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  • kemilia

    So we’re going from dinky micro bags that a phone can’t squeeze into to bags that can carry a week’s worth of groceries, interesting.

  • FashionableLena

    I don’t get it. Even if you carry a lot of stuff in your everyday life, these bags are still too big. They’re like a parody of themselves.

    Odd and impractical.

    • Rosa Lily

      Have to agree with you. I love large bags but these are so large I can use them as a laundry basket.

    • Sparky

      on the upside, glamorous way to tote your laundry to the laundromat for an emergency wash when your washing machine suddenly konks out…. Joking aside, the Tod’s is the only one that looks usable.

  • Rosa Lily

    I can fit my entire life inside those humongous bags!

  • Kate

    I’m happy to see the silly micro bags go, but these are just as absurd. Carrying a bag shouldn’t give you chronic back problems.

  • jackiequeue

    I think we are being too harsh. The Fendi bag clearly doubles as a five-figure pillow while the Max Mara is probably excellent cover in an unexpected snow storm. The Gucci is adorable & also seems like a solid bet in case you need a blunt object to swat someone with.

    In all seriousness, I am all for the resurgence of dinosaur-related fashions, ginormous or not. That Coach bag sings to my soul.

  • Chanel

    Yay, I was never really on the mini bag trend anyway I’ve always loved bigger bags as I carry my whole life and then some with me.

  • Withakay

    I LOVE that coach bag. I might buy it as home decor…like a magazine holder

  • Denise

    Great. A trend where I can sneak my one year old into the movies.

  • A

    I think now that people have downsized the items that they put in their bags (such as using card holders instead of full size wallets) and got used to carrying lighter bags, it’s going to be hard to go back to oversized bags.

  • Choogamo64

    Too large, not a fan.

  • Heidi D.

    I like big bags….and I cannot lie (sorry…I couldn’t help myself.) However, most of these bags are simply atrocious! A few of them retain some semblance of class and style, but holy backache, batman, they’re enormous. The Margiela bag reminds me of something you’d pack craft supplies or tools into…

  • lovebeigeandblack

    I love love LOVE the Celine (#5). However it looks *enormous*, especially on someone like me who is 5’2″.

  • Veit Bui

    do people know how damaging it is for your shoulders and back to carrying these enormous bags?!
    unless you have a car, i don’t recommend carrying these bags taking public transit.

  • Stephanie

    Yay!!! HUGE BAGS once again!!! ? ?? I’m 5’9″, and around 6’3″ when wearing heels ?. I NEVER got into those mini micro teeny-weeny bags anyways.?

  • Giselle

    No more sacrifices for fashion from me, no to large bags or elongated pointy toe shoes in fall collections.

  • lola

    I love it !! love big bags.