Regular tote bags have their perks, but when it comes to being sturdy, spacious, and not to mention proudly Pinoy, bayongs are far superior. In fact, many local brands now make stylish versions of the caryall that you won't hesitate to add to your closet. Don't believe us? Check out the bags below!

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Bayongciaga Luxe in White

price available upon request, available online

This local brand's woven bags are a hit both locally and internationally, which won't be a surprise when you see their chic designs. Aside from the classic tote style, you'll also find backpacks, pouches, and more from their range.

Bayong Manila Carry All Tote Bayong with Lock in Rosegold & White

P528, available online

Bayong Manila offers just about every variation of a bayong tote that you can think of. They offer ones with locks, zippers, and cool colorways like rainbow and rose gold.

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Stella Bucket Bag

P750, available online

If you love the look of woven bags but need something more petite, you'll love Stella's spacious bucket bayongs. You can get the cutest bag charm with your purchase, too!

Aranaz Pintano Large Tote

P4200, available online

This sturdy caryall from local designer Aranaz is made of rattan and raffia. The beaded top handle and dyed body make it chic enough to carry both on the daily and to your next resort vacation.

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Chill By Nooks Giant Bayong

P3200, available online

In case you can't commit to a real bayong bag yet, you can give these fabric totes with fun printed handles a spin to dip your toes into the trend.

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