baggu fall colors

As a beach town native, it feels sacrilegious to say this, but I’m ready for fall. As much as I love the smell of suntan lotion and neon everything, I’m ready for cooler temperatures and colors that feel richer and more velvety. Baggu’s new fall line showed up in my inbox yesterday, and the colors and materials feel spot on for fall. From gorgeous blue, emerald and fuchsia suedes to fig and poppy-colored leathers, their new series is a great way to ease into fall bags, clutches and accessories without spending a small fortune. I’m eying the blues and emeralds, but you can check out the new fall collection right here. xo, grace



  1. Courtney says:

    I just bought a small Baggu from a little shop in Oakland. I love it. Thanks for the post!

  2. Holly says:

    I’ve been ready for fall for weeks – the weather, the leaves changing, the colors – and I love these bags. Something about leather seems so rich and appealing especially in the fall.

  3. Bridget says:

    This color palette is divine!
    Can’t resist linking to this: http://bit.ly/NwR4iU

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