Feel Your Early-2000s Fantasy With Telfar's Hot Pink Azalea Shopping Bag

Be quick, because the small, medium, and large bags drop today.

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Stop the press: a new Telfar Azalea Shopping Bag is dropping in hot pink. As anyone involved in fashion of some capacity knows, securing a Telfar bag used to be almost impossible with many appearing on the resell market, before the Telfar Clemens-helmed label introduced its Bag Security Program in the summer of 2020.

So, for those that want to get their hands on the new colorway, here’s what you need to know. The Azalea Shopping Bag comes in small, medium, and large sizes, and regardless of the size the piece is described as “The iconic unisex Shopping Bag is an everyday bag for everyone.”

With this in mind, you can opt for the smallest version if you’re a fan of party bags and the after party, as the brand puts it, making an outfit pop with this must-have statement piece. Medium bags will fit a laptop and “your daily survival kit,” perfect for lugging around all the necessities every sheEO needs, while the large is perfect for packing for a long weekend or serving as the ideal carry-on piece.

All three are made from faux leather and feature a twill lining, a double strap set-up (handles and cross-body straps), the iconic embossed Telfar logo, and magnetic snap closure, with the medium and large sizes providing a more usable main compartment and an internal zipper pocket.

The three Azalea Shopping Bags are set to drop exclusively on Telfar’s website today at 10 a.m. EDT, costing $150 USD for the small, $202 USD for the medium, and $257 USD for the large. Take a closer look at the bags above.

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