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- Los Angeles market bag, $68 at Apolis: Common Gallery
- God Save LA black metallic tote bag, $68 at Kitson
- Big Baggu in electric poppy, $12 at Baggu
- Tabby cat shopper, $12 at Wacko
- DeeDee Cheriel "You Have Everything You Need" tote bag, $34 at Hemingway & Pickett
- Utility nylon tote, $32 at Poketo
- Beverly Hills SoCal beach tote, $35 at Sisters of Los Angeles
- Weekend by Thursday Friday everyday tote in pastel brown, $48 at Thursday Friday
Goodbye to gratis doggie doo-doo bags, hello to a slightly lesser polluted Pacific Ocean. While we were all Netflixing away those NYE hangovers, the City of Angels' plastic bag ban went into effect yesterday. Sure, there's been plenty of time to stockpile all of last year's eco-friendly swag bag freebies (you know the ones), but there's only so many ways to match that branded screen-printed canvas tote to your grocery shopping get-up.
If you, too, are seeking some stylish and practical options in honor of the latest addition to LA's great big lawbook, not to worry. We've rounded up a handful of reusable carryalls, from It bag-inspired to downright quirky. Check them all out after the jump.