Once reserved for maternal figures vacationing at Disney World, fanny packs have swept the street style scene, embellishing the fits of your favorite celebs and influencers. While you can find the body packs in their traditional location—around the waist at the belt line—true rebels are playing with placement. We’ve rounded up some ingenious ways to experiment with the fanny pack trend. How are you wearing yours?
8 Ways to Wear Your Fanny Pack
To begin, the classic mom-on-vacation fanny pack position still holds a place in street style. In order to ace the look, make sure your baggage is sleek.
Style guy Joey Zauzig, a leading influencer on the men's circuit who has worked with Express, Old Spice and more, illustrates just how luxe a fanny pack can look when casually slung over a shoulder. His utilitarian black Prada is chic when paired with neutrals.
In The Hand
Spotted climbing out of a car and into a helicopter (as Justin Timberlake does), the perfect way to wear a waist pack is, in fact, to not wear one. Carried as a tote-pack hybrid, the accessory becomes mobile and effortless.
Motian Kari, known on the internet as The Metro Man, buckled his Fendi in the front, turning a fanny pack into a backpack. This is a particularly strong style if the clasp of your bag is eye-catching.
Two-Strapped Front Pack
On An Arm
Yes, this might be a female’s arm, but that doesn’t mean that your fanny pack can’t become an arm cuff. Think of it as upgrading the velcro contraption you stick on for running outside. Just like that, but more fashion.
Over A Jacket
Capitalize on two trends at once: Big jackets and waist belts. Cinch your look with a fanny pack. That’s right. Put it on top of literally everything else you’re wearing.
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