here’s a little fossil for you who like small bags with a kiss closure. another one i thought i would never part with. it will need a tool to squeeze it tighter as it likes to open if too much is inside. i had this on a shelf for my viewing pleasure and only used it a couple of times. thick leather, two pockets in front, nice pull tabs to open it, it is a sweet bag. if you like it email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, and bag 14: fossil frame bag.
So far, the totes remain unclaimed, so I asked Jaiya to dig deeper and get something smaller.
Baggallini bags are great for travel, as they’re lightweight and extremely organized. Check out the pic where I’m holding the bag open: lots of slots for cards and small items, so you don’t have to have a separate wallet. Fill this little crossbody with your necessities and carry it when you want to leave everything else behind, then throw it in a larger tote or backpack. We will travel again, i’m a believer.
I’ve given several baggallinis away through the years, because I tend to purse rescue this brand. When I see them in the store, it’s clear the workers don’t know the value. They are very sturdy, and the bright interiors make it easy to see your stuff. The metallic fabric goes great with most colors. Read more and see more pics here.
If you like this bag, email email@example.com with bag 3, your name, your address. Peace!
Day two at Procter. Vera’s back with this blue floral crossbody with lots of organization in a very small bag. Front flap opens to an id and card area, the middle section has room for essentials, and the back pocket holds an iPhone6s, so not the giant phones – those would fit inside. Adjustable strap. I got this especially for this giveaway sometime last year, because lots of folks like this type of bag and it’s not something I would buy for myself. $6? Rescued.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you like bag 33.
A couple of years ago, wristlets and little hand bags were the “in” trend. I saw this bag at the St. Vincent de Paul in Mt. Washington, a weird-shaped bag that you carry on your wrist of in your hand. I like weird, so I bought it. Looks much better over Kaia’s arm than mine, I can tell you that! The beautiful cognac color and supple leather balance out the unique shape. If you like to be different, try this bag. Email me at email@example.com if it’s calling your name.
Jaiya got to choose the bag today, and she chose this sweet little drawstring purse that I got at some little store in Athens, OH years and years ago. Can’t think of the name of it, but it’s still there. This is a cute cross body for a small person, or that bag-in-a-bag concept. Makes a great evening bag for someone who likes to keep it nutty-crunchy. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you like little woven drawstring purses.
We decided to take the pics on our first trip back to Glenwood Gardens in many months. How cute is my sweet babe with all this new life?