Convertible Bag for Summer

Hey everyone, who’s ready for summer vacations, festivals and beach days? I know I am! I actually leave for Hawaii tomorrow! Today I’m sharing the perfect convertible bag from Brahmin that can carry all of your essentials while you’re on the go this summer! The Lil Topsail Bag can be worn as a crossbody bag while traveling, a belt bag for festivals and also as a clutch to throw in your beach bag to hold all of your essentials like your ID, money, phone and some lip gloss. Scroll through this post to see how I styled the convertible bag for summer!

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Brahmin makes beautiful, quality bags for every age. I can easily shop on their site to find a bag that suits my style as well as my younger sister, my mom and even grandmother. All of their bags are very versatile, well-made and timeless. I also love their more trendy bag styles as well like this Lane Crawford Bag. The round shape and circle handles is right on trend for this season.

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Outfit: Ripped Mom Shorts | Misa Los Angeles Cropped Top found at Hemline | Studded Sandals | Ray-Ban Sunglasses (also available here) | Lil Topsail Bag c/o Brahmin | Bracelets c/o Julie Vos | Shell Earrings

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As you can see in the above photo, the Lil Topsail Bag can also be worn as a crossbody bag or you can completely remove the strap to use as clutch or pouch to throw in larger tote like this Medium Bowie Mantle. The bag also includes a flap opening with magnetic snap closure, a back slide in pocket to fit your phone, an interior zip pocket, credit card slots and an adjustable strap to make it longer or shorter depending on your height and preference.

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Outfit: Ripped Mom Shorts | Misa Los Angeles Cropped Top found at Hemline | Studded Sandals | Ray-Ban Sunglasses (also available here) | Lil Topsail Bag c/o Brahmin | Bracelets c/o Julie Vos | Shell Earrings

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