holii

A perfect crossbody bag in deep emerald and the trademark motifs from Holii, this one will pair up well with all your ethnic finery this festive season while leaving you hands-free to enjoy all the goings-on.

  1. 6. Hidesign

A lightweight bag for all your quick errands. The muted maroon is what drew me to it – bright yet subtle.

  1. 7. Style Syndrome

Bucket bags are here to stay and this blue one with tan trims and embroidery is sure to steal your heart away!

  1. 8. Koovs

A black bag with clean lines is a staple of any bag connoisseur and the large golden buckle adds a glamorous contrast.

  1. 9. Baggit

The orange peek-a-boo lines and the tassels steal the show in this one.

  1. 10. Tjori

Ikat in all its forms is beautiful and works its magic on this large tote as well. Tjori is my goto place for all things Indian.

About Vidya Gupta

Mother to three lovely boys and wife of a banking professional, I am extremely passionate about a host of topics, bags being one of them. For the record, the others are - makeup, travel, photography, in no particular order. Here I share my perspective on the Indian as well as the international bag-scene. As a youngster I would spend most of my money on bags and carry one according to my outfit. It is this love that I express through this blog. Needless to say, any suggestions for improvement, even healthy criticisms, are highly encouraged. Hope you enjoy your stay here and find something useful to help you on your next bag purchase!

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  1. Hi Vidya,
    I really like your blog and the details that you mention about the various bag brands.
    You must checkout Bagsy Malone, quite a hot selling handbag brand. You will really like the kind of collection that they have, as do I. Saw a friend using one of the bags, following which I have recently ordered couple of bags from Bagsy Malone for myself and for friends from Myntra. The bags are very good in quality, and interestingly come with a very decent price tag, which suits your pocket.


    • Thank you Khyati – I will surely check it out. And yes I have heard quite a lot about the brand! Thanks for stopping by!