Spring/Summer 2022 - Can Only Mean Basket Bag Weather! – Henrietta Spencer


Spring/Summer 2022 - Can Only Mean Basket Bag Weather!

The days are getting lighter, and warmer weather is definitely coming our way. It can only mean one thing - it’s officially basket bag weather.

At this time of year, a handmade Henrietta Spencer basket bag is much more than a beautiful accessory to your personal style. It’s a practical way to keep all your accessories in one place when going for that long walk or even a trip to the beach. Alongside a summer dress and white plimsolls, a basket bag is the ideal functional, fashionable accessory for spring/summer 2022.

While the majority of our Henrietta Spencer basket bags are designed to be worn all-year-round, they really come into their own at this time of year. Whether it be on a beautiful summer break in the south of France or a long weekend staycation  in Devon. 

From totes to clutches, Henrietta Spencer basket bags offer the perfect practical solution to lightweight comfort on those warm summer days and anything in between that the British weather can throw at us.

So, to help you find that ideal basket bag to add to your spring/summer 2022 collection staples, here are the Henrietta Spencer styles we’d recommend to be particularly useful over the next few months.


The Chelsea

In a range of colours including walnut, orange, navy & pink that lend themselves to a warmer climate, The Chelsea is a versatile, Henrietta Spencer favourite spring/summer choice. With its leather straps, zip closer and unique woven design, The Chelsea will automatically elevate a simple summer dress into something effortlessly special - Shop Now: The Chelsea



The Ascot

For sun filled walks on holiday in Greece or staycations in Cornwall, go from beach to dining in one fell swoop. The Ascot comes in various colours including the orange pictured, with two detachable leather straps, one hand and one shoulder. Fully lined, with a metal pop closer, store all your essentials for perfect peace of mind. Show now: The Ascot 


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