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8 Boss Bags Every Career Woman Needs This Spring

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By In Her Shoes Contributor: Brianna Arps, @briannaarps

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Because you mean business and so should your handbag…

Stepping into my latest role, one of the first shopping-related decisions I made (alongside a much needed wardrobe revamp) was to level up my purse game.

Living in New York, I’m rarely idle and spend the most time commuting; therefore, every bag I purchase these days must be a practical investment that works just as hard as I do or else it’ll only slow me down.

For those who either (a) share the same struggle or (b) crave a new addition to their collection, look no further – I got you covered with eight top picks perfect for the spring season!

Tote

Totes are large by nature and expandable, which means bringing a laptop, agenda/notebook plus several personal items with you won’t be a problem.

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Always On Side Zip Regan Tote by Rebecca Minkoff ($295)

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Femme Petite Mini Tote by KALU ($396)

Satchel

Double straps not only make satchels easy to carry but they also provide two stylish looks for the price of one.

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Eiye-Ako Satchel by Minku ($480)

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McClain Satchel by Gregory Sylvia ($369)

Bookbag

Mini backpacks are the latest adult spin on a school-yard staple, and multiple compartments make them great for staying organized.

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Jetsetter Convertible Backpack by Henri Bendel ($278)

Crossbody

Free your shoulders from the stress of a crowded subway or train with a classic crossbody.

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Suede Shoulder Bag by H&M ($59.99)

Bucket

Zippers often get stuck and can even break without warning. So, having a no-fuss drawstring option is super ideal.

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Bucket Bag by Yvonne Koné ($685)

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Stacey Bucket Bag by Furla ($348)

Do you have a boss bag or another closet staple we should check out? Make sure to leave us a note in the comments below!

As a New York City beauty PR strategist, Renae Bluitt created “In Her Shoes” to empower and enlighten women committed to realizing their dreams.

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