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Back to School: 5 Favorite Satchels

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Fall is the perfect time to add a beautiful leather satchel to your wardrobe. I prefer satchels over fancy handbags. They’re functional, beautiful, and last forever. They age wonderfully over time with the leather softening and changing color over the years. I’ve found some beautiful handmade and vintage satchels. I’ve also included a linen satchel that was made for the Italian army in WWII. It might be my favorite. Check them all out, below!


  • Cross Body Purse 1 of 5
    Cross Body Purse
    This bag is bigger than a purse but small than a messenger bag, perfect for traveling.
    $53.00 at Genuine Goods on Etsy.
  • Bird Watcher’s Bag 2 of 5
    Bird Watcher's Bag
    This bird water's bag comes in a variety of colors. The leather will soften and age with time.
    $304 at Swedish Hasbeens.
  • Leather Messenger Bag 3 of 5
    Leather Messenger Bag
    Made of vintage leather, this messenger bag is handmade. Such a great price too!
    $54.00 at Genuine Goods on Etsy.
  • Hexworthy Satchel 4 of 5
    Hexworthy Satchel
    This handmade satchel from England is perfect for carrying a laptop.
    £175.00 at Vintage Green Shoes.
  • Vintage Military Satchel 5 of 5
    Vintage Military Satchel
    This is an unused WW II bag from Italy. It's made of linen.
    $63 at CLP Studio on Etsy.

All photos from  respective sources. Top photo from Genuine Goods on Etsy

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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