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10 Crossbody Bags Under $150

Hands-free is the way to be.

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Like the slip-on sneaker of handbags, an uncomplicated crossbody bag doesn't require an annoying top handle to be held or a shoulder strap that keeps on slipping off: It's the perfect throw-on-and-go handbag. More accessible than a backpack and less logistically cumbersome than a belt bag, a crossbody provides the freedom and flexibility to keep it all moving, and quickly. The hands-free capability also frees up shoulder real estate for reusable grocery totes and keeps your fingers available to grab keys or text in a cinch. If you're not sold already, here is the ultimate roundup of the 10 best crossbody bags for under $150. Hoping these affordable and cheerful styles can add little pep in your step for the upcoming months, even if it’s just to take one for a spin at the grocery store.

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Geometric Canvas Crossbody Bag

Nothing says “I’m expensive” like a structured canvas bag with a cognac contrast trim. And though this one is a steal, don’t wear it with brand new dark denim (we’ve been burned by dye transfers before).

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Wayfarer Flap Crossbody Bag
dooney & bourke dooney.com

There’s something super preppy about this nylon meets leather look and we’re not mad at it. Add a pair of boat shoes and chino shorts to take the look all the way to Nantucket (even if that’s just a state of mind). 

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Reika Frame Crossbody Bag
matt & nat mattandnat.com

The frame detailing on this crossbody gives off the vibe of a structured ladylike satchel, but hands-free effect makes it so much more modern. 

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Jessa Straw Crossbody Bag
Urban Outfitters urbanoutfitters.com

This little slouchy straw bag will literally go with everything. But even if it didn’t, the price makes it a no-brainer.

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The Transport Camera Bag
Madewell madewell.com

Camera bags are not just for cameras. Shocker! But they can hold a wallet, sunglasses in a case, and a few options for lipstick. The woven strap is also really cute.

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Marley Melbourne Crossbody Bag
Brahmin brahmin.com

If you’re a “phone, keys, credit card” kinda gal, you’re definitely no stranger to a mini bag. But can we introduce you this one in creamy ivory? You two are definitely going to hit it off.

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Devon Leather Crossbody Bag
Lucky Brand dsw.com

There’s not much to this simple two-compartment handbag, but that’s how we like it. Digging around for keys or a wallet in a hurry? Forget it. Now there’s a designated spot for each. 

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Bali Petite Crossbody Bag
Anthropologie anthropologie.com

This little number has the structure of a classic wicker picnic basket bag but without the annoying top-handle carrying part.

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Rilo Lizard Embossed Leather Crossbody Bag
Vince Camuto nordstrom.com

The lizard is a rich texture that feels dressy enough for going out, but doesn’t scream “Hi, this is my clubbing bag” during the day.

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Fern Rio Leather Crossbody Bag
Hobo hobobags.com

The vintage shape of this bag is reminiscent of your mom’s “pocketbook” but classic enough to covet now and always, especially in a bold cherry red.

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