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The bucket bag climbed the ranks of handbag fame due in large part to minimalist accessories label Mansur Gavriel. It. Was. Everywhere. Its omnipresence prompted some fashion folk to denounce the bag in 2018, but we’re hesitant to give up on the roomy style just yet. Designers are reworking the classic bucket in colorful crochet, wicker, and more genius upgrades that prove the silhouette’s lasting power. You’re bound to find the perfect bucket bag that fits your style with our roundup ahead.
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Leave it to Miuccia Prada to provide a quirky yet sexy update to the classic wicker basket.
Made in Longchamp’s signature cuir leather, this minimal version of a beloved childhood beach accessory—the pail!—is available in variety of summery shades.
This beach-ready handbag made in durable nylon is equipped with a drawstring and canvas strap, rendering it both utilitarian and stylish.
The storied Italian leather goods brand debuted this bag based on its iconic 1951 Kimo sandal. Psst, the inner leather bag can be removed and placed into other cage bags, offering the perfect template for color play all year round.
NOIRANCA is a brand centered around sustainably made and traceable handbags that don’t sacrifice style. This trendy bucket delivers on this promise, with over half of the vegan leather coming from recycled materials.
Handwoven in Ghana, the Agudie bag comes in a variety of colors and features an instantly identifiable (and sturdy) wooden base.
Brandon Blackwood has garnered a cult following for his perfectly trendy and affordably priced bags. This mini in a luxe cocoa suede transcends seasons.
Inspired by the laser-cut corsets Alaïa created in the ‘90s, this modern handbag oozes femininity and strength.
This cutesy leather and crochet bag is perfect for picnics—real apples not included.
Alexander McQueen took inspiration from corsetry to create the cinched effect on this bucket bag, done in a gorgeous nappa leather that will last you years to come.
We would be remiss not to mention the instigator of the bucket bag craze. This spring and summer, try this blush update on the classic as your go-to carryall.
This perfectly mini bucket features tactile contrast stitching and a removable inner handbag, making this a no-brainer two-in-one purchase.
Prada’s Re-Nylon bags have taken the fashion world by storm, bringing back the iconic fabric and breathing new life into it. This mint green take features a shoulder strap and top handle for versatile wearing options.
Khaite is the fashion industry’s go-to brand for feminine, classic pieces that radiate chicness. This elegant mulberry suede bag adds the perfect pop of muted color to any summer (or fall) look.
This bright style from Rhode Island-based brand Lindquist Object boasts clean lines and vegetable tanned leather, all handmade in its East Providence studio.
For the more daring and artsy, this handwoven Loewe bag calls to mind a palm frond, bringing world class craftsmanship to the beach.
Not so into neutrals? This affordable option from Furla comes in a variety of bright colors—all with a handy drawstring closure.
This geometric offering from Italian cool-girl brand The Attico in a rich purple suede is the perfect accessory to take you from day to night to the wee hours of the morning post-club. Consider us sold.
For those of us still deep into logomania, Marni takes a hand-stitched approach to the branding craze with this raffia bucket bag.
Who better than Thom Browne to deliver a heady dose of Americana? This seersucker and canvas bucket bag is giving major “summertime and the living’s easy” energy. All that’s missing is a croquet set and a gingham picnic blanket.
We’re adding this bucket bag to our shopping lists immediately, mostly because of its oversized roominess for beach essentials and fun spin on the classic Missoni zigzag pattern.
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