Last night's American Music Awards (AMAs) saw headline-grabbing performances from Post Malone, Travis Scott, and Ozzy Osbourne, and Lizzo — but while the latter delivered a powerful rendition of her ballad "Jerome," it was her fit that has captured everyone's attention.

Although the singer didn't bring home any awards this year, she definitely dominated style-wise. Lizzo graced the red carpet wearing a ruffled orange mini dress from Valentino and square toe mules by Stuart Weizman, complete with a ridiculously tiny — and extremely meme-worthy — Valentino bag.

When asked what was in it, Lizzo joked that the micro bag contained "tampons, a flask of tequila, and condoms." While Twitter is left debating what her bag actually fits, one thing seems for certain: The tiny bag trend is still going strong.

If you remember, these tiny vessels started popping up all over the place last spring. And, should you have logged onto Instagram at any point during that time, you'll likely have come across Jacquemus' meme-worthy minuscule handbags.

But this tiny accessory game does not begin and end with Jacquemus. Everyone from Acne Studios to Valentino have joined the impossibly small bag gang, each offering their own on-brand takes on this cute little storage solution.

Although Lizzo's Valentino tiny bag was a custom piece, we did find the closest thing yet — a Valentino micro-sized shoulder bag of the same color. Of course, Jacquemus' iconic Le Chiquiti bag is also perfect for channeling Lizzo's tiny flex at the AMAs. Meanwhile, if pouches are more of your vibe, mini offerings from Acne Studios, Building Block, and Ann Demeulemeester should also be on your wishlist.

Scroll on to see all the best bags to nail Lizzo's AMA look.

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Compact VSLING Wallet



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Le Chiquiti Mini Bag

from $135


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Suede Envelope Pouch


Ann Demeulemeester

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Big Coin Purse Pouch


Acne Studios

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ETC Sling

from $295

Building Block

(Available at 2 Merchants)
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Mini Cube Sling with Rubber Strap


Building Block

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