Bag trend 2021
Without the latest it-bag, nothing works this summer
Another trend part finds its way into the countless Instagram feeds and wardrobes of fashionistas. The latest must-have is the trend bag from the Italian fashion house “Prada”.
After Prada delivered the absolute trend bag for fashion fans with their black nylon bag last year, the fashion house is upping the ante this summer. This time bigger, more summery and sometimes quite gaudy. We are talking about the new tote bag made of summer raffia for just under 1000 euros. Partly in elegant beige, partly in bright yellow.
How do I combine the bag?
The great thing about bags like this one is that they can be combined and used in a variety of ways thanks to the many color options. This is how more fashionistas get a taste for it the latest it-bag. Whether casual, reduced or classy, the bag adapts to the look depending on the color and styling and is therefore a real all-rounder.
Casual & minimalist
Model Jessie Andrews shows us how: She puts on another pair of trousers and a crop top in elegant brown. The bag in light beige complements the combination perfectly and blends in perfectly. This creates a calm, casual and, above all, damn cool look. And the bag, Yes that comes of course peeeerfekt come into its own!
Bright & eye-catching
The Danish influencer Emili Sindlev, on the other hand, takes it a lot more colorful, and not just when choosing the color of the bag. It combines the bag in a very summery tone on tone. Her floor-length dress in delicate yellow by NA-KD ensures a good mood and the ultimate holiday vibes. Our tip: If you like it even more conspicuous, you can create a great color-blocking effect with a bright green tone. So it’s important to have the courage to use color!
Classic & simple
The holiday fever has also broken out at influencer Caro Dauer. Somewhat reduced, but no less summery. She combines the beige tote with a linen-look Bermuda shorts, a knotted linen shirt and – typically German – Birkenstocks.
Sources used: instagram.com, prada.com, own research