The 10 best belt and fanny packs of 2022

Belt bags, fanny packs, fanny pack. Whatever you call them, all we know is that they’re essential for any warm weather adventure.

Belt bags are just that, a pouch that is attached to an adjustable belt, usually with a clip closure that can easily be worn around your waist (above your fanny, so to speak) or draped over your chest, which is the new trend. how to wear them.

Speaking of trending, it seems like everyone is rocking retro belt bags these days. Kylie Jenner is said to have a collection worth over $50,000, according to a 2019 Page Six article, which we can only imagine has grown since then. Other stars have been photographed wearing fanny packs, including Beyoncé, Kristen Bell and Hailey Bieber, to name a few.

If you want to join their ranks and wear a belt bag, now is the perfect time, especially with summer travel approaching and beach days ahead. We’ve rounded up our favourites, classic and casual bum bags, those perfect for a fun festival and even designer options that will elevate any look.

lululemon

Chances are you’ve seen this belt bag everywhere. The lululemon bag is so popular that it even has its own dedicated review here, to make sure every Post reader has the chance to get their hands on it. This time around, the belt bag is available in six colors, including fun shades of peach and red as well as black and gray.


A brown Gucci belt bag
Farfetch

For a designer look, opt for Gucci. This belt bag can be found at Farfetch, for $800 on their site. The bag is a collaboration with fashion brand Supreme, which makes it even more valuable for the street cred it will bring.


A brown Coach belt bag
Coach

This belt bag is a classic, and gives a designer look for an affordable price. The Coach belt bag comes in the signature canvas pattern, with brown and rust colored fabric and trim and the classic “C” logo.


A brown belt bag with the MK logo
Macy’s

Why only have one pocket when you could have two? This Michale Kors zippered belt bag is ideal for travel or when you want to store a lot of things in a cute little bag. It comes in three colors, each with two zippers and the “MK” logo printed all over.


A black Kate Spade belt bag
Kate Spade

Nothing better than a little black bag to accompany your little black dress. Luckily Kate Spade has both. This belt bag is great to have on hand, as the black goes with everything and the dual pocket construction is ideal for storing all your items safely on the go.

Note: This bag is on pre-order and will ship by April 8th.


A brown belt bag from Patagonia
Patagonia

This option is perfect for adventurers or those who value both style and durability. Patagonia’s Belt Bag comes in a range of fun, easy-to-wear colors, each featuring two pockets and an adjustable clip closure to wear around the waist or chest while on the go.


A mint green belt bag
Madewell

For a fresh, minty take on a belt bag, check out this one from Madewell. Not only is the color perfect for spring and summer, but the material is better for the earth, made from recycled polyester from plastic. The bag also has two compartments and is also available in a peachy pink shade.


A yellow belt bag
Nordström

You don’t have to go to Sweden to get your hands on a Fjällräven fanny pack. This belt bag is sold at Nordstrom and comes in a rainbow of colors, six to be exact. They cost $50 each, making them an affordable option for any adventure, especially if it involves water, as they are also water resistant.


A black and white fanny pack
Herschel

Be trendy and practical with this bag from Herschel. The Hip Pack Belt Bag is a great way to stay organized, as it comes with two zippered pockets and an adjustable strap. It also comes in 22 different colors, so you can stock up and never get bored.


A yellow and blue banana bag
Los Angeles Clothing

Add some retro to your life with these neon bum bags from Los Angeles Apparel. Perfect for the beach or any day in the sun, these nylon bags are available in over 10 different colors, each with a zipper closure.


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