From pineapple shaped bags to cameras lookalikes, check out the unique shaped novelty bags that are making waves in Fall 2016!Hey beautiful! If you are bored of carrying the usual structured or messenger bags, try the latest novelty bags that will make your outfit look wow! Novelty bags are those that are made to resemble objects, faces or animals, etc. They can be any type of bags from sling-bags to totes to clutches. From retro-cameras and telephones to cat-faces and lemon wedges, we are finding novelty bags this season in all shapes.
We’ve been seeing this crazy trend on the runways of Dolce & Gabbana and Moschino. Plus, in so many collections of high fashion designers and high-street brands like Karl Lagerfeld and Forever 21. The unique shaped bags suit every occasion right from party to a casual day out.
Let’s take a look at the top 20 trendy novelty handbags we have picked with most unique and creative shapes.
Top 20 Novelty Bags We Wanna Buy in 2016!
The shell shaped navy-blue bag would seem perfect for both casual and party. I would love to pair this with my all time favorite LBD.
Black Iridescent Patent S’hell Crossbody Bag- Unique Vintage
Seems to be kiddish? Nah! Try pairing it with the regular denims and grey or white crop-top for trendy street-style look.
Black White Leatherette Cat Crossbody Purse- Unique Vintage
The flask shaped bag by Chanel would look apt with party gowns or cocktail dresses.
The camera-shaped latest box bag by Dolce & Gabbana looks attractive and easy to pull off with a day dress.
Camera Shaped Python Shoulder Bag- Dolce & Gabbana
Telephone-Shaped Crossbody- Forever 21
These ain’t showpieces but yes – these are the novelty bags by Judith Leiber. Multicolored stone work is prominent in these handbags. The shapes range from pyramids to animals.
Ancient Egypt Collection- Judith Leiber
1980s Karl Lagerfeld Fan Bag- Karl Lagerfeld
Latest in Moschino Fall Winter 2016-17 couture collection is the jacket bag. Match to your cool party outfit because it comes in a range of colors.
Moschino SS16 collection had a roadside construction theme and these trendy bags to go with it.
The new Bibliotèque bag by Prada reminds us of an ancient library that can conceal hidden treasures! It is available in a range of colors with tone-on-tone or contrasting details.
Prada Cahier leather bag has a leather shoulder strap embellished with bronze studs. This bag was seen at Prada FW16 collection and is inspired by a notebook.
Cahier Bag- Prada
Green Lime Wedge Jeweled Kiss Lock Box Clutch- Unique Vintage
This bag from Sophia Webster with its unique shape is eye-catchy and it would go well for a casual outing like for movies or coffee shop chats with friends.
OMG Bag- Sophia Webster
Apart from these, we are seeing countless other shapes in novelty bags like the ice-cream cone shaped bag, cigarette box bag by Moschino, Gun shaped bag by Unique Vintage etc. Some bags even seemed so bizarre that even I would not dare to try them – like the gun bag.
So, did you like these trendy fashionable novelty bags? Would you try the gun bag? Let me know which one would you like to get for yourself?
Anusha Jain is a Staff Writer & SlubShop Manager at ShilpaAhuja.com. She has a diploma in Fashion Design from iNIFD and is originally from Andhra Pradesh. Before entering into the field of fashion, she got a Masters in Analytical Chemistry. Her love in fashion design, a passion in staying updated with the latest trends and zeal to do something creative paved her way to a career in fashion. Here, at Shilpaahuja.com, she works on bringing the latest in shopping ideas, fashion tips and beauty advice to SlubShop, the world’s first purely trend-based affiliate store. Accessories are her expertise. Her work on SlubShop involves bringing the latest runway trends to the masses, and designing the UI/UX to make it look innovative and fresh. She is also a fitness and dieting aficionado, writing about bringing the latest in the world of wellness and health. When she’s not writing she loves to travel, watch movies and also she is interested in photography, using herself as a muse. For feedback and questions, email anusha[email protected] or connect with her on Twitter @Anushajain14.