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The best work bags for women make carrying all your essentials a joy—not a job. Like our top pick overall (Cuyana’s System Tote) they have an interior that’s well organized and roomy enough to hold daily items, comfortable straps that stay put on the go and a stylish aesthetic that’s polished but not stuffy. After evaluating more than a dozen options, I found four highly-functional winners, including the Bellroy Tokyo Tote Second Edition as the best value pick, and Dagne Dover’s Signature Tote for those who want a laptop work bag. What made these bags so great? Read on for the details.

In order to fairly evaluate the bags, I spent 2 weeks rigorously testing various options: I slung them over my shoulder and ran down a full city block to see if the straps remained in place; I sprayed the exteriors with water to check if the moisture evaporated quickly; I packed them to the brim to assess the weight and capacity. Based on this data and more, here are all the winners from my in-depth testing, along with additional bags tested by other stylish experts we spoke to further down below.

Editor’s Picks

Other Top Bags To Consider

Bandolier Tote Bag| Cuyana Leather Backpack| Quince Shopper Tote | J.Crew Berkeley Bucket Bag| Clare V. Simple Tote| Saint Laurent Sac De Jour


Dimensions: 10 x 13.25 x 5 inches | Material: Leather | Colors: Black, Caramel, Cappuccino, Dark Olive and Stone | Compartments: Main compartment with interior pocket | Closure: Snap buttons and leather lacing | Straps: Two top handles | Warranty: 2 years

Best for

  • Women who want a customizable bag for organizing items   
  • Those who appreciate high-quality leather that’s sturdy and easy to clean
  • A refined and sophisticated look

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The Cuyana System Tote successfully combines elegant aesthetics with practical, customizable organization in a leather bag that is made to last. It’s the San Francisco–based brand’s bestseller, a favorite of many users and the best work bag I tested overall.

When I began evaluating the market, I thought I would prefer a very structured work bag. But turns out, I’m not consistent with pocket organization, and I actually prefer to reach for items in the main cavity rather than checking little compartments. Still, when I traveled or carried items that required more sorting—such as a passport, phone or lipstick that I didn’t want floating around loose—I found I needed a bag that offered a bit of structure, without having to micromanage where I put everything. The System excelled with its flexible design, which you can customize with options like a laptop sleeve or tote insert for the right storage level for you. (It can also be monogrammed for an additional $15).

I tested the System in its most basic form, without any add-ons. All my items (from my wallet to water bottle to makeup pouch) fit easily inside the main cavity, which also has an inside pocket you can remove—I liked how I could pull up the pocket to get items in and out easily. The sturdy, flat bottom allows the bag to stand upright on the floor, which was convenient when I was working at a café or traveling. The System doesn’t have any zippers but stays securely shut with the leather lace and snap closures. Generally, it was comfortable to carry it on my shoulder, although one of the handles tended to slide down when I walked for a few blocks. Since the straps aren’t adjustable, the solution was to grip the straps, which wasn’t uncomfortable but limited my ability to be completely hands-free.

Looks-wise, the System is fashionable, thanks to its sloped handles, pebbled leather and sleek silhouette. The leather also adds resilience, making it easy to maintain. I did notice some marks on the inside of the bag, which didn’t alter its functionality but were a disappointing detail considering the price tag––although, thanks to the 2-year guarantee for manufacturing defects, customers encountering this problem can replace the bag. All in all, the System still felt like the smartest choice for an all-purpose work bag.

Dimensions: 18.5 x 14.2 x 5.1 inches | Material: Recycled nylon, recycled polyester, recycled PET bottles, leather | Colors: Bronze, Melbourne Black, Navy, Ranger Green and Saltbush | Compartments: Main compartment with interior laptop sleeve, two slip pockets, two fold-away compartments and an exterior zippered pocket | Closure: Zipper | Straps: Two shoulder straps | Warranty: 3 years

Best for

  • Women who want a structured bag with well-designed compartments
  • Commuters who need a secure way to store a laptop and other work items
  • Those who want an affordable price

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  • You prefer a high-end bag you can carry at night or in formal situations

Because Bellroy is an accessory brand that specializes in technical bags, it’s no surprise that the Tokyo was one of the best I tested in terms of compartment design, strap padding and construction. At the same time, I’d say it was the most utilitarian and least fashion-forward of the lot, which is the main drawback, although opting for a different color might improve that aspect (I tested it in Saltbush, a pale tan). The Tokyo is also quite roomy, which is great if you need lots of space; otherwise, the compact 12-liter version might be your best bet.

