Fashion Feast: Food Shaped Carryalls

Dine X Design | Food Shaped Purse And Clutch

Stop the presses! We are here to share a very important message about your current bag toting situation. Reusable grocery bags aside, there are now two items that you must consider bringing into your spring lugging routine.

ONE: A stylish zip-up specifically made to carry home freshly made baguettes from the local bakery. You heard right, carb carting just got incredibly fabulous. The crafty folks at Cyan have sparked a romance in our minds filled with european cityscapes and bike rides accessorized with darling front facing baskets, brightly colored bells, (and obviously) a baguette bag slung over one shoulder.

Breaded Bliss!

Above Image: Cyan
 

Dine X Design | Food Insired Purses And Clutches

Above Image: Style Slicker

TWO: A food-shaped carryall with a serious punch of personality. Possessing the power to spruce up any lazy day denim look or even glamorize a yoga pant coffee run, these haute handbags are your one way ticket to a fresh spring wardrobe. Even if you’ve sworn off sweets and fast food you’re going to want to break those rules and grab one of theses dangerously delicious darlings STAT.

Heck, We’re already in the express checkout line.

Take a peep at our favorite fruity, fab and feast-worthy picks below!

Dine X Design | Food Shaped Purses and Clutches

From Top: Baguette Bag by Cyan  /  ASOS Pineapple Bag /  Kate Spade X Darcel Hotdog Coin Purse  /  MOSCHINO quilted shoulder bag  / CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA Cherry On Top Perspex Clutch  /  KSNY wicker lemon crossbody bag  / CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA Fruit PVC clutch  /  Modcloth Spritz a Wonderful Life Bag  /  OLYMPIA LE-TAN Caviar Embroidered Felt Clutch  /  Chip Chop Watermelon Clutch  / Scented Macaron Coin Purse  / Edie ParkerJean Cherries Clutch  / Lena Erziak Fruits of Eden Collection

Springing forward into the new season would not seem right without a few (let’s be real: ALL) of these added into our collection.

Which style do you want to take to-go!?

Kristin Guy

Kristin Guy is a Los Angeles based creative consultant specializing in a food-focused lifestyle. A lover of stripes and fluent in the love language called emoji...she is the Creative Director & Editor of Dine X Design.

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