For me, a beach bag should be as big as possible. I like to be able to pop my towel, camera, sun cream, book, magazine and other bits and bobs in with ease. Having a good handle or strap to fit over your shoulder is also essential. If it’s not easy to carry then it’s just going to become a hassle every time you walk to the beach.
I like to buy a beach bag which I can continue using during the summer months. Something that can be used for picnics or day trips to Southwold. So, here are are a few beach bags that have caught my eye for the summer.
Although I’ve already had my seaside holiday there’s still time to squeeze lots of day trips in and maybe even a weekend abroad. I’m keeping an eye out for cheap flights after reading Jessica’s tips on how to find a bargain break.
I really like the flamingo bag from Matalan because who doesn’t love flamingos? I also think the long straps would be particularly useful and comfortable in the heat. I’m a big fan of the bright orange Barbour bag too. I’ve always had a good experience with the quality from Barbour and I’d like to have a bag I can continue using over the years. Finally, the soft pastel Roxy bag ticks all the right boxes. I used to buy a lot from Roxy when I was in college (OMG, that was over 10 years ago) so the brand brings back some happy memories.
Which bag would you pick?