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Considering that Herm├Ęs' wait-list-worthy Birkins start at around $6,000 (and escalate quickly from there), this horse-printed beach tote is actually something of a steal. You know, by comparison.
Why not bring Frida Giannini's famous florals to the shore this summer?
You can't go wrong with anything Emilio Pucci at the beach. You just can't!
We're still not over Saint James x Coach. #bestsummercollabever
Beach-going one-percenters don't need to worry themselves with practical questions, like how they'll ever manage to get all that sand out of the intrecciato weave of their Bottega beach bags.
We adore Clare Vivier's classic zipped clutches, but this chain-patterned beach tote's every bit as covetable.
Looks like something Anja Rubik would carry at Coachella.
Just think of how the sun's rays will reflect off of this mirrored must-have. Hope you (and everyone else at the shore) brought sunnies!
Half tote, half picnic basket, all awesome.
Bird of paradise? More like bag of paradise.
Yep, McQueen's psychedelic, kaleidoscopic prints look every bit as sharp when perched on the sand.
We're pretty sure the house of Missoni would never deign to design anything you couldn't bring and/or wear to the beach.
Big cat prints are obviously best for hot-weather wear.
The colorful base plays off the sun's hue, while the woven upper feels decidedly island-y. In a word, perfection.
There's a reason Bruno's sequin-trim totes are a smash hit with girls from Paris to New York (and everywhere in between): they're the perfectly just-dressed-up-enough carryall for the street and the beach.
Remember how Tom Green called Drew Barrymore "Starfish" throughout the entire first Charlie's Angels movie? That was weird. But this tote isn't!