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If you don’t own a fanny pack, is your wardrobe even playful?

Do you know what happens when a belt fashionably meets a bag? Fanny-packs – the ‘80s borrowed talk of the town! Yes, the most tabooed bag style of the bygone era has picked up again this season with street fashion, in more than ever utilitarian characters and opulent fabrics. Thanks to celebs like Kendall Jenner and Beyonce that we have enough of Fanny pack styling to covet about. Be it reflecting from the retro fashion diaries or the hype of utilitarian fashion – this revised edition well-deserves a place in your fall wardrobe. These waist-hugging bags with cute, punky pouch silhouettes allow flexible styling; from casual-chic to gym outfits to even business attires, its bandwagon is quite playful. 

To let you have the flavour of the trend, we made you a guide to style fanny packs for Fall!

Prada’s workwear fanny bag | Buy Now

Make your office wear fashionable enough for work and off-duty plans by adding Prada’s Sidonie two-tone leather belt bag in your cart. The Italian supple black and white leather bag will enhance an otherwise plain pantsuit in no time! For those of you who would like a pinch of colour to tonal outfits, its pink variant is just as chic. Despite being a fanny bag it also comes with an optional chain shoulder strap which makes this even more versatile.

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Nanushka’s croc-effect leather bag | Buy Now

Isn’t croc-effect leather the first thing that hits your fashionable mind when you think Fall? That is right, you’re not the only one. You might already be stocked with plenty of booties and belts in croc-effect, it’s just the fanny pack left to complete your grunge-y, chic wardrobe. We loved Nanushka's croc-effect vegan black leather belt bag– whether pair it with caramel tones of animal print or opt for bright blazer dresses, it will suit it all. Not just beauty but to bring utility, it opens to a canvas-lined interior that fits a phone, sunglasses, and keys and has a back slip pocket to keep your most-used cards within reach.

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Isabel Merchant’s glistening fanny pack | Buy Now

While metallics are the rage, why not bring the thunder to your bag cellar? And who does chic better than Isabel Marant? Add this leather-trimmed metallic shell fanny pack for all your casual-chic outfits where you would like adding some lustre to your easy look – the silver and rose gold hues of the bag bring an eccentric spin, and the bag is thoughtfully divided into two compartments which will keep your essentials organized. How about pairing this with breezy white Bermudas and a pink knit blouse? 

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Miu Miu’s velvet goodness | Buy Now

Transform your style from classic to bold by pairing your favourite white knitted dress with Miu Miu's convertible belt bag. The matelassé velvet texture, tonal velvet leather, knitted silhouette, and rich red colour – why would you think of pairing anything than this with your pastel dresses? Don’t mistake the Italian craftsmanship for its design values, this one equally versatile and utility equipped owing to its detachable straps.

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Rachel Comey’s crochet bag | Buy Now

We are well aware of the fact that Fall is all about rich hues and unique prints and patterns, to help you stay perky and stylish we suggest pairing a printed full-sleeved jumpsuit with Rachel Comey's fanny pack. This red crochet bag with cowhide leather will add a sassy vibe to your overall look, it comes with an attached brick-red leather belt with adjustable straps that complements the palette of the bag profoundly. You also have an option to go monochrome with this one!

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These beautiful fanny packs are demanding your consideration! What's your pick for this fall?

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