To test its capacity, I threw in all my essentials (remember, that includes a 13-inch laptop, notebook, snack box, light sweater, laptop charger…), and I had room to spare. The interior is structured with five different pockets inside a zippered main compartment, but since it’s made of a flexible woven fabric, it’s not stiff, so you can create your own order within this bag. A bonus for digital nomads: The Tokyo comes with a built-in laptop sleeve with extra padding to protect devices from impact. I also liked the two expandable compartments on the sides that fit my water bottle and could store an umbrella or pair of shoes. On the exterior, a discreet pocket runs the length of the bag and is so well disguised that I didn’t even notice it was there at first (which is a good thing for extra security).

When I sprinted down my block, tidied up my apartment and walked with the Tokyo to gauge how well the straps stay put, I was impressed that the bag didn’t jostle and remained comfortably on my shoulder. I credit this to the length of the straps, which are slightly longer than the Cuyana System’s and help anchor the Tokyo in position. While I liked the lightweight feel of this bag, the recycled fabric gave it a more casual vibe than the Cuyana System’s rich leather. I felt best wearing it with laid-back outfits, when working from a café or running errands. The material was also prone to stains; I picked up some marks—likely a consequence of grabbing a bite on the go or resting the bag on dirty surfaces—that I couldn’t remove with my all-purpose cleaner. However, I tested it in the lightest color (Saltbush), which is, therefore, the most difficult to keep pristine. If you’re considering the Tokyo, I’d recommend one of the darker colors—it comes in a lovely Navy and Melbourne Black—which should be easy to maintain and require less upkeep.

Dimensions: 15.5 x 14.8 x 3.5 inches | Material: Full-grain leather | Colors: Black Onyx, Bordeaux, Navy Blue and Cognac | Compartments: Main compartment with two additional inside compartments and a zippered pocket | Closure: No | Straps: Two shoulder straps | Warranty: 1 year

Best for

  • Those who want a well-constructed leather tote bag that won’t weigh them down
  • Women who need just a few interior compartments for their basics 
  • Commuters and travelers who prioritize sturdy seams, pockets and straps

Skip if

  • You need a lot of interior compartments or a specific laptop sleeve

Totes are one of the most effective designs when it comes to bags, according to design consultant and Parsons lecturer Ulrich Grimm, since they are simple, resilient bags with ample capacity for holding multiple items. Consisting of a main cavity with two handles, usually without a top closure or gusset, they’re often made from cotton and canvas and exist in every shape (from the grocery bag you get at the local farmers market to the merchandise of any trendy brand). A tote’s functionality can also extend to workspaces when made from more refined materials. This is precisely why I deemed the Leatherology Uptown Vertical Tote to be the best work bag for those who want a streamlined, minimalist option crafted from gorgeous leather at a great price.

The Uptown is made from full-grain leather and is very soft to the touch, and although I officially tested it for only 2 weeks, it showed all signs of aging beautifully. The stitching of the seams is excellent, and it still looked as good as new after putting it through its paces. I spritzed the surface with water to mimic different weather conditions, and the droplets quickly beaded without leaving behind stains. Even some light food and makeup stains were easily removed with my all-purpose cleaner (a bonus for people with messy tendencies, like me). The leather, combined with the inner nickel hardware, also made my casual jeans-and-sneakers outfits look more elevated, which was a plus when I headed to work in Converses but wanted to look a bit more put-together.

In terms of storage capacity, the Uptown is not as roomy as the Cuyana System or the Bellroy Tokyo Tote but still had enough space to fit my array of testing items. In addition to a small zippered pocket inside, there are also two bigger compartments. Personally, I found them too slim and deep to be truly useful, since I had to reach too far down to pull out the lipstick or pack of gum I had stashed there. I also found it easier to leave items like my keys, phone or wallet loose inside. I just patted the soft, supple leather exterior of the bag to locate them, which was especially handy when I was at the head of lengthy supermarket lines.

A drawback that some users have criticized is the Uptown’s lack of closure, so naturally, all items inside (except for those kept in the zippered pocket) come out of the bag if it’s flipped over. Still, I found that since it’s a tall, vertical bag and the straps don’t hang too low, it was secure when I was walking or running, and nothing tumbled out or felt at risk of being stolen on a crowded subway. It’s a soft-bottomed bag, which means it didn’t really stay upright when placed on the office’s floor or other surfaces, but for that same reason, the Uptown is also lightweight and comfortable to carry. And for less than $200, you can’t beat the quality and overall construction of this leather tote.

