If you are a bag lover and follow other bag lovers on social media, you’ve seen a lot (and I mean A LOT) of coffee and bag photos. It’s as if you can’t drink a great coffee without snapping the perfect shot of your bag, sunnies, and your hand – ever so perfectly in the frame – for all your friends to see. I’m not knocking it, we are part of this trend as well, you’ve seen a lot of coffee and bag pairs on our site and Instagram page.

Knowing that both designer bags and coffee play a big role in our daily lives, we wanted to marry the two by pairing the ideal matching bag and coffee shop drink duos. Tell us which fits your style and order, or let me know in the comments your drink of choice. Mine didn’t make the cut below, but my order is a Grande Soy, No Water, No Foam, Chai Tea Latte.

Chanel Classic Flap in Pearl Beige with a Vanilla Latte

For the person who loves all things classic, feminine, and attractive, pair your Chanel Classic Flap with a Vanilla Latte. One is very easy to look at, the other easy to drink, and the combo together makes for a sweet and appealing duo.

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Suede Hermès Kelly Pochette with a Dark Chocolate Mocha

If you prefer classic with a twist, your pairing is the suede Hermés Kelly Pochette with a Dark Chocolate Mocha. The Kelly Pochette has all the markings of a classic Kelly in an evening size and suede is a less seen material for Hermès bags. You also mean business, because this pair packs a highly caffeinated punch. A Dark Chocolate Mocha Latte has nearly double the amount of caffeine of a classic Caffè Mocha meaning you’re here to look good, drink something delicious, and tackle the day without as much as a yawn.

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Gucci Marmont with a Starbucks Pink Drink

The Starbucks Pink Drink took over feeds because let’s face it, it’s pretty to look at. Made with sliced strawberries, Tazo iced passion herbal tea concentrate, a very berry hibiscus-Instant refresher packet, coconut milk and ice, this combo is a winner for an aesthetically pleasing drink. The Gucci Marmont Shoulder Bag is also nice to look at. While not the trendiest bag from the House of Gucci, it’s a staple that’s recognizable. Both of these items are pretty in pink, and always get people double clicking for ‘likes’.

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Louis Vuitton Multi Pochette with a Matcha Latte

Are you on top of trends, brand aware, and casually cool? If so, your perfect pair is the Louis Vuitton Multi Pochette with a Matcha Latte. We all know this bag from Louis Vuitton now, and it’s still just as sought after as ever. The green strap is the most beloved combo and it matches with a matcha latte. Matcha is said to boost memory and concentration, enhance calm feelings, and is also high in antioxidants. Bonus: the right coffee house knows how to make great latte art for your green drink.

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wen
wen
2 years ago

this is so adorable love the drawings ~

Victoria
Victoria
2 years ago

Cute idea! Wish they took IRL photos of the pairings too

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  Victoria

Next time we can do that – we didn’t own all of these bags or have access to them!

Gigi
Gigi
2 years ago

These are so cute!!

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  Gigi

Glad you like it!

ElainePG
ElainePG
2 years ago

Delightful drawings! Such a fun idea to have these drawn instead of photographed. Are you the artist?

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  ElainePG

Not the artist, she’s great though!

And we don’t own all of these bags – hence needed them drawn!

Wendy
Wendy
2 years ago

TOO CUTE! Love this idea great drawings too. Can’t wait too see more !

Candee
Candee
2 years ago

For myself, I was excited to see pictures of real bags and real coffee drinks. There is something elegant and romantic when I see bags and coffee photo’s paired up on this blog. It takes me back to Paris, sitting in cafe’s and sipping coffee with my husband. ( I understand your reasons, but for me it’s the best).

David Cardillo
2 years ago
Reply to  Candee

Nice remembrance. When I was a kid in the 1960’s, working for “military intelligence” in Germany, I’d love to go into the cities and sit outdoor cafes with a cup of espresso, admiring the scenery…?

Candee
Candee
2 years ago
Reply to  David Cardillo

It sounds like a wonderful memory for you! I studied German and my goal is to visit Germany one day!

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  Candee

We always have that, we will be sure to have more of that soon!

Tiffany
Tiffany
2 years ago

We have almost the same order Megs! I’ve been a Grande non fat no water no foam Chai Latte for over a decade!

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  Tiffany

You HAVE to say no water or it ruins it!!!

Tiffany
Tiffany
2 years ago

Sidenote/pro tip, I had a go at boiling almond milk then steeping a Chai teabag in it with honey, and honestly it was just as good and a significantly cheaper and healthier alternative.

Some days though, I just need that little pick me up from the shop!

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  Tiffany

Totally! I have my favorite at home drinks as well, but I love the ritual of getting a drink and having it with my music on in the car!

David Cardillo
2 years ago

Fun, new to me theme. Wonderful pastel graphics. Now, back to my coffee and old Coach, which I travel in! “Little Lucy”. ?

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  David Cardillo

So glad you enjoyed it!

Passerine
Passerine
2 years ago

LOL, does nobody under 50 drink regular coffee anymore? Instead of lining up at the coffee bar, I drink filtered coffee at home from high quality, fair trade freshly ground beans. The money I saved paid for a designer bag! Not to mention a regular coffee with just a small splash of cream has far fewer calories and less sugar than so many of these coffee drinks. And I’d rather enjoy a quiet coffee at home on my sofa than stand in line with a bunch of other time-pressed and caffeine-deprived strangers.

Megs Mahoney Dusil
2 years ago
Reply to  Passerine

Vlad does quite often! Grinds the beans, and hand presses the coffee (probably using the wrong jargon), and has a black cup of coffee! But I’m not a coffee drinker, so I go out to get a tea. I like the ritual of it!

missarewa
2 years ago

very cute!

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