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Imagine this: It's 1 a.m., you've settled into bed and decide to take one last glance at your TikTok's For You Page before dozing off. Before you know it, it's already 3 a.m. and the list of viral trends you want to try—from food, tech, to beauty and fashion—has gotten a mile longer. You've most likely tried and failed at recreating dalgona coffee, given in to the temptation of ordering Charlotte Tilbury products from resellers, or have regularly stalked your nearest Uniqlo just to get your hands on that dumpling bag. Well, there's an update on that last one: another item from the Uniqlo Spring/Summer 2023 collection has been making waves on social media. Fashionistas, meet the U Bucket Bag.
SHOP: Uniqlo U Bucket Bag from the Spring/Summer 2023 Collection
The bag, which costs P1,490 is utilitarian in design, which means that it's as functionable as it is fashionable. The bag is spacious enough to fit all your essentials and more without being too big. It comes in three different hues: Dark Gray, an off-white Natural, and a cheerful mustard Yellow. Like most bags from the Japanese brand, this one's made from nylon and polyester making it very lightweight and easy to lug around for long days around the Metro.
You can easily pair it with a variety of fashion aesthetics as well. Heading into the office and need to look put together? Use the bucket bag in Yellow as a statement piece to showcase your fun personality. Going out with bae? The bag in Natural adds a very charming and demure quality to your entire 'fit. Meanwhile, the bucket bag's Dark Gray is a great work bag for guys that want to give their usual backpack a break.
Take a look at the different colors of the U Bucket Bag:
For more information, check out Uniqlo's website.
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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.