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These Bags Might Finally Make Minimalists Out Of Us

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    Try as we might to channel the sleek, silk-swathed Nü Woman inside, the truth is, we're really more maximalist at heart. Clashing colors, oversized silhouettes, patterns that sort of make our eyes hurt — these things bring joy to our sartorial souls. But, when we saw the new Imago-A lookbook, we vowed to double down on mastering that whole minimalism thing.

    The line features teeny circle bags, oversized triangle-handle clutches, and pentagon-shaped crossbody purses in a super-restrained palette of black, white, silver, and, um, black-and-white. So Nü! Though the smaller sizes definitely would not hold all of our junk daily essentials, the larger options are deceptively roomy. We're guessing the two paperbacks and a deli sandwich we carry on our persons at all times would fit nicely.

    Click on to see the bags that are models of sleek elegance and restraint. They may just make us ditch our tote bags once and for all.

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