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Back to The 90s Bum Bag (One Size, Black)

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Tommy Hilfiger has another great line up of designs and options when it comes to it’s bum bag range. The bags can be worn around the waist, or as a cross body. Even though they may have been considered a bit uncool, in terms of practicality they’ve always been great. It’s nothing unusual for fashion trends and practicality to be poles apart, but occasionally they do come together, and this is one of those cases. You can get bags with several compartments while maintaining a small space, so plenty places to keep a bottle of water, food, keys, phone, camera and everything else you may need. Do I Need To Be Trendy To Wear A Bum Bag? If you are looking for a versatile bag that can be adapted according to your outfit, mood and occasion, then the Kipling Abanu convertible crossbody is the one for you.

I have this one [...] can be converted into a shoulder bag as well.” Tried and tested by Mumsnet user chipsandpeas Our verdict Keeping things quintessentially British, Burberry keep the name bum bag, and add their own stamp onto the trend with their luxury designs. We make sure we do our homework before we recommend any product. We’ve conducted thorough, extensive research, looking at lots of different bum bags before deciding on the best to shop. A little on the pricey side, but many Mumsnetters will argue it's a price worth paying for a stylish, robust and spacious quality bum bagBum bags might look compact, but often you can fit more than you’d think inside! At the very minimum you should be able to fit in your bank cards, keys, phone, and other out-and-about essentials like a small bottle of hand sanitiser. Larger bum bags will even fit a small water bottle, sunglasses, sun cream and make up inside too. How do you wear a bum bag?

The bum bag was quite iconic, used by many mostly for holidays and festivals, and used to a lesser extend as a general bag to carry around small items for daily use. However times have changed, we carry around a lot of small things, and can occasionally need something to carry them in. From phones to cameras and other tech devices, there’s so much we carry. The high street is not the only place to get them, the high end, luxury brands are putting their own spin on them too. With brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Burberry among others jumping on the trend, preferring to call them belt bags. Bum Bags, Waist Bags, Belt Bags And Others Can you dress up a bum bag? Apparently so! You call it a leather belt bag, and wear it over some high end fashion, and you’re all set. Belt bags regained popularity in 2017, but have now got the fashionistas talking and wearing the accessory with other high fashion. What was super casual has now become a stylish trend for the smart casual man and woman. The Gucci Leather Belt Bag If you are 25 years old or under, then you can be forgiven if you don’t know what a bum bag is, but if you’re like me, and grew up with 90’s fashion trends, then you’ll know all about them, and probably had one, if not a few. The name ‘bum bag’ might be a bit misleading, as the current trend is to wear it sash-like across your chest. However, you might find it more comfortable and convenient to wear yours the conventional way – across your waist or hips. Look for a bum bag with an easily adjustable strap to provide the most options as trends come and go. What is the best bum bag to buy?If you’re a girl you may get a small bag, but guys tend not to use a bag unless they want to carry around larger items, such as tablets or laptops. So they’re not only practical, but they’ve come into fashion, and love them or hate them, we’ll probably be seeing more and more this season.

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