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Top bags to tote your campus wares

Student fashion inamorata Alice Tate picks her favourite bags to keep you looking fresh in your seminars

Alice Tate
Friday 08 February 2013 11:34

New year, new term, same student rituals. More so than ever with the arrival of a new semester and a new set of lectures comes the need for a fresh set of supplies.

Echoing the tendencies of childhood when the weekend before each new term brought a buying-frenzy of school jumpers, sharp pencils and shoe polish, here’s our top pick of school bags for him and for her for Semester 2.

From the practical to the stylish, to the eye-catching option, stash your books, stock your groceries and store your goods in style...

For her

Topshop Faux Croc Pony Backpack, £70, available at Topshop

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L'Epicier Two-Tone Leather Bag, £80, available at American Apparel

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Nasty Gal Eye Candy Tote, £24, available at Nasty Gal.

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Zara Leopard Print Shopper Bag, £49.99, available at Zara.

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Double Pocket Old School Satchel, £48, available at Urban Outfitters.

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For Him

Charcoal Washed Trim Rucksack, £28, available at Topman

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Japan Proxy 'Mini Muffin' Bag, £101, available at Farfetch

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Box Fresh Paragon Duffle Bag, £24, available at Boxfresh

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Herschel Survey Backpack, £55, available at Asos.

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The Cambridge Satchel Company 15" Satchel, £114, available at Asos. 

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Alice Tate is a student brand ambassador for i. She blogs about fashion here, and you can follow her on Twitter here.

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