Monday, January 19, 2009

The Bag I Am Carrying Today


Like me, Total Mom Haircut writes for the SVMoms Blog but rather than blogging for NJ she writes for Philly because that's where she lives :). She wrote a great story called 'The Bag' about coveting a Prada but ending up getting another bag. She never revealed the bag but after some harassing she finally did. The bag isn't designer but it suits her purposes and is super sporty and functional. However, after the harassing, she tagged some commenters and asked us to respond to the following questions:
What bag are you carrying? and what do you have in it?: A Tory Burch tote that has everything from my keys to my laptop to tissues in it.
How much did it cost? It was $250 but it is so worth it. It makes me happy even in the winter. I got tons of compliments on it and I use it everyday.
Is there a story behind the bag? Yes, I asked my husband for a trendy computer bag because he hated my Vera Bradley one - he said it so wasn't me - it was too grandma. I got rid of the free Vera bag and got this baby for Christmas last year.
So that is the scoop...Remember no matter what size you are a bag always fits!

4 comments:

nicole said...

That is a beautiful bag! I would spend $250 on it if it wouldn't lead directly to my divorce. ;-) I love bags. And shoes. I feed my love by looking at the pretty things others have.

Pearl said...

What a wonderful bag! But I will admit I am a little sad that we don't get to see the Chanel... I am just popping over here via Total Mom Haircut to peek at your post. What a great idea for a meme, eh?

Beth said...

That is SO PRETTY! I love it. I can't believe it was picked out by your husband. If mine ever tried to get me a bag...well, let's just say I don't have faith that I'd be putting up a picture of it on my blog:)

Thanks for playing:)
Beth
http://www.totalmomhaircut.com/

The Kamienski Chronicles said...

Pearl, If you want to see my bag check out my post "Last Will and Testament" from September of Last Year:

http://thekamienskichronicles.blogspot.com/2008/09/last-will-testament.html