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Three new ways to style your fanny pack

By Anna Heaton, August 14, 2017

When you envision a fanny pack, we're willing to bet on one of three images creeping into your mind: you and your crew nailing that festival life, Zack and the rest of the Saved by the Bell gang, or your 'rents in Disneyland circa 1997. Either way, blogger and street style maven Lisa Hahnbueck has made it her mission (ish) to prove that fanny packs are not here to be typecast. Here's three ways to wear them that we guarantee you haven't tried before (unless you are, in fact, Lisa Hahnbueck). 
Blogger and street style star Lisa Hahnbueck wearing red bumbag and Louis Vuitton x Supreme boots with dress | ASOS Fashion and Beauty Feed

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Fancy pack

The queen of Scandi sleekness isn't going to let the casualness of a fanny pack stop her from doing her thing. Surprisingly, this combo works. It's worth mentioning that a khaki floor-length shift dress might not look as at home with your standard festival go-to bag, but the pared-back design of this red one tied in with the color of her boots is totally chic and wearable. Bravo babe.
Blogger and street style star Lisa Hahnbueck wearing red bumbag with blue crop top, red midi skirt and adidas adilette sliders | ASOS Fashion and Beauty Feed

Sporty spice

For this look, Lisa takes inspo from the fanny pack's '80s sport vibes and does it her own way. It looks at home on the matching red stretch midi skirt (top marks for color coordination) and the cropped polo nails it. She pairs it with adidas adilette sliders in green velvet to switch it up but stay cool and adds this season's best-loved accessory — yellow aviator sunnies. Vacay flow.
Blogger and street style star Lisa Hahnbueck wearing red bumbag and Louis Vuitton x Supreme boots with dress and denim jacket | ASOS Fashion and Beauty Feed

Prairie princess

Finally, LH goes for the ultimate style clash: the fanny pack with a cute and girlie look. This brunch-perfect prairie dress and denim jacket would be heaven but quite vanilla without the splash of mailbox red but add that in with the pointed '80s-inspired boots and the suede bag and it becomes interesting and still sweet as candy. Unexpected FTW.

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