5. Lee Yoo Bi’s Off-White Binder Camera Bag
We don’t know what Lee Yoo Bi was thinking when she purchased the Off-White binder camera bag but we’re going to assume that she wanted a designer bag that doesn’t look designer. It’s not going to amass as many likes on Instagram cause chances are, people might not know which designer it’s from (and that’s what the tagging function is for) but for those in the know, up goes your street cred.
6. Min Hyo Rin’s Dior 30 Montaigne Bag
When unleashing the season’s latest it-bag onto the internet, Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior stated that the 30 Montaigne bag is a uniform bag – which is to say you’re going to want to wear it with uniform pieces. Min Hyo Rin is wearing exactly these pieces though: the white tee (you can wear yours cropped too) and light washed summer-ready denim. And whilst her 30 Montaigne is white, we recommend you purchase yours in an everyday black instead.
7. Oh Yeon Seo’s Kate Spade Suzy Bag
In the ‘90s, women went crazy over Kate Spade bags – they were priced perfectly (which is to say they won’t bankrupt you), were made of durable calf leather that didn’t scratch easily and no one had a hard time coordinating them. Fast forward two decades, Oh Yeon Seo’s carrying a ‘90s inspired Suzy Bag and proves the above three points – it looks good whether you’re going out to party or if you’re doing less glamorous things like grocery shopping.
8. Jung Ryeo Won’s Givenchy Whip Bag
The Givenchy Whip Bag isn’t named after fishing a random word written on a piece of paper out of a fish bowl. It’s literally named after a whip but Jung Ryeo Won seems to be ignoring its tough moniker by pairing it with a summery eyelet dress and out-of-bed hair to soften the bag’s angular silhouette. But that’s not to say that’s the only way you can wear the Whip though — we think it looks good too with razor sharp tailored suits.
9. Han Bo Reum’s Gucci Sylvie Bag
One of the first bags released when Alessandro Michele ascended the Gucci throne, the Sylvie was an immediate pleaser – its ladylike silhouette was a nice break from the utilitarian bags in that season and it came in any and every colour. Han Bo Reum plays on the latter’s trait by making it the perfect pop of colour on her outfit – the red pops next to neutrals such as white and leopard print (yes yes, the latter can be considered one).