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It's About Time You Invested In A Quality Tote Bag
This is what a proper tote bag looks like.
IMAGE Lucky If Sharp
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Long the bag of choice for those people who really want you to know that they went to a museum that one time, the tote bag has been taken out of the gallery gift shop and given to us in a host of colors, sizes, fabrics, and degrees of logo-fication. Perfect for the commute, the beach and—yes—afternoons spent ambling around modern art galleries.

IMAGE: Lucky If Sharp

Dark green nylon by Arket

IMAGE: Lucky If Sharp

Ecru canvas fox print by Ader

IMAGE: Lucky If Sharp

Black/red/white canvas tan leather by Paul Smith


Blue technical fabric tan leather by Giorgio Armani


Green canvas bead detail by Valentino


Blue suede orange leather by Tod’s


Dark tan twill black leather by Filson


Black structured leather by Cos


Ecru canvas/blue leather by Connolly


Black/yellow leather by Burberry


Black technical fabric-leather by Prada


Chestnut suede black leather green/red webbing by Gucci


Black PVC orange/pink webbing by Ami

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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