Ok I had to take advantage of these photos from 2013 to explain why I love baggallini so much:
- they don’t use capital letters in their logo – LOVE
- the ergonomic zippers – LOVE
- small but hold a bunch of stuff because there’s a place for everything or it’s magic
- perfect size to throw into a larger tote or backpack when you’re traveling or commuting or have a diaper bag or something
- crossbody straps that cross MY body which means they’ll probably cross yours
- so well made, you can find it at the thrift store looking brand new or $4-$10 because they can’t tell the difference between this and Thirty-One or some random off brand
- you can also get them at TJ Maxx or Marshalls so if you need it to be new you can still save
- travel bags that don’t look super gonza – look it up, but the word defines itself
Love you, baggallini.
Cheers to another good baggallini. I took this one to the Episcopal Communicators conference in Denver last year, which would have been in Savannah last week. I’m telling you, baggallini is my favorite travel bag line as far as nylon bags go. They are so cute and functional, with excellent security and RFID protections in their new bags. If you get one at the thrift store, check to see if the RFID tag is in there. Many of the bags come with a detachable wristlet which is RFID so you can hook it to your keys or put it in your pocket and keep it light. Another thing i love about them is that baggallini does not start with a capital b. I have a thing against capital letters. I don’t capitalize my name if i can avoid it, or I but spellcheck will do it or me. Sometimes i don’t feel like fixing it.
Anyway, I got this one at the St. Vincent de Paul, i think. But if you want a newer one, find them at TJ Maxx or other discount stores or online shops like 6pm.com. Much respect to TJ for still having their website closed.