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5 Bags That Are Cool Enough to Go From School to the Studio

Back to school is just around the corner, and that means back to your regular dance routine, too. Whether you're looking for a new bag that's strictly for the studio or an option that will work for whatever the day throws your way, we've got you covered. Scroll through for our top five picks.

Gaynor Minden Studio Bag

via Gaynor Minden

This versatile bag can be carried by the handles at the top or worn as a backpack thanks to its additional set of adjustable straps. With 12 pockets throughout, there are spots for all of your shoes, warm-ups and snacks. Plus, it's water-resistant so you don't have to worry about spills or rainy weather.
dancer.com, $59.99

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