Found this bag at Clothes Mentor and got it even though it’s heavy. I could not resist the perforated leather. You can zip and unzip without having to hold anything. Next time you unzip your anything, ask yourself: did I have to use my other hand to get it done. By linea pelle.
This Coach purse was at the thrift store, and they clearly thought it was a fake. It’s not. It’s beautiful with a purple lining. It’s a lovely bag, with lots of pockets and pouches to keep it from being a black hole bag.
Here’s my faithful Kipling complete with the little gorilla charm. This is a bag that can hold a lot but looks small. Water bottle fits. Crossbody strap – check. A place for everything – yes. This bag works.
Found this Fossil backpack at the mount Washington goodwill. I used to get lots of fabulous bags here, but the selection has changed. I was glad to find this even is there’s no key. Lower right corner has the name embossed. I was using this one for weeks before the fifty days of Easter. My water bottle fits perfectly. I really am getting down to the wire – very few purses left.
My all time favorite Fossil bag. I use this one a LOT. Everything has its place: keys – snap pouch; phone – front zipper pocket. More pockets and pouches than I can handle. Perfect crossbody strap length. I just love it. This was goodwill gold. So I took the photo with a few of my other favorite things: beaded basket for desk trinkets and keys, and my photo book/frame with my favorite pic of the girls all wearing pink.
Here we have my Miu Miu little bag that I use when going out. It’s small but super dope and authentic. I’ve done all the checks. Got this for a few dollars at the thrift store. This reminds me that I need to go back and link older posts to the new ones. Not so easy when using the phone to compose. Anyway, this is a cute, high quality bag that I’ve enjoyed wearing.
Got this backsack around 25-30 years ago at Pier 1. I loved the cowrie shells and little mirrors in the design. The cotton is faded, and it’s a black hole bag, but so what? I still enjoy looking at it and using it. Functional art.