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This Is the Summer Bag You Need to Start Carrying Now

Think local!
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Just like how your favorite top can make a huge impact on your OOTD and just like how a pair of fancy footwear can instantly spice up your look for the day, the tote you carry can either make or break your outfit, too. Plus, it does the job of carrying your essentials without letting you break a sweat.

While we know that you love your cool backpacks and sleek handbags, for the summer season, you might want to give your go-to bag a break, think local, and go for a trendy woven bag instead! It's just as chic as your usual totes, but it's raw, it's fresh, and it's the perfect fashion item to complete your summer OOTD! Don't believe us? Keep scrolling for five ways on how you can carry a woven bag and ace your summer style.

For your lazy days, you know that you can always count on a classic tee-and-jeans combo. But you can up the ante of this classic All-American uniform with the help of a bright woven bag for an instant dose of summer vibes.

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Embrace the fun summer season with a cute sundress and a woven sling to boot! Don't forget to add a pair of sunnies and cool espadrilles to complete your summer OOTD.

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Wearing a too bright outfit already? Instead of hiding behind a basic, black handbag, opt for a beachy tote instead. Cap the look off with a pair of slides and you're all set.

A white and pink style equation is more than enough to set the summer tone of your look for the day. But you can take your summer look from zero to hero in a snap with summery bag to seal an even more fashionable deal.

Not quite ready to ditch the black this summer? There's no need to wear fun and bright colors to make your OOTD summer-ready. Just grab a woven sling, gather your hair in a cute, messy bun, and you’re good to go.

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What summer bag are you carrying this season?

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Janelle Yau
Fashion and Beauty Assistant
The Rebecca Bloomwood of Manila. I spend half of my time obsessing about the latest fashion craze, and the other half overthinking and over-analyzing just about anything under the sun. When I’m not busy as a bee playing with fifty shades of pink lippies, you can probably catch me swiping my plastic for yet another pair of shiny, pointed gold flats.
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