black leather backpack & Other Stories

It’s Time to Rethink the Drawstring Backpack

* Stylish leather backpack makes an ideal handbag alternative
* Kylie Jenner and Annie Clark (St. Vincent) spotted with similar looks
* Sleek black exterior pairs easily with any ensemble

The drawstring backpack is back. With a combination of great style and ease of carrying, these functional bags offer everything you need from your carrying aid. Just make sure to choose one in leather rather than nylon to look more party-ready and less “getting ready for the gym.”

A slew of celebrities have caught on to the backpack trend, sporting ones in all shapes and sizes. But the black drawstring backpack seems to be a favorite. Kylie Jenner and Annie Clark (a.k.a. St. Vincent) have both been seen wearing variations similar to this stylish drawstring bag from & Other Stories.

Buy: Drawstring Leather Backpack $125

A great alternative to toting a handbag, the fashion backpack is a great way to take everything you need with you. This backpack is made from 100% premium cow leather, durable enough to withstand the rigors of daily use, while breaking in to be soft and supple the more you use it.

Inside the bag, you will find a handy internal pocket, ideal for keeping your wallet and phone safe. And the easy-to-use drawstring closure makes using the bag super convenient without looking too bulky or cumbersome. Grab it and go for days about town and evenings out with friends.

The sleek black color and attractive textured leather grain surface present an eye-catching accessory that will add a bit of flair to any high street ensemble. At $125, the versatile bag is a great addition to your everyday wardrobe at a fraction of the cost of most name-brand equivalents. This fun leather backpack offers a playful edge to casual wear for a great price.

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