Dimensions: 11 x 13.8 x 4.5 inches | Material: Vegan leather and coated canvas | Colors: Onyx, Bleecker Blush and Graphite | Compartments: Main compartment with padded laptop and tablet compartments; zippered pocket; two slip pockets; phone, pens and card compartments; bottle compartment; and detachable key leash | Closure: Zipper | Straps: Two handles | Warranty: 1 year

Best for

  • Women who need to carry many items, including a laptop 
  • Those who prefer organizing items in multiple compartments
  • Anyone who appreciates a safe, secure bag with a refined look

Skip if

  • You don’t carry a laptop or prefer a lightweight bag for everyday work

First things first: Out of all the bags I tested, the Dagne Dover Signature Tote is the one that would, seemingly, fit my work lifestyle the least: I don’t usually go to formal meetings, and I don’t always carry items, like my computer, that require special protection. But that’s precisely what makes the Signature an excellent companion for those who need something closer to a briefcase or laptop bag than a traditional work shoulder bag.

The Signature is by far the most secure bag I tested: It has a zippered top closure and rigid bottom with studded feet, so it stayed upright. The 13 x 8 x 0.8 inch laptop pocket is fully padded, and the bag’s coated canvas adds an additional layer of protection against impacts, something I appreciated when I accidentally knocked over the bag a few times. And even if you happen to leave it unzipped, the Signature has a magnetic strap that secures both padded compartments for an extra measure of security on the go.

While my laptop fit neatly in the pocket, I had to be strategic about where I placed the rest of my items, such as my wallet, glasses case, earphones and keys. This bag has 11 pockets within the main compartment, which really organized people will love, but it required me to make decisions in the morning about where to place what, so I could find items later. It was also one of the heaviest bags I tested, at 2.6 pounds when empty (the Cuyana System Tote weighed 1.9 pounds, and the Bellroy Tokyo Tote weighed 1.4 pounds). The rigidity of its design adds heft, as do all those compartments and the gleaming gold-toned hardware. On a long day of walking around Barcelona, the bag was heavy on my shoulder—I ended up placing my arm on it like a top-handle bag, which was surprisingly more comfortable.

At $255, the Signature is on the pricier end. But the structured coated-canvas body is durable and easy to clean and proved to be perfectly waterproof during my spritzing tests. The zippers glide open and close on the go, which I appreciated when I needed to quickly access my phone. The shape is reminiscent of classic case bags, and the color I tested (Bleecker Blush, which is actually a light shade of gray), also fit in well with most of my office outfits. It even looked great in relaxed, social situations, too. When I wore this bag to brunch, one of my friends commented on how refined it looked.

Other Top Work Bags To Consider

For more recommendations, we spoke to stylish experts and asked them what work bags they swear by and have personally tested over the years. Here are their highly-rated picks.

Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 6 inches; interior laptop sleeve: 15 x 9.75 x 0.75 inches | Material: Pebbled leather | Colors: 3 | Compartments: Interior zip pocket; two slip pockets; open-top hard-case sunglasses pocket; interior laptop sleeve | Closure: Snap button closure on laptop sleeve | Straps: Two reinforced shoulder straps

Best for

  • Versatility: You can customize this bag with extra storage options
  • Women who like to organize things in separate compartments

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  • You don’t need to carry a laptop around with you

“My go-with-everything Bandolier tote bag is a total workhorse,” says fashion writer Corrie Jackson. “The pebble leather feels super-luxe but, thanks to the durable texture, it doesn’t scratch.” Bandolier launched in 2013, and became known for its iconic crossbody phone-wallet case (Blake Lively and Cindy Crawford are fans). Now, they have turned their talent for combining form and function into work bags. This tote features lots of interior power, such a snap-button laptop sleeve—designed for a 15 inch laptop—and a protective sunglasses pocket. Bandolier understands that every customer is different, which is why they offer a variety of add-on accessories, like coin purses and pouches. “One of my biggest bugbears is when you lose your keys or wallet in a giant tote,” says Jackson. “That’s not a problem with this bag. My wallet, keys and phone are safely stored in the zipper pockets, and the laptop sleeve is a game-changer.”

