Autumn is here, and a new season always makes us want to add a couple of new pieces to our wardrobes. Without breaking the bank! We went in search of fun and fashion-forward accessories that would add a pop of color to our fall ‘fits, and we found some sensational new designer bags, including totes and cross-body styles, all under $500, from brands like Telfar, GANNI and more. Bright, eye-catching and affordable. Yes, please!
5 Fresh New Designer Bags, All Under $500
Here are five of our favorite finds in new designer bags this fall, all under $500, including fresh new totes and cross-body bags from brands like Telfar, GANNI and more.
1. UGG x Telfar Medium Shearling Shopper Tote
It’s the collab we’ve all been waiting for! Inspired by Telfar’s iconic shopping bag, this tote is reimagined in UGG’s signature sheepskin featuring Clemens’s instantly recognizable monogram logo in shearling.
BUY NOW: $290.
2. STAUD Pietro Beaded Pineapple Bag
This Pietro Pineapple shoulder bag is a wearable piece of art. The playful design features a netted drawstring pouch covered in resin paillettes.
BUY NOW: $277.
3. Cult Gaia – The Bubble Acrylic Clutch
The “it” brand Cult Gaia is reliably fun, fashion-forward and well-priced. We love the color of this bubble clutch.
BUY NOW: $390.
4. Moncler Legere Small Metallic-Nylon Crossbody Bag
Winter is coming . . . meet it with the perfect snow-season accessory. Riffing on its signature puffer jackets, the Moncler ‘Legere’ bag has a petite design made from water-repellent nylon with down filling and adjustable shoulder strap.
BUY NOW: $475.
5. GANNI Bou recycled-leather top handle bag
GANNI’s Bou bag is crafted from certified recycled leather. It boasts a hexagonal silhouette accented with a braided top handle and finished with the iconic Butterfly logo plaque – a symbol of creativity and transformation.
BUY NOW: $400.
Fall Fashion Alert: 5 Fresh New Designer Bags, All Under $500
Those are five of our favorite finds in new designer bags this fall. Who says style has to be such a stretch for our budgets? What do you think, dear reader – is one of these now on your list?