Nothing says spring quite like all those blooming spring flowers popping up in our Instagram feeds and seasonal cherry blossom products we see all around us.

It’s the best time of the year to pull out the brighter shades in your closet and find a classic “spring” piece to add to your daily look.

So settle in for our round-up of 2019’s spring fashion trends on must-have accessories and bags hitting the market right now!

The Corals

Step aside, pastels. When it comes to spring handbags 2019, the hue that got the most attention was a lovely burnt shade, midway between pink and orange.

It’s corals’ time to shine. If past spring collections were a little too washed-out for your taste, you are going to love 2019’s obsession with living coral fashion.

Get the colour of year with one of the following ladies handbags from our handpicked selections of designer brands such as Cozee, MARHEN.J and FUN FROM FUN.

The Neutrals

It’s a good thing that neutral shades are always at the forefront of designers’ minds. Because these styles make the perfect complement to clothes that use the brighter, warmer shades of spring.

This means you can go ahead and choose a coral top or bottom and then pair it with one of the following designer bags in grey or beige for an effortless combination of the two top fashion colours and statements this spring.

Bags hitting the neutral tones this season is building an exhaustive list, so some of our picks are MARHEN.J’s hit seller Annie Ash Grey, Maxi Bucket Camel from EMP.T Label and Amelie Frame Bag Beige by FUN FROM FUN.

The Sparkles

In case you were wondering… sparkles are definitely back and they were a notable element of fashion week in Paris and New York, topping off some of the best ensembles of the season and fitting in nicely with that classic style rule of adding 3 accessories to any outfit to tie it together.

Complete your spring attire with accessories from Luvinball, M.M.D and La Jewelry. One of these beauties that will go nicely with any of the indie designer bags we’ve selected in this dispatch. 


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