It is never too early to start thinking about your holiday shopping list! Who is the most “difficult” person to buy for on your list? For some, it is the tween or teen on their list. After all, they are going through a very special time in their life when they change their mind every 10 seconds. Oddly enough, it is also a time when many girls start to take notice of handbags… and (gasp) designer handbags. But we all knew that! We were all tweens and teens ourselves at one time! So it only makes sense that the perfect gift just might be the perfect handbag. Below you will find some of my top handbag picks for tweens and teens. So whether you’ll be shopping for someone who falls into that category, or you happen to be a tween or teen yourself, then be sure to check them out!
1. Juicy Couture Sequin Crown Day Dreamer
You can never go wrong with the classic terry velour Day Dreamer! Plus it is available in a variety of colors. What I like about this bag is that it appeals to the younger crowd, but it isn’t too kiddie (just keep the colors neutral). So depending on how youthful you feel yourself, you might find yourself wanting to borrow this bag from your daughter/sister/niece/whatever!
2. Marc by Marc Jacobs Pretty Nylon Lil Tate Tote
From cute prints to solid colors, this tote has something for everyone! The logo quilting and knotted handles add a nice, playful touch. Plus this tote is made of nylon, so it might make an excellent choice for the gal who is a little rougher with her bags. Much easier to care for than leather!
3. Coach Poppy Pop C Swingpack
The Coach Poppy Collection always has fun and colorful styles to offer! This latest print is filled with metallic doodles and a pink/purple palette sure to please any girlie girl. Plus the swingpack offers hands-free styling, perfect for the girl on the go!
4. Girls We Hated in High School Balagia by Jeffery Campbell
Have a little hippie on your hands? Girls We Hated in High School has a great selection of fringe. The bright stripe print is very unique, especially when paired with layers of blue and orange fringe. Colorful, but not your traditional “girlie” style.