Haute Bags for the Beach
The Zuri Tote Bag from Quaint by GSC (Photo: IG: @quaintbags)

As summer approaches, it's time to start thinking about what accessories you'll need for your next trip to the beach. An essential item for any beach outing is a stylish and functional beach bag. Beach bags have come a long way. Today they are available in a wide range of styles and materials to suit your needs and personal preference.

Whether you prefer a classic straw bag or a more luxurious leather design, there is a bag out there for you. So, as you plan your next beach vacation, be sure to indulge in a few haute beach bags that will keep you looking chic and organised all summer long.

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) takes a look at some of the beach bags from Jamaican designers that might be trending for summer 2023.

Flowerchild1999 Baddie Bag (Photo: azi.photography)
Patchwork Leather Bag from SMR Leather Bags Ja (Photo: IG: @smrleatherbagsja)
The Roast Duffle from Roast By Bresheh (Photo: IG: @bresheh)
The Madison Bag from Brandon Blackwood (Photo: IG: @brandonblackwoodnyc)
The DTS Swim Tote from DTS Swim (Photo: IG: @dtsswim)

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