Dimensions: 13.3 x 9.6 x 7.2 inches | Material: Italian leather | Colors: 3 | Compartments: Interior laptop sleeve; two interior pockets; two exterior slip pockets | Closure: Clasp closure and flap magnetic closure | Straps: Adjustable back straps and top handle

Best for

  • Commuters with lots to carry. The weight distribution across two shoulders means extra comfort
  • Women who value a super-secure bag

Skip if

  • You want a traditional tote-style bag

Cuyana has long been the go-to brand for stylish, leather accessories. This cult-favorite backpack is designed for women on the move. “It’s my absolute favorite work bag,” says Erin Jenson, founder of children’s apparel store, Timo & Violet. “It’s timeless, chic and great for travel. I never lose anything when I’m using this bag.” Cuyana deploys a wealth of design tricks that come in handy. The large interior is well thought-out with two large patch pockets at the front that offer quick access for your phone and other essentials. The multiple interior pockets range from small zipper pockets—ideal for wallet and keys—to a large laptop sleeve. Wider-than-average, fully-adjustable straps mean extra comfort, even when your carry load is large. The other customizable aspect that Jensen likes: “the adjustable side snaps so I can alter the backpack’s size, depending on what I need to take with me that day.”

Dimensions: 15 x 12.5 x 4.5 inches | Material: Italian suede exterior, lined in chambray | Colors: 1 | Compartments: Interior pocket | Closure: Magnetic closure | Straps: Top handle and shoulder strap

Best for

  • Women who want to break free of the corporate look
  • Those who don’t need multiple interior compartments

Skip if

  • You’re disorganized and need lots of pockets to keep items in check

Clare V. knows a thing or two about handbag design. Her brand effortlessly pairs laidback California style with Parisian polish, which has won her legions of fans around the world. The Simple Tote is a stylish combination of form and function. “This bag’s superpower is the space inside,” says Fran Hauser, bestselling author, keynote speaker and women’s advocate. “It’s so roomy! It fits my laptop, phone, a book, water bottle, snacks, keys, wallet, hand sanitizer and lip gloss—with space to spare.” The tote’s ultra-luxe Italian suede, featuring the brand’s signature vinyl stripes, along with a pretty chambray lining put this on the fun end of the workbag spectrum. Its non-workbag vibe is its selling point, agrees Hauser. “It’s gorgeous, and makes me feel ‘put together,’ even on those days when I’m kind of a mess!”

Dimensions: 12 x 14.5 x 5.5 inches | Material: Italian leather | Colors: 6 | Compartments: interior center pocket divider; three interior slip pockets | Closure: Zipper closure on interior pocket divider | Straps: shoulder straps with a 10-inch drop

Best for

  • Women who need a great all-rounder that won’t break the bank

Skip if

  • You carry heavy loads; the straps aren’t the widest on the market 

The Quince tote might just be the everyday work bag you’ve been looking for. “As a personal stylist and professional organizer, I need something that’s beautiful, but also highly-functional,” says Ella Barnette. “And I haven’t found anything better than this bag. I stash my laptop in the center zipper divider, and the rest of my daily must-haves in the many interior pockets.” Quince included a host of other clever features, like the durable, easy-to-clean lining—perfect for drinks spills and pen leaks —and protective, metal feet, which means the bag stays upright and the bottom doesn’t get scuffed. “I love that it comes in six beautiful shades, and is affordable enough to grab a couple of different colors. I’ve done my research, and this tote is the perfect blend of price, quality and style.” It’s no wonder this bag has over 300 five-star reviews.

Dimensions: 12.5 x 13.25 x 5.8 inches | Material: Italian leather | Colors: 5 |Compartments: None | Closure: Tie closure | Straps: Shoulder strap with a 9-inch drop

Best for

  • Women who want a stylish alternative to the rectangular tote

Skip if

  • Interior pockets and compartments are a must-have

“Don’t judge a bag by its cover,” says stylist Lindsay Weiss of Coco In Cashmere. “This bag is an optical illusion. It might be bucket-shaped but it can fit my 13-inch laptop easily. And I love the modern silhouette; it’s unlike most work bags on the market.” J.Crew’s bestselling Berkeley bag is tall enough to fit whatever you need, and delivers on the style front, too. It comes in a variety of colors and textures, from snake-embossed Italian leather to Spanish marled canvas, and can be monogrammed as well. Celebrated for both its quality and functionality, this bag holds its shape and is super-durable. “I love how lightweight the bag is,” says Weiss. “The two leather ties mean you can keep some semblance of order inside. My favorite is the rich, port color. But I’d switch it up to the saddle-brown leather and canvas combination in the summer.”

