The Luxe Destination For Classic, Quality Bags

For timeless, classic, British bags, Aspinal of London is high up the list. This season, it’s reimagined its signature designs in summer-ready hues of blush pink, marmalade, taupe, and ivory, while making some serious strides in sustainability, too – think upcycled materials and carbon-offset leathers. Whether you’re looking for a roomy tote or everyday crossbody, they’ve got something to suit everyone. Here are some of our favourites…


Micro Lottie Bag, £350

Micro size has long been the fashion girl's bag of choice and the Lottie, with its preppy chain strap and classic flap, is a stylish choice for nights out. We love it in ivory, but it also comes in both orange and black.

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Mayfair Bag, £650 

Looking for something a bit different? The Mayfair will make a cool addition to your year-round wardrobe. With vintage-inspired faux croc leather, its compact size is still big enough to carry all your essentials.

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Camera 'A' Bag, £295

A simple crossbody is a must-have in any bag collection – this one’s adjustable strap and zip fastening makes it ideal for everyday wear.

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Midi London Tote, £550

Perfectly understated, The London will work for almost any occasion thanks to its chic, boxy silhouette – carry it on your arm or switch to the crossbody strap when you want to go hands free.

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Large London Tote, £650

If you’re after something big enough to fit your laptop that still looks chic, opt for The Pebble. With buttery soft grain leather and subtle orange trim, it’s smart for the office but will elevate those off-duty outfits, too.

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Hobo Bag, £395

Slouchy silhouettes are still big news when it comes to handbags, and Aspinal’s Hobo is a stylish and practical choice relative to its generous size. We love grey for a softer alternative to black, too.

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