Beach Bags You’ll Want To Tote Around All Day, Every Day... Even When You're Not Attending The Beach!
Gone are the days of beach bags being reserved exclusively for use on trips to the beach or pool. The beach bags on offer nowadays are so on-trend that it just makes sense to use them every day. Plus, did we mention, beach bags are pretty roomy so there’s space to do a little extra shopping on your next trip to the mall? On that note, here are 5 beautiful beach bags to take you from the beach to dinner with friends.
Neoprene Beach Bag in Gold Neoprene by Thalassa Boom Resort Wear
Not only is the gold metallic print on point but this shopper-style bag has plenty of room if you’re the kind of girl who likes to carry ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ in their handbags. We’re also crushing on the shape– it is ideal to take to glamorous resorts, trendy beach clubs and luxury cruises, but it also compliments your daily outfit for a shopping spree in town or to go to work! The bag is made of neoprene which is ideal beach material (also used to make wet suits for surfers and divers) and dries fast when wet. The Gold color just matches pretty much everything! A must have for every woman for every day use! This bag pairs so much swimwear and cover-ups it would be too much to name. Just to mention one great beach outfit: A black bikini and the long organza kimono with gold chains on black cover-up!
Multi-Color Neoprene Beach Bag Cheetah & Flower Print by Thalassa Boom Resort Wear
Woven beach bags have always been the originals and they may have gotten a bad rap for being dated and something your mom might still be saving for beach trips from way back in the 90s. Fear not, the original beach bag has had a little facelift that will get heads turning. A combination of animal prints, flower prints, touches of gold and bright complementary colors to boot, it’ll look great with a black dress and gold gladiators for an enviable lunch-time date look. If you’re on holiday, pair a snake gold bralette bikini top & cheeky bikini bottom with a cobalt blue kimono cover-up for sexy resort wear style. After all, a bag this fancy deserves to be paired with nothing less.
Woven Tassel Tote by Show Me Your Mumu
A modern take on a classic straw beach bag with leather tassels to funk it up. A beautiful light cream color giving it a fresh feel. Perfect for beach-goers who appreciate life’s little luxuries, this bag has a country-feel so for an everyday country-chic pair with denims and tan wedges. Heading to the beach? Make heads turn when you wear it with a tiger gold triangle bikini top & ruched back tie-sides bikini bottom with Swarovski crystals and a luxury mesh gold skirts cover-up with a sexy crop top, a beautiful big straw head, mirrored shades and a pair of greek sandals.
Neoprene Beach Bag in Cheetah Pied-de-Poule Print with Gold Touch by Thalassa Boom Resort Wear
The shopper-style bag is evidently a firm-favorite in terms of beach bags but we’re not complaining. What’s not to love about this roomy, functional and classic style – especially when it features the basic Black & White with a touch of Gold as pop-up color? If you love being a little quirky, this one is for you, with it’s classic French pied-de-poule print. It gets bonus points for featuring a spot for your beloved mobile phone in the side pocket and also has a zipper to ensure none of your treasured possessions can fall out your bag (that’s always a win). It truly is the ultimate every-day-worthy beach bag as well as the ideal bag to go to town. It matches wonderfully with plain black and white sets, denims and when going to the beach with a black, white or gold bikini and a fitted tunic with bell sleeves in black net cover-up!
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Thalassa was born in Holland and raised on Curacao; a Dutch island in the Caribbean Sea. She studied Hotel Management and Yoga in The Netherlands and she worked the greater part of her career in small to medium sized companies in The Netherlands, USA and Curacao. After living abroad for over 16 [...]