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30th October 2012

Top 5: Bags for University

With an endless list of things to go into your backpack, here’s a little help with choosing one…

1) Aztec Rucksack – Urban Outfitters: £45

Increasingly seen around campus, rucksacks have made a stylish come back. Comfortable and practical, it’s easy to understand their popularity. Adding the ever-fashionable Aztec design, this rucksack easily makes the top 5.



2) Khaki Holdall – Topshop: £45

With a choice of long or short strap and a nifty separate compartment for a laptop, this khaki holdall is a girl’s more stylised alternative to a briefcase.



3) Suede effect Shopper Tote – H&M: £14.99

Classic and simple, this leather and suede effect shopper provides a cheaper alternative than many other high street products. Available in pink, khaki and black, you cant go wrong.



4) Leopard-print Shopper – Zara: £59.99

Wanting something a bit more glamorous? This leopard print effect shopper bag provides practicality and something a bit quirkier than the average shopper. For those who would prefer a simpler design, the plain black may be a more suitable alternative.


Photo: Urban Outfitters

5) Leather Satchel – Urban Outfitters: £45

Leather satchel bags are the perfect old school accessory. Although rarely seen under £100, Urban Outfitters offers this vintage style replica. Large enough to carry folders and its front pockets and easy lock fastening are perfect for keeping your essentials safe.


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