This controversial bag development is changing into a factor

Just when you finally figured out how to fit all of the things you need for a day into one of those tiny mini-bags, the fashion universe had to get started and create a bag that is basically the exact opposite. (But fear not – your beloved mini-bag is still cool.) For the past couple of seasons, there have been signs on the catwalks of Jacquemus, Proenza Schouler, Loewe, and others that oversized bags in the form of clutches are gaining traction again , Totes and top-handle shoulder bags. In fact, we’re finally seeing signs of it on Instagram and on the streets. Many trade fair visitors to the last Paris Couture Fashion Week fully embraced the trend towards oversized bags, with Bottega Veneta, Loewe and Maison Margiela (their buffer bag was everywhere) among the most popular.

The good news is that this trend fits into your laptop, water bottle, phone charger, and in some cases even an extra pair of shoes. The bad news is that issues arise like where to put it down while eating in a restaurant (other than the bottom, huh) or how to pull it off when you are petite.

Now I love a new bag trend as much as the next fashion girl, but I’ll say that at 5’4 “I have trouble carrying a bag almost half the size of me. I’ve seen photos of myself from the past with huge pockets on the shoulder or arm, and it’s definitely not my best look. Maybe heels would help? I’m determined to find an oversized bag that will fit my frame after seeing how many cool ones pop up among the newcomers the retailer and how chic the visitors to a fashion show looked.

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