I love the old-school inspiration for this bag, and it’s made of taffeta, which is cool.
This is actually made for hiking, but I love the color, and it looks like it’d fit a ton.
A trippy number from Baggu that’s big enough to double as a weekender.
And here is Baggu’s standard-sized shopping tote— I’ve got one in my bag at all times—which one can acquire in a ton of cute prints. It also comes with a handy pouch.
I like that this waxed canvas specimen looks so much like a plain brown shopping bag.
Here’s one that’s got lots of compartments, which is handy is you’re shlepping wine, among other things.
An excellent black gingham print versatile enough to skew preppy, rock and roll, or however you skew.
What a great group of bags! Loving the first one because how not–recycled taffeta––and cheerful. And we can all always use another Baggu.
I have, and love, the “thank you” bag. I love seeing people’s reaction when they realize that it’s not a plastic bag
Hi, I’m just interrupting these comments to say that Target is doing a collection with Rachel Comey that’s arriving September 25.
I was checking out their dresses, and stumbled on this info.
Also Nili Lotan, along with two other designers…
Great tips. I’m off to Spain next month and need some for grocery/wine trips.
Does Baggu rule this category or what?
But who takes a tote bag hiking?
Yes, urban “hiking” only.
As a hiker I can say, no one. But it is a cute bag and would be nice for picnics, car camping as Viajera notes, etc.
Good point – it is a collab between jcrew and a mountaineering equipper. (I clicked.) I too like orange. I think it would be good for car camping. Or a nice picnic. I like what they did with the straps. You are right though that one probably wouldn’t ice climb with it.
I’m always looking for the “can it pack up any smaller?” of these kinds of bags. My current fave is a Sea to Summit version. It’s ridiculously small in its stuffed-in-version (tho it takes some effort to get the genie back in the bottle.)
I like the ones you can get at Japanese discount stores like Daiso and Ichiban Kan. I’ve had a couple from there and Muji last years and years.
Speaking of reusable shopping bags, anyone see this recent article?