It's all about the weekend. Moday morning comes around and we are already making plans - so why not be thinking about what you are going to be carrying.
The weekend bag is almost as important as the plans you make, so don't let standards slip in fashion department and take a look at the ones we've picked out for you.
This classic travel bag from Zara is big enough to hold all the essentials, plus a few extras. The simple design makes this an instant keeper, a bag that can be used time and time again. The cream colour just means you will have to take a little extra care though.
This Fred Perry barrel bag is perfect for the retro look that is a very popular trend at the minute. Don't forget to pair it with chino pants, a polo and some Vans - a perfect look for channeling the This is England vibe. The contrast colour holdall is available from JD Sports for £39.99.
This Khaki holdall is an absolute steal. Available from Burton for a bargain price of £15, it's been reduced from £30. I urge you to visit the site now before they're all snapped up. The cheap price means it's ideal to use once, but do keep hold if you a battered look for the festivals. The cotton material means it will adjust to whatever items you want to put in it - it's the only bag to use for camping and festivals.
Another classic from Zara on the right. This is the shop to go-to if you want a bag that will stand the test of time. The leather material ensure that they're durable too. This is the same price as the other at £49.99, not bad considering you will still use it in years time. The long strap means it's easy to carry too - what more can you expect?
And finally, we have another khaki creation - this time from Topman. This is priced at £70, but the coloured leather ensures that it is definitely an investment buy. Something that will only get better with age, just like George Clooney, right?
So which one are you going to go for?
Malexrta Taryn Davies