Satchel Bag

Satchel bags are large bags used for casual occasions. The bag part is a big loose sack connected to a long strap. The strap is usually worn on the shoulder and crossed over the body so the bag rests on the opposite hip. Women usually wear satchel bags, but it’s also acceptable for men to wear them.

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Bucket Bag

brown bucket bagA bucket bag is exactly what the name sounds like. The bag part is in the form of a bucket, with a little less cylindrical shape. It’s usually attached to a shoulder strap but can also be attached to a hand strap. The top part is left open or secured by a zipper.

 

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Barrel Bag

barrel bagBarrel bags are long cylindrical bags. They have a lot of room inside. Barrel bags usually have long straps so that the bag comes down to the stomach.

 

 

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Hobo Bag

Hobo bags are oval in shape, with a zipper on the top. Small straps are connected to both ends so your shoulder can go through them. This bag usually has many compartments on the inside and a large storage area.hobo bag

 

 

 

 

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Tote bag

tote bagTote bags are perfect for running errands and for going to the beach or pool. They’re large squarish bags with small to medium straps. They usually do not have a zipper. Tote bags are usually made from a very durable fabric to resist water and sand.

 

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Clutch

clutch purseA clutch is mostly used for formal occasions. It’s a small bag — circular, oval, rectangular, or square. The clutch is held in one hand and rarely comes with a strap. Clutches are usually made from good quality and embellished to look more glamorous. There isn’t much space in a clutch, only enough for a few essentials — cell phone, lipstick, money.

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Shoulder Tote

shoulder toteShoulder tote bags are large, squarish bags. However, some do not have any defined shapes. A large sack is connected to small straps to fit around your shoulders. Shoulder totes are great for everyday use but don’t fill them up too much — they could cause strain on your shoulder.

 

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Backpack

Women-Specific Backpacks. Because they have smaller frame sizes, women’s backpacks often work well for young backpackers of either gender. Torso dimensions are generally shorter and narrower than men’s packs. And hip belts and shoulder straps are contoured with the female form in mind.

 

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