Here are some great bags that might fill a wardrobe hole. Team Silver will be happy to know that bags with silver hardware are coming through as a nod to on-trend, ‘90s looks that are having their fashion moment. You’ll also recognize other nods to the ‘90s in the roundup. 

1. Reiss Brompton Grained Leather Camera Bag

This style of small crossbody has been popular for years across many brands. What makes this one special is its size. It’s larger and wider than the norm, yet very compact. The colour-blocked canvas strap is comfortable, and interesting. Beautiful quality. I have my eye on the cinnamon because the orange strap drew me in. It could be fab with my horsey capsule if I find cinnamon boots to match.

2. Aimee Kestenberg Bags

This brand makes a good bag across a range of silhouettes, colours, and patterns. They are well-made, and sometimes have a good set of inside and outside pockets. Many come with a handy crossbody strap. Some of the styles are greatly discounted at the Nordstrom Rack.

3. Backpacks

Backpacks are as popular now as they were in the ‘90s. Here’s an assortment across a range of sizes and colours. Some are more casual than others. Nylon bags are practical, and some are made of recycled nylon. Faux leather backpacks are gaining momentum too.

4. Baguette Bags

And last, this style is as ‘90s as it gets. This time round, there’s a strap that converts some of the styles to crossbody bags. They are small, so don’t expect to carry much in them. They can be useful as a second bag to carry with a large tote. Or carry them instead of a clutch.