Belt Bags Trend: Yay or Nay?

Jul 25, 2018

The belt bag trend is one of those trends that you either love it, or hate it!

Check out some different ways to wear belt bags (if you do love it!)


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It took me a while to even think about buying a fanny pack again. I seem to remember, my last fanny pack was a very cute furry bear face, that I used in the 80's. (Picture below, because YOLO!)

Photo Credit: Ana Caldatto Blogspot


I also had a pink  Melissa funny pack from the 80's. Just like the 80's inspired version called "cute bag" that Melissa lauched in Brazil.


But, enough of my childohood memories. I would like to show you girls the trendiest and surprisingly very versatile trendy belt bags that will match any closet (and budget!).

What's intersting, is that most of the styles are hybrid, that can be used as a clutch for a night out, or a belt bag to carry your essentials during the day.  Love it or hate it?


1. DESIGNER BELT BAGS:


The designer bag belts comes with a price tag. The trendy look, and quality of the materials are guaranteed tough. I also prefer designer items, because I can always resell easily when the trend is over, or keep it in my closet to use as vintage piece for the next years to come.


Revolve |  Rag & Bone








2. BELT BAGS FOR THE BOHEME GIRLS:

Free spirit, travelers, nature lovers: Here's fanny packs that will match your closet. (if you are wondering, I fit in this category!)

Free People | Leatherock





3. AFFORDABLE GENUINE LEATHER BELT BAGS: (under $100)

For the minimalists out there, there are affortable, genuine leather belt bags for you too.
I love leather because it lasts a long time.  I love leather  because is rebel against the fast fashion era, consumism, and disposable fashion. Did I mentioned that I love leather?

Free People | Suede Belt Bag




4. EDGY BELT BAGS:

Here's the trendiest belt bags for every day use. 











Meet Milla. She is a product designer, footwear designer, handbag obessed. She has been designig and making her own handbags, for over 10 years. Right now she works as footwear designer, travels when she can, and lives in sunny San Diego.

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