Saint Laurent Sac De Jour Small Top-Handle Bag

Dimensions: 12.5 x 10 x 6 inches | Material: Italian leather | Colors: 2 | Compartments: 2 compartments separated by an interior pocket | Closure: Zipper closure on interior pocket

Straps: 2 handles and a detachable shoulder strap

Best for

Women who are willing (and able) to invest

Those who prefer a structured bag

Skip if

You’re on a budget

Saint Laurent’s Sac du Jour tote is a worthy investment for a work bag that will last. Crafted from leather on the outside and inside, this bag means business. Two giant compartments are separated by a zipped pocket, which is perfect for stashing your phone and keys. “For me, this tote is the perfect size,” says interior designer Virginia Tupker. “It’s large enough to fit my laptop, but not so enormous that I can never find anything in it.” Saint Laurent designed this bag with versatility in mind. Its signature accordion sides expand depending on how much you need to carry on any given day. Design details such as the snap tabs, brass padlock and metal feet add elegance and durability. “The leather is glorious,” adds Tupker. “And the little lock on the front is just so chic. It can easily take you from lunch to a meeting, and then onto dinner.”

How To Pick The Best Work Bag

After talking with a variety of experts and evaluating many options on the market, I learned that certain features matter most when selecting the best work bags for women.


When considering which bag size is right for your needs, think practically. Virginia Rolle, a fashion consultant and the Milan-based founder of the Big Bag Club, has felt the frustration of splurging on bags that were not appropriately sized for the realities of her job. “I travel a lot for work, for example, and having a bag that can hold everything in my universe is essential,” she says. Know which key items you need daily, and choose your bag based on that. Don’t go overboard, though, since you also don’t want a bag with too much space that will go unused: Not only is it likely to feel bulky and cumbersome when mostly empty, but it’ll also be unnecessarily heavy and potentially a cause of back pain down the line.


Materials for work bags are first and foremost a question of necessity. They need to be resistant, waterproof and ideally stay clean with minimal upkeep. In that sense, “Leather or vegan leather is the most commonly used material for work bags,” says Leonie Sterenborg, a former curator of the Museum of Bags and Purses in Amsterdam. Nylon and canvas are also good alternatives, that hold up well with proper care. Whatever the material, Rolle emphasizes the importance of durability: “The quality of the fabric is immediately recognizable to the touch,” she says. Whether you’re choosing between leather, vegan leather or canvas, she advises spending a bit more to get a bag that will last, because it’s an accessory you will interact with daily.


Bags come in all shapes, so prioritize what will be most comfortable for your commute or regular routine. Apart from a backpack, which experts like for evenly distributing weight (though I didn’t test any for this piece specifically), handheld and shoulder bags tend to be the best options for long days on the go. Ulrich Grimm, a design consultant and lecturer of accessory design at Parsons School of Design in New York City, advises against crossbody bags if you need to carry more than a few items, since this style naturally sticks out from the body and will feel bulky if packed with too many items. In that case, a simple tote bag, handheld or shoulder design is a more comfortable bet.


How structured or unstructured you prefer the inside of your bag to be depends on your work habits and behavior. Do you carry many different items with you? Do you need extra protection for devices? Are you disciplined enough to keep belongings in separate compartments (and remember where you put them)? Look for features that match your needs accordingly. “I’m a lover of clutches, internal pockets and extra shoulder straps,” says Rolle, and for that reason, she always leans toward buying bags with customizable storage. Grimm, on the other hand, is a proponent of simplicity: “I would look for something that’s not over-compartmentalized, perhaps with one or two pockets inside or outside,” he says. If you need more places to stash items, put them in a small pouch you can transfer in and out of your larger work bag, he advises.

How I Tested The Best Work Bags For Women

I read hundreds of bag reviews and researched factors such as size and capacity, materials, colors and price. I also considered technical features like storage, laptop protection and the ability to stay securely closed while remaining easily accessible. In order to make a fair comparison, I focused on similarly sized bags—between 11 and 18.5 inches in width, 10 and 15.5 inches in height and 3.5 and 5.5 inches in depth, which I determined is large enough to hold most items needed for work without feeling cumbersome.

