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Kipling Bags & Handbags for Women

Kipling Womens Handbags

If you believe that personal style is more important than simply following fashion, then Kipling womens handbags are no doubt your accessory of choice.

Kipling bags come in a variety of styles and materials. They are hardwearing and look good, as well as having a personality of their own. This is illustrated in their fun designs and monkey key chain, which features on every Kipling handbag.

Backpacks and laptop bags

Kipling womens backpacks have adjustable straps, zip pockets and plenty of space inside for all your stuff. They come in leather, polyester/nylon mix and their trademark crinkled nylon. Like all their bags, Kipling backpacks often feature unusual colours or vibrant printed patterns.

Their working backpacks are slightly larger and also double as laptop bags . Other types of laptop bags include shoulder or cross-body bags, which have removable shoulder straps, and small cases on wheels with telescopic trolley handles.

Messenger and cross body bags

Kipling cross-body (or messenger) bags have slightly longer handles than shoulder bags. They are carried by a strap that sits diagonally across your body. The bag sits on the opposite hip/waist to the shoulder that the handle sits on.

Cross body bags come in a variety of styles and shapes, from compact ones with a couple of pockets to larger A4 sized shopper bags. Again a variety of colours, patterns and finishes are available.

Look inside

Kipling womens handbags are well designed, with plenty of interior space and lots of little features to make organising your bag a lot easier.

Clever touches include pen holders, zipped inside pockets and mobile phone pouches. Bags may also feature a secure key clasp.

The Kipling monkey

All Kipling bags come accessorised with the Kipling monkey, a key ring attached to the outside of the bag.

Each Kipling collection features a different monkey, from larger furry pom-poms to small metal ones. The monkeys are named after Kipling employees.