Candy colors and pastels are fun and flirty on this color-blocked satchel  from ASOS. Shades of pink and blue are toned down by the tan top panel, allowing you to wear the cross-body bag with multiple outfits. We love how roomy the inside is—perfect for the girl on the go!
Try out the color-blocking trend in neutral black, tan, and grey on this Guess cross-body, or opt for their brighter pink or yellow versions. Buckle detailing on the straps adds sophistication to the multi-color bag .
Bright blue leather  makes a statement on this Kelsi Dagger cross-body bag. A tan strap and black sides even out the brightness and let you easily take the bag from work to play.
Rich details can make a color-blocked bag look like big bucks, even with this budget-friendly version. A croc-embossed envelope flap  on the front of the bag, and a hunter green suede panel on top do the trick on this Pour La Victoire style.
Metallic details—like the shining silver logo here—make this color-blocked bag nighttime appropriate. The cross-body style allows for a hands-free night of dancing.
Wear this color-blocked bag either as a cross-body purse or detach the strap and carry as a clutch . Forest green, bright red, and deep plum create a funky look. Zipper detailing along the flap and a twist-lock closure add polish.
Gunmetal gray and royal blue color-blocking make this cross-body bag extra versatile with daytime or evening looks. Likewise, switch up the style of the bag easily—use as a cross-body or carry the structured bag  by its curved handles.
This color-blocked bag is handmade from cotton and hemp. A navy blue background becomes anything but ordinary with green piping and an embroidered Thai tribal pattern. I think we just found our go-to bag for summer music festivals! Pair with a maxi skirt  and gladiator sandals.
Minimal color-blocking packs a maximum punch on this Kate Spade, bowling-bag-style cross-body tote. Paired with an elegant pearl white, there's just the right amount of sunny yellow to make this bag cheerful, not juvenile.
A colorful, yellow luggage tag  makes for an eye-catching detail on this color-blocked, cross-body Marc Jacobs bag. The classic lines and timeless color palette make this a bag that doesn't date quickly.
Color-blocking can be done with different shades, as well as with different textures as evidenced by this multi-dimensional, cross-body satchel . A black-and-white woven pattern sits across the blue and tan leather, accented by white croc-embossed straps.
This color-blocked, cross-body handbag  is the perfect transition bag to take you from spring to summer. Pair the coral leather and tan canvas bag with your white jeans or dresses to really make the color pop.
Burgundy, magenta, and cream color-blocking on this top handle bag  pair perfectly for both summer and winter. Wear this structured style on your arm as a satchel, or adjust the strap and carry as a cross-body bag.