Recently someone asked me if I give bags away, do I also abstain from buying bags. That’s a great question. This year, the answer is no. I am short on bags, as i have greatly decreased my shopping overall. I picked this baby up at Valley Thrift today because it’s 25% off, in great shape, and someone out there needs it. There were several other bags i could have bought but i restrained myself. I like the brand Tignanello a lot; i own a couple and have given many away. Here’s a black shoulder bag that has three sections, chain lining, and my favorite pebbled leather with whipstitching. Enjoy multiple pockets and pouches to stay organized. It’s yours when you email me at email@example.com with bag 22. Modeled by Jaiya.
Just because you love something doesn’t mean you should collect it. I like Fossil bags and started collecting vintage ones a few years ago. It’s time to let some of them go. Here’s a small crown bag with handles and a shoulder strap. Three interior sections keep stuff in its place. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to have bag 9.
You know I collect Fossils. Sometimes you have to give some away. Here’s a cute rose-colored purse that has a middle separator, three pockets inside, and a large outer pocket. If you like to stay organized, this is a cute bag, but it’s a bit small for me. Email me at email@example.com if it speaks to you. Peace!
I saw this purple shoulder bag at Valley Thrift and thought, no. No meant yes, and here we are. I couldn’t leave the purple purse in the store, Lent would be here eventually. Plus, Nia’s favorite color might still be purple. (that’s my 20yo daughter.) What can I tell you – when i put it against the rest of my collection, it had to go. My loss is your gain when it comes to purple bags. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Ok big bag people – here’s one I got at Valley Thrift a few months ago. With my neck/back strain, i’m always on the lookout for a lighter weight bag. Good old Kenneth Cole Reaction came through for me with this not-super-loud, muted gold tote with black patent trim and silver details. Truth is, i was in David’s car, and it got lost in there for several weeks. Then it got brought in and put into the Goodwill pile in our house, where it stayed until i went to bag everything up and itemize it. Lo and behold, here’s my bag. Since i never got too attached, i’m letting it go. Let me know if you would like to have it by emailing me at email@example.com with bag #8. Taken – thanks!