The fashion industry and its trends are always changing, and right now with everything going on in the world, the industry is moving towards bright, vibrant styles that spark joy and a happiness within. First, there were tie-dye pieces galore and now it's all about beautiful, colorful hues, and though I never dreamed that I would be terribly interested in this type of aesthetic on a personal level, more and more I find myself attracted to the current colorful movement in fashion.
While I'll forever be drawn to grab the black version first, I've finally reached a point in my life where I'll stop and give the other options a second look. When it comes to the bags this season, a lot of what's out there right now is great, and even though I don't *need* anything, for the first time in a while there are a few bags that I'm actually considering adding to my collection.
The new season has made me construct a running wish list of bags I'd like to add to my collection this upcoming season/year and though I could always rattle off bags I'd love to have if someone were to gift them to me (or if my budget were unlimited) below are the three picks at the top of my wishlist, and ones that I am hoping to budget for in the coming months.
Take a look at my picks below—what bags are you looking forward to snapping up for your spring wardrobe?
Bottega Veneta Mini Bag ($1,250)
This one shouldn't come as much of a surprise—I've been obsessed with all Bottega everything over the last couple of years, and though I'd very much love a Mini Jodie this bag is more realistic for me in terms of budget. I love the wide range of colors it comes in and truth be told I've got my eye on a few different hues. I love the idea of a bold statement like green or purple, but this seafoam tone is also quite pretty and a little less loud.
Again, this pick probably isn't a shocker for many of you, as I've wanted to add something from Louis Vuitton's extensive Epi leather to my collection for quite a long time. The iconic Alma certainly has been on my radar on and off, and I love the many variations of color LV has produced over the years. I check the resale market periodically to see what's out there.
A couple of months back I mentioned that I had gone through a bit of a bag rut, but this season has brought me out of it. I'm not sure if it's the thought of things returning to a "new normal" that has me excited to use my bags again or if it's truly that there is a lot of newness on the market that I love, but either way I'm genuinely falling back in love with bags and collecting again. I really like the Le Maillon from Saint Laurent, and the more I see it the more I really appreciate its timeless appeal and clean construction.