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Why we love the Chloe Faye Bag and how you can get the look for less

The bag of the moment has to be the Chloe Faye.

As you may have noticed, every blogger, celeb and fashion-it-girl is carrying around the same bag - the Chloe Faye. Striking, minimal and oh so quintessentially Chloe, there's no real surprise that this bag has been such a hit on the fashion scene.

This classic over the shoulder style incorporates the ring detail we've seen cropping up across Chloe designs here and there. Understated but hinting at designer origins, this is basically the perfect bag for all occasions.

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Chloe faye bag

As with most classic Chloe styles, the Faye bag comes in loads of colours, patterned leathers and even prints. Plus, it comes in different sizes - the signature large, the small satchel and the clutch. There are just so many reasons to lust over this bag!

Since this style is having a total fashion moment, we decided to collect a few high-street alternative to the Chloe Faye. All the style but without the price tag, check out our favourite bags inspired by this classic style.

Cooper Street Phoebe

cooper st

Seed Heritage Mini Ring Bag
seed heritage in black

Missguided thread through clutch bag tan

missguided bag

Seed Heritage Ring Detail Bag

seed heritage maroon

Sportsgirl Soho Foldover Ring Sling Bag

sportsgirl mustard

Tony Bianco Onassis
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Chloe Faye Blogger Style

We're so obsessed with the Chloe Faye that we look for it on Instagram all the time. It's one of the best hashtags to search if you're in need of style inspiration. Here are our favourite ways these bloggers have styled the Chloe Faye bag.

Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is a journalist at with a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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