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July 31, 2012
Some of these roomy carryalls also double as excellent weekenders. Score!
Simple, affordable, and by a local label. Shoulder strap included. Davis duffle bag, $70 at
One of our favorite bag designs of all time. Milo tote, $425 at
A beautiful natural canvas for only the most meticulous of travelers. Zip carryall, $320 at
A sleek army green will be perfect come fall. Duluth Pack canvas tote, $115 at
A simple, subtle stripe is all the detail you need.
Look closely—that’s tightly checkered black and white, not gray. Want Les Essentials de la Vie O’Hare woven-cotton tote bag, $325 at
Love the patriotic two-tone vibe. Herschel Supply Company Totem messenger bag, $69.99 at
Hard to argue with vegan leather for under $200.
Matt & Nat Ayrton bag
A camo option for the more sartorially adventurous. Mini Duffaluffagus, $50 at
Another all-white options for the compulsively neat set. Rail and Wharf 48-hour duffel, $118 at
Also comes in camo and royal blue. Utility bag, $88 at
We love the
rugged leather options
at J.W. Hulme, but they’re hella expensive. Here’s something more affordable.
Utility canvas duffel bag
Gray flannel so sumptuous it’s worth the price tag. Duff bag, $485 at Gräf & Lantz.
Hard to argue with an orange-red that fierce. Banker’s wax weekender bag, $525 at
Delightfully cheeky. Stanley & Sons polka-dot market bag, $150 at
An unconventional shape that folds down to become more manageable.
Chester Wallace classic tote
Love the red zipper on this otherwise entirely subdued duffle. $205 at
One of our favorite shapes from one of our favorite brands. Twill Swiss brief with flap, $184 at
Slouchy but slick—and how amazing is that bright lining?
Cuyana weekend bag
Made with plenty of authentic vintage military elements. Utility bag, $62 at
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