I narrowed my list of contenders to test to seven bags, which I carried on a daily basis for 2 weeks, evaluating each on the following criteria:

Capacity: Using a standardized range of products (13-inch laptop, 6 x 9 inch notebook, iPhone 11, wallet, keys, pen, 16.9-ounce steel water bottle, snack box, light sweater, laptop charger, earphone case, glasses case and makeup pouch), I tested the fit and organization of the items within the bag, as well as its sturdiness when full.

Comfort And Security: To assess whether the straps would stay put while performing different activities on the go, such as bending down, reaching up high and turning side to side, I tidied up and cleaned my apartment while wearing the bag on my shoulder, since this involved many different quick movements. I also closed the bag and turned it upside down to test whether items would spill out or remain inside. Additionally, to mimic the real-life scenario of having to rush to catch a train, bus or plane, I ran a full city block in my neighborhood of Barcelona with the bag to see if it slipped off my shoulder or any of the contents fell out.

Resilience And Waterproofness: Since it’s necessary for a daily work bag to be able to withstand the elements (like rain, snow, sleet), I sprayed the bags with water, to check for waterproofness and how quickly the moisture beaded on the surface.

Maintenance: I judged the cleanliness of the bag after 2 weeks of use and tested how easy it was to clean each at home using an all-purpose cleaning product sprayed on a paper towel.

Aesthetics: I paired the bags with outfits ranging from formal to casual, assessing the ability to wear them in different scenarios.

My Expertise

I’m a Barcelona-based fashion and design editor and writer. I’ve worked at many publications and publishing houses over the past 10 years; most recently I served as a book editor at Gestalten in Berlin. My life includes a lot of commuting, working in cafés and frequently traveling for meetings (as well as pleasure), which means I spend much time on the move, hauling my laptop, keys, wallet, books, snacks and water, as well as the occasional change of shoes or outfit. Having a durable, stylish work bag is essential for me, and I’ve experimented with many over the years.

For this piece, I interviewed three experts who specialize in accessories and bag design specifically: Ulrich Grimm, a design consultant and lecturer of accessory design at Parsons School of Design in New York City and former executive vice president for global design at Calvin Klein; Virginia Rolle, the Milan-based founder of the popular Big Bag Club and a fashion consultant for clients like Alexander McQueen, Tory Burch and Valentino; and Leonie Sterenborg, a former curator of the Museum of Bags and Purses in Amsterdam.

How To Organize Your Work Bag

While there are many upsides to a large work bag, if it’s not well-organized, all that space can be too much of a good thing. “Don’t waste time and energy rooting around for your keys or phone,” says fashion writer Corrie Jackson. “My work bag contains a few genius products to ensure everything has a place. It makes for a more seamless commute.” The experts we spoke to agree that a weekly clear-out is one way to stay on top of the clutter. “I try to do it on a Sunday evening, right after I’ve run through my work schedule,” adds Jackson. “That way, I know I’m all set for the week.” From do-it-all pouches to tech cord wraps, these expert-recommended, strategic accessories will tame your work bag chaos.

You’ll wonder how you ever lived without this handbag hero. The small-but-mighty organizer comes in three different sizes, all of which fit in most standard size work bags. There are various elastic strap slots to organize everything from phones, chargers, pens and more. And its portability makes it super easy to switch between bags.

Keep your work ID, transit pass (and sanity) in check. This commuter’s best-kept secret comes in the form of a waxed-leather card case wallet by Madewell. It features four card slots, a large slip pocket and a zipped top to secure keys, coins, lip balm, you name it. Best of all, it comes in four stylish shades. Our favorite is the Himalayan Orange since it’s easy to spot in the bottom of a bag.

This elegant expanding file will keep your letter-size work documents pristine. It’s made of soft-cloth fabric, which is lightweight but sturdy. Available in black, grey or navy, the envelope snap closure keeps paperwork secure while the expanding sides mean it holds more than meets the eye.

Corral your essentials into this set of easy-to-clean pouches. Available in many colors from classic black to hot pink, these pouches are designed to be tossed into any tote. The largest size accommodates a tablet while the smallest is great for makeup. Crafted from sturdy ripstop, these pouches are lightweight and chic.

Level up your work bag organization with a cord wrap. You can can stash this set of three in a pouch or pocket, and be rid of tangled cords. Crafted from vegan leather, in three colors (white, black and grey), this hardworking accessory works wonders on chargers and earphone cords.

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