Photo:Courtesy of Ferragamo; Sergio Hudson
In due time (hopefully sooner than later), puffers and gloves will be a thing of the past, so let's shift focus to a few spring trends to celebrate the occasion. From minaudières to slouchy carryalls, we've already seen this season's handbags take shape in several diverse forms. But of course, it's not just the silhouettes that we're excited about. The spring runways also had loads of punchy pigments on both clothing and accessories on the menu. Ferragamo sent an array of powerful red looks down its red runway, and Miu Miu reminded us why lime green can really go with everything.
While neutral shades like rich brown and tan were common themes amongst designer collections, expect to find a fair share of fun shades in the mix. To find out what they are, get comfortable and keep scrolling to read the tones every handbag will be showcasing this spring. And as always, you can shop each.
Photo:Courtesy of A.W.A.K.E Mode; Loewe; Jil Sander; Coach
Tan bags aren't anything new or special, but there's been a shifted focus on neutral bags that offer that "quiet luxury" appeal. For those wanting to lean towards the pared-back aesthetic more this season, a logoless tan bag is the most versatile option.
Photo:Courtesy of Ferragamo; Coperni; Jil Sander; Valentino
A true power color, siren red is another shade we're seeing hit big this year. Ferragamo sent a variety of full-red looks onto a red-carpeted runway, so the proof is pretty much in the pudding. While we're a fan of all red accessories, a handbag is a sure way to spice things up. You truly can't go wrong here.
Photo:Courtesy of Acne Studios; Diesel
A major trend the past few months, metallics continue on gaining traction as we dive deeper into the year. Despite its trendier touch, you'd be surprised at how much a shiny bag will seamlessly go with all your outfits. It's like the cool person's neutral.
Photo:Courtesy of Blumarine; Fendi; Sergio Hudson; Altuzarra
Suddenly I'm envisioning flashbacks to the era of Y2K denim looks worn by the likes of Britney Spears and Ashley Tisdale. It seems like being clad in denim is taking over fashion right now, and I'm not mad. For those wanting to experiment with their accessories this season, try a denim blue to add some visual interest to an outfit of basics.
Photo:Courtesy of Jil Sander; Issey Miyake
Kelly Green may have taken the backseat for a little bit, but according to the runways, it's making a strong comeback. While the color started off strong on Bottega Veneta's runways, it's been spotted on JW Anderson, Issey Miyake, Jil Sander, and more.
Photo:Courtesy of Jil Sander; Loewe; Valentino
Contrasted against an array of pastels, a deep mocha brown had a strong presence amongst the S/S 2023 collections. Labels from Jil Sander to The Row have embraced this espresso-like brown within their accessories collections.