A Backpack You Can Wear To Work? Yes, Seriously

Most of us don’t work at the circus, but curiously, our commutes often requires a lot of juggling. While we've mastered the balancing act of handling our phones, bags, and morning coffee, it can get a little old (not to mention require some serious skills) for such a dextrous activity so early in the morning. But there is an easy way to give yourself a hand, literally speaking — swap your work tote for a work-appropriate backpack. We know, we know, backpacks don't scream "grown up." With the picks ahead, however, you'll be thinking twice about these childhood staples. Take a peek at the slideshow and free your daily carry from getting too, ahem, carried away.
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All-white can be a little intimidating, but for a good price (like this Charles & Keith option), we're willing to take the risk.
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Your work tote just got an upgrade.
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A clean, work-appropriate pack that has a bit of summertime flair with the addition of rope detailing.
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The inside boasts pockets with awesome organization, so you don't have to do all the work.
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Sometimes, all you need is a pop of color. This sleek pack is bold, but still looks work-appropriate.
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A black backpack is perfect for all-day-every-day.
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If your office enviro lets you get a little jazzy, go for something metallic.
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Digging the lucite detail.
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This metallic lavender option is super cool, and you'll still look put together.
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A very on-trend color combo.
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This backpack couldn't get any cleaner. The rope makes for some really cool shoulder straps.
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This Kara backpack is reflective, so you can walk home in peace (and in one piece) after a late night at the office.
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Use that front pocket for easy access to things you need whilst on the go (just mind the pickpockets on the train).
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This light color will age super well.
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Feelin' the shape of this structured pack.
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