Uniqlo dropped spring colors of its viral shoulder bag and, yes, you need one

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There’s nothing quite like seeing those first spring colors popping up in stores — it’s like instant serotonin when winter seems to be overstaying its welcome.

If you could use a little mood booster, Uniqlo has just the thing. The retailer recently launched new colors of its viral crossbody bag, and you will want one in every pastel shade.

Uniqlo Round Mini Shoulder Bag, $19.90

Credit: Uniqlo

Uniqlo’s Round Mini Shoulder Bag went viral on TikTok after users shared just how versatile it is and how much the compact purse could hold. You’ll be surprised at how much can fit, including your wallet, makeup favorites, earbuds and phone. The brand describes it as “small, yet filled with possibilities. This sophisticated design has a deceptive amount of room to keep your belongings close.”

The unisex purse has a water-repellent finish and a half-moon shape to fit comfortably against your body. Its strap is also adjustable so you can wear it as a shoulder bag or a traditional crossbody at various lengths. The zippered bag has an interior pocket to hold your keys and other smaller essentials.

While you can still shop the bag in its usual neutral shades, the fresh spring colors are the real winners. Available now in pink, blue, green, yellow and beige, each Round Mini Shoulder Bag retails for just $20. It’s a no-brainer buy.

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