Most Wanted: Skinnydip London Pink Holographic Shell Bag


So you can be a mermaid IRL

It’s no secret that mermaids have been popping up virtually everywhere lately. Now’s your chance to rock the trend, without wearing one of those impossible to move around in yet Instagram-worthy tails.

Skinnydip London, known for all things bold, glittery, and statement-making, has taken one of the iconic mermaid symbols and created an awesome holographic purse. 

The bag features a removable chain, so you can choose cross-body bag or clutch, depending on your mood. It’s also the perfect size—big enough for all of your essentials (phone, keys, wallet, lipstick) and small enough so that its light and easy to carry for a day spent exploring. 

Whether you pair it with cool ocean-toned colors, or let it shine on its own with an all-black outfit, this bag will give your outfit a little bit of fantasy and a ton of personality. 

Long live mermaids—and all of the cute accessories that are created because of them.

Skinnydip London Pink Holo Shell Bag, $50, available at Skinnydip London.

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