5 backpacks that won’t make you feel like you are back in secondary school

Carrying backpacks was a huge 90s trend that has made a comeback -as all 90s trends seem to be doing,- and it just happens to be one of our all time favourite trends this year.

A lot of people are quite unwilling to hop on the trend because it’s admittedly a little reminiscent of the years we spent in uniforms and school shoes. Backpacks are also a little tricky to style, a backpack doesn’t seem like something that will go with a whole lot of outfits. Against all odds, we’ve uncovered 5 backpacks that’ll go perfectly with -almost- any outfit you wear.

  1. Fringed
    This leather fringed backpack definitely looks like nothing a 16 year old you would have rocked. It does however look like something you could slap on any outfit without looking awkward.
    Image 1 of Pimkie Fringed Backpack
  2. Patterned
    This Ted Baker Canvas backpack is perfect for someone who’s looking to avoid buying a basic backpack.
    Image 1 of Ted Baker Hilarry Canvas Backpack
  3.  Minimalist
    The simple clean cut lines of this backpack will make it very hard for you not to carry it everywhere you go.
    Image 1 of ASOS Clean Curved Backpack
  4. Colorful 
    Get one in a pretty pink colour like this one, if you are feeling daring.
    Image 1 of ASOS Duffle Backpack
  5. Monochrome 
    Because everything looks great in black and white.
    Image 1 of Fiorelli Blakely Foldover Backpack

Major key alert- You can shop all the backpacks on Asos, or just add to your wishlist till the dollar comes down.


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