Isn’t it time you retire that free bag you got outside of a Whole Foods? Sure, those dingy canvas totes are OK, but when it comes to choosing an office-ready bag, make form meet function. Chic carryalls that can handle your laptop do exist. Upgrade yourself to Valentino’s new it-bag, shop an option from H&M that looks way more expensive than it is, and more office-ready bags with our roundup ahead.
The Form Bag
Everlane’s Form bag is one of our favorite functional-yet-cute styles.
Large Yellow Shopping Bag
Dubbed the ‘Bushwick Birkin,’ Telfar’s bag provides both practicality and street cred.
H&M is at it again, making an oversized tote that looks way more expensive than it actually is.
Bobby Buckled Leather Tote
Fire engine red is a neutral, yes?
Tulip Medium Leather Tote
The elegant wave of this bag takes the classic leather tote to a whole new level.
Buy one of Agnes Baddoo’s quality leather bags, and you’ll never look back. Her high-quality accessories are timeless and made to last.
Stella Leather Tote
Go green with Rebecca Minkoff’s punchy take on the tote bag.
Long Vring Shopping Tote
Valentino’s new Vring bags look and feel like a gift.
Arco 48 Bag
We love the extra long straps on Bottega Veneta’s new Arco bag.
Large Rey Bag
Staud also makes this bag in a mini version, just in case you don’t need to lug around your laptop everyday.
Large Leather Retail Tote
This structured tote is a ’90s throwback.
Medium Trapeze Bag
If you’re going the secondhand route, rediscover #OldCeline goodies from Phoebe Philo’s reign.
Carry your laptop and keep all your cords in order with Bruce Glen’s pocket-friendly tote.
Lee Radziwill Large Bag
This surprisingly roomy bag is enough to carry your computer and all of your daily essentials.
Woven Rope Shopper
You might be in the office, but your mindset is OOO. This summery macramé tote brings the beach to you.
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