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Official Proof This Is Everyone's Favorite It Bag

It seems that no matter what the season, year, or trend, BY FAR proves time and time again to be one of those brands that always gets it right, and this spring is no exception. While it's nothing out of the ordinary to spot their product on literally everyone, there is one bag that has stood out amongst the rest that we're here to highlight today. Meet the Miranda Bag, BY FAR's thin '90s-esque shoulder bag adorned with a sleek little buckle, coming in an array of trendy colorways. Besides the fact that '90s shoulder bags seem to be the trend that just won't quit, we've also spotted a new handbag trend for spring that the Miranda is living proof of 2D bags. Curious to learn more? Then check out our Spring 2021 Shopping Guide, where you'll discover our new favorite handbag trend plus a handful of other important sartorial movements to note this season. 

If you're already on The List, enter here for a chance to win this season's It bag. Terms and conditions apply.

Speaking of spring, our 2021 Spring Issue has finally launched, and, you guessed it, we featured everyone's favorite It bag in our trend report. Since there's no question about whether or not you'll fall in love with this bag, we wanted to surprise you with a little something special. Today, you can join The List for a chance to win the bag we've been raving about that's featured in our Spring 2021 Shopping Guide. The List is Who What Wear’s free benefits program where you can access exclusive discounts on your favorite brands and be part of creating products for our fashion collections, plus more members-only opportunities. If you're already signed up for The List, click here to opt-in for a chance to win, but if you have yet to join, I suggest you do so ASAP. This bag won't win itself!  

Below, see how some of our favorite fashion girls have been styling the Miranda Bag and shop all the colorways under the sun. 

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Chaumont-Zaerpour via @byfar_official
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