It is not too late for a really good beach bag

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The cool thing about most of these bags is that they’re good for the beach, of course, but also great for toting your stuff around town—they skew pretty much any outfit breezy and summery. I like the contrasting leather straps on this little number.

And I like them even more here; this is one seriously chic beach bag, no?

This one from Claire V is such a good green (it comes in blue too) and I think it would be a handy grocery bag as well.

The subtle plaid print on this bag from Madewell is just aces.

This is made of recycled plastic, and is nice and sturdy.

How cute are the hearts here?

I dig the cute tassels on this one.

The stripes here are pretty excellently sportif.

A really happy and bright bag that I would totally carry on the street.

This one looks very 1970s-San-Tropez-ritzy, but it’s actually quite well-priced.

And finally, I really dig the colorful handles on this jute bag from Gap.

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5 Thoughts on It is not too late for a really good beach bag
    themis
    29 Jul 2020
    9:10pm

    I have been waiting for than Bembien tote to go on sale for half a year, it feels like. And it’s not even what I consider practical, i.e. a bag you can shoulder to free your hands. It’s just timeless.

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    Jeanne
    29 Jul 2020
    3:44pm

    Thanks for the head’s up! I like the semi half plaid pattern too.

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      Jeanne
      29 Jul 2020
      3:45pm

      Oops, that was supposed to be under Mary Alice

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    MaryAlice
    29 Jul 2020
    3:26pm

    There’s a black/tan version of the All Saints bag that’ll be on sale at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale!

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    Mamavalveeta03
    30 Jul 2020
    5:10pm

    There you go again – finding just what I need! My beloved French beach basket just broke a leather handle, and I don’t think I can fix it. I bought it on Etsy years ago and it’s served me well. The cute Clare V bag would help me leave the sand at the beach (My pet peeve with my children – “Rinse your damned feet off before coming in the house!”)

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