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Today, Dagne Dover, the accessories brand known for solving the black-hole bag problem with its practical, hyper-organized carryalls, is launching a unisex collection of travel bags designed to make your life just a little bit easier.
Called Dagne 365, the collection spans eleven pieces, all priced in the very reasonable range of $15–$185. While the smaller accessories are worth considering, like the stretch keychain and various pouches, it’s the versatile backpack and the medium and large carryalls that are the heroes of the capsule; both would make the perfect gym bag, weekender, or carry-on.
Available in onyx (black), storm (navy), dark moss (army green), prism (cream), and a dusty pink named quartz that will follow in March, the pieces feel stylish without being too loud or showy; zippers, patches, and the body of the bags are all an exact color match, which gives a really clean, monochromatic look. A big plus here is that everything is made of neoprene, which means bags are lightweight but still keep their structure regardless of what’s inside.
Whether it’s the carryall (which resembles a duffel until you unsnap the sides for a tote-like shape) or the backpack, inside, you’ll find a designated pouch for laptops, tons of pockets, and even a zip for your headphones. TL;DR; Dagne Dover covered every base for the person on the go. Shop the full collection here.