Game Day to Rain Day: Cute Plastic Purse Options for the Texas Clear Bag Policy


The start of a new football season + the beginning of fall gives us two BIG reasons to look for clear plastic handbags and purses. Austin’s Clear Bag Policy has already come into effect and applies to both University of Texas football games and all Austin Independent School District athletic games as well.

According to The Daily Texan: “Many universities across the country already have clear bag policies, including Big 12 Conference members Kansas, K-State, and Texas Tech. The SEC implemented this policy conference-wide in 2017. The NFL has had the same policy in place since 2013.”

New regulation approved bags include:
• Bags that are clear plastic and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12".
• One-gallon clear resealable plastic storage bags.
• Small clutch bags or purses do not have to be clear but cannot exceed 4.5" x 6.5".

Wondering where to find a clear bag that fits both regulation and your style? Don’t worry, these new arrivals have got you covered from game day to rain day:


1.) This super cute take on this year’s trendy statement handbag features a removable zipper pouch, wooden handles, and a pop of color. Available in either pink or black for $42.


2.) Classic, but make it plastic. This clear tote bag is the perfect UT accessory or rainy day life saver. For only $12, it’s hard to find a better option than this. Available in orange or grey.


3.) Clear bags with removable pouches give you the option of quickly tossing in light items on the go, or keeping the pouch in for extra detail after the game. Try this minimal clear drawstring purse with plastic circular handles and wooden beaded closure details, $24.


4.) This clear bucket handbag is effortlessly chic with wooden circle handles and a striped removable pouch insert, $24.


5.) Old school meets new school with these super cute clear plastic backpacks. Featuring a front clear pocket and white nylon straps, toss it on and you’re ready to go, $30.


For more details on the Clear Bag Policy, visit Texas Athletics.

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