Trendy school backpacks

20 Insanely Cute School Backpacks For Any/Every/All Styles

Not to be too dramatic but, seriously, shout out to whoever invented the backpack.

Like, not only can I fit all manner of books, stationery, food, personal items and miscellaneous stuff into it, but it can also look cute and I don’t have to use my hands at all? King shit.

No matter if you’re using for school, uni or work (or life!!! You know which life situations would be better if you could carry all your stuff around without using your hands with added back support? All of them), a good backpack is the answer.

And thanks to the fact that I’m not the only person who has discovered that backpacks do, in fact, slap, there are an abundance of choices out there. From on-trend prints to neo-classic, ’90s nostalgia to sporty logos, there is a backpack out there to fulfil all your ultra-specific style requirements, we promise.

And I even did most of the hard work for you and found the best of the best. The crème de la crème. The pick of the litter. The Paris of backpacks.

Below, 20 v, v, v cute school bags to shop now.

SUPER SIMPLE

Backpack, $20.99 at Cotton On.

Backpack by Fjallraven, $144.95 at The Iconic.

Backpack, $29.95 by Sportsgirl.

Backpack, $34.99 by Cotton On.

Backpack by Opening Ceremony, $180 at Ssense.

SPORT SZN

Backpack by Champion, $84.95 at The Iconic.

Backpack by Nike, $44.99 at Rebel Sports.

Backpack by Adidas, $59.99 at Rebel Sports.

Backpack by Vans, $69.99 at City Beach.

Backpack by Nike, $50 at The Iconic.

TRENDING TOPIC

Backpack by Ganni, $240 at Farfetch.

Backpack by Mi-Pac, $36 at The Iconic.

Backpack by Tommy Hilfiger, $189 at David Jones.

Backpack, $59.99 by D.Franklin.

Backpack by Gucci x Disney, $3,185 at Farfetch.

NU CLASSIC

Backpack by Typo, $54.99 at Cotton On.

Backpack, $299 by The Horse.

Backpack by Urban Originals, $89.95 at David Jones.

Backpack by Sans Beast, $399 at The Iconic.

Backpack, $309.95 by The Daily Edited.

Mahalia is a journalist and editor/founder/number one fan of Syrup. She cut her teeth in fashion magazines before she was forced to move into youth publications because she says 'yeet' unironically. Maximalist ring enthusiast and dedicated nap hobbyist.

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