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The Best Handbags to Shop This Fall

Because you can never have too many.

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The Tote

This structured shape is a beloved go-to, and an effortless plus one for any outfit. As the roomiest of handbags, a classic tote also provides a sense of being prepared for anything because it takes everything thrown in it, from wallet to water bottle. Learn how to carry your bag properly so your body won’t suffer.

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Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Fossil

Come for the striking graphic, stay for the full zip closure.

Fossil Rachel Tote, $168 at Hudson’s Bay.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Lacoste

Texturized leather in a juicy hue with handy exterior pockets? It’s a win-win-win.

Chantaco Piqué Leather Zip Pockets Tote Bag in Mineral Red, $350 at Lacoste.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Guess

Say yes to a tote with bonus features, like a detachable outer pouch.

Sienna 2-in-1 Tote in Red, $145 at Guess.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Banana Republic

From silhouette to shade, this one’s an all-around stunner.

Portfolio Knotted Italian Leather Tote, $195 at Banana Republic.

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The Cross-Body

Worn across the body, this bag earns praise because it lets you operate hands-free. A wide range of sizes and styles mean there’s no shortage of appealing options, from ultra-compact to strikingly embellished. Here are 15 fall jackets to help you transition to the chillier weather.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Coach

Spread your style wings with intricate embellishments and an elegant shape.

Tattoo Feed Bag, $570 at Coach.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Banana Republic

Rummage with ease thank to a circular flat-bottom design.

Bucket Crossbody, $145 at Banana Republic.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Guess

A lengthy strap leads to options on the go with this 2-in-1 satchel.

Sienna Society Satchel in Snake Skin, $140 at Guess.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Michael Michael Kors

Guaranteed to add a rock-chic note to any look.

Whitney Large Mixed-Media Convertible Shoulder Bag, $478 at Michael Michael Kors.

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The Top-Handle

When it’s sophistication you long for this bag delivers. Fold-over styles carry a distinctly retro charm, while a modern take can be found in silhouettes featuring clean lines. The refined finishing touch of a top-handle bag will always elevate a look. Now that you’ve got shopping on the brain, here are some Canadian brands that are helping support the fight against breast cancer.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Aldo

Because a lil’ leopard print never hurt anybody.

Cadiawien, $55 at Aldo.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Ecco

Clean lines and an unexpected colour make for a stylish duo.

SP 2 Medium Doctors Bag, $345 at Ecco.

Fall HandbagPhoto Credit: Roots

Prepare for long term love: this supple leather only get better with age.

Hailee Drawstring Bag in Natural Tribe, $348 at Roots.

Fall HandbagPhoto Credit: Coach

Boasting a mix of materials turned out in an eye-catching shape, this investment handbag makes a lasting impression.

Colourblock Mixed Materials Dreamer, $800 at Coach.

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The Backpack

There’s a blissful sense of being unencumbered that only a backpack can provide. Your hands are free, you can slip through a crowd, and all your necessities are secured within easy reach. When a non-bulky shape joins forces with a pleasant hue or texture, casual meets chic for an essential that’s brilliant for traveling near, or far. Make your travels easier with these carry-on beauty essentials.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Aldo

Stand tall with refined details and a compact shape.

Borgoforte in Cognac, $60 at Aldo.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Ecco

Roomier than meet the eye, plus has clever details like an internal key ring.

SP3 Backpack, $320 at Ecco.

Fall HandbagsPhoto Credit: Taikan

Multiple compartments, including a 15-inch laptop sleeve, all wrapped up in luxe Italian suede.

Spartan in Black Suede, $530 at Taikan.

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