AAY: My “go to” bag

Published March 3, 2017 by lynn k scott

I can’t say I must have a variety of purses, totes and bags.  My preteen daughter, on the other hand, lives for this kinda stuff.  Me?  I use what I need.

That being said, when my friend first shared her