I wish I could get my hands on every new designer bag (I’m looking at you, Prada Cleo), but it’s not in my budget right now. But just because I can’t go overboard with my spending doesn’t mean I can’t add an A+ bag to my collection. There are bags in every price range, and if you’re seeking for premium bags at a lower price point, you’ve come to the correct place. These labels are better than your typical fast-fashion picks, yet they are still less expensive than certain modern brands on the market.
Six handbag manufacturers that Who What Wear editors adore and frequently include in our stories are listed below. What’s the best part? The alternatives below are all under $250, which is hard to believe given how nice they seem.
House of want
When one of my fellow editors informed me about this Shopbop company, I felt it was too wonderful to be true. It turns out that it is, and the brand’s bags are elevated pieces that you can always rely on in your outfit rotation.
Mango is already known for its trendy products and luxe-looking basics, but its handbag assortment is also noteworthy. Editor-approved and less than $150. What more could you ask for?
I possess a few JW Pei bags, and no one believes me when I tell them how much they cost. They create fashionable bags that are ideal for the girl who wants to experiment with her accessories on a regular basis.
When Ganni began to offer handbags, I had great hopes because the company’s clothes is among my faves. Ganni outdid itself, releasing bags that blew me away in terms of silhouette, colours, and design.
Charles & Keith
I discovered Charles & Keith while in college and reading Who What Wear on a daily basis. This brand is ideal for those who want a minimalist style, since its designs feature distinct yet simple aspects that capture attention, such as gold accents and asymmetrical shapes.