The Range: Chic Chain-Strap Crossbody Bags

Sep 24, 2018

Going out?  Need a bag that holds all your essentials without weighing you down?  You need a crossbody with a hint of chic.  Here are some of my favorites.

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Chloe Roy Crossbody ($750)

Mark & Graham Flap Crossbody ($175)

Mango Chain Strap Crossbody ($30)

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  1. Naomi says:

    While we’re on the topic of hands free bags, can we get a yay or nay on belt bags (okay, okay, fanny packs). It’s fall festival season and I love the idea of a bag on my hip for phone, cash, ID, etc. I’m also embarrassed to even consider it. Thoughts?

    • Anna says:

      I think at a festival it could work, but I’d be weary of wearing one out and about.

    • J says:

      Don’t be embarrassed; I’m jealous of my husband’s fanny pack. It’s so easy to use for him while I’m shleping the diaper bag around. Granted, we trade off with the diaper bag, but then I need to grab it back if I need anything (wallet, keys, etc.). Sigh. I would definitely consider a posh belt bag if I could find one that sat right on my waist/hips. Or just accept reality and just use a retro fanny pack and rock it.

    • Caitlin says:

      There are a lot of cute small backpack options out there at the moment if you can’t fully stomach a “belt bag.”

      That being said, the (faux) leather ones are kind of chic. Fast fashion places should have options! I definitely wouldn’t drop major $$ into such a questionable trend…

  2. GF says:

    that chloe bag is everything. #goals

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