Credit | Amsesh
How to style your fanny pack when a year back, you were that horrible person who wrinkled your nose at anyone who carried them?
It’s one of the so-called fashion atrocities of the 90s but the recent evolution of the fanny packs have taken the belt bag accessory trend out of its awkward phase and straight into the wardrobe of highly experimental millenials.
I know you’ve been thinking it lately: So, how does one wear a fanny pack with tons of confidence and exude some majorly serious style like it’s always been the fanny packs you love best?
You can thank the fashion-forward fanny-pack-carrying ladies below for showing how it can be done with a variety of looks. Whether your belt bags are structured, slouchy, minimalist, bold or furry, take them out and wear them proud!
Cotton Candy Fanny Pack
♥ | Kirsten Vogel
Wear with a crop tank top, Clueless style plaid skirt and lace-up platforms.
Light Denim Fanny Pack
♥ | Morgan Marie
Wear with a striped crop top, checkered skater skirt, beanie and cat-eye sunglasses. A dark lip color to finish.
Vintage Fanny Pack
♥ | Damy Ben
Wear with a sweater, knee-slashed jeans and buckled trainers. Let it hang lower than your waist for a completely laid-back vibe.
Mini Black Fanny Pack
♥ | Liz Benichou
Wear with a floral contrast collar shirt, patterned culottes and silver oxfords.
Pink Furry Fanny Pack
♥ | Aii-ness
Wear with a cat hoodie, cat print leggings and lace-up booties. Top off with a snapback.
Money Print Slouchy Fanny Pack
♥ | Gabriela Grebska
Wear with pastel pink shirt, jeans and sneakers.
Holographic Fanny Pack
♥ | Paris Holland
Wear with a pink velvet cropped halter and baby blue skater skirt. Creeper shoes and green hair to finish.
Boxy Fanny Pack
♥ | Lotta-Liina Love
Wear it with a monochromatic casual chic ensemble.
Sleek Black Structured Fanny Pack
♥ | Annemiek
Contrast it against an all sporty white attire.
Which of the look here succeeds in showing your favorite way of styling a fanny pack? Is there a fanny pack style you’d be more inclined to wear? Share everything below – I so want to know!
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