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As much as I wish I could get my hands on every new designer bag (I'm talking about you, Prada Cleo), it's definitely not on my budget right now. But just because I can't spend too much doesn't mean I can't add an A + bag to my collection. There is a wide variety of bags in all price ranges. If you are looking for luxury bags at a cheaper price you have come to the right place. These brands are better than your average fast fashion selection, but still less than some contemporary brands out there.
Below are six handbag brands that Who What Wear editors love and that we constantly feature in our stories. The best part? The options below are all under $ 250, which you won't believe when you see how good they look.
I own a couple of JW Pei bags and people never believe me when I tell them how much they were. They design fashionable bags that are perfect for girls who change it often when it comes to accessories.
We designed a collection of handbags for Nordstrom and I promise I won't be biased when I say I want them all in my collection. Approved by the publisher and under $ 150. What more do you want
When my co-editors told me about this new brand on Shopbop, I thought it was too good to be true. It turns out that it does, and the brand's bags are raised pieces to refer to all the time in your outfit rotation.
When Ganni started bringing out handbags, I had high expectations as his clothing falls into my top favorite category. Ganni has exceeded expectations and released bags that blow my mind in terms of silhouette, colors and design.
When I was in college reading Who What Wear every day, I discovered Charles & Keith. This brand is perfect for those with a minimal aesthetic as their designs incorporate unique but simple elements that grab attention, like gold accents and asymmetrical shapes.
Cleobella is another brand that I found while browsing Shopbop and it gives me the vibe I want as summer approaches. Imagine carrying one of these wicker bags and living out your most perfect dreams from the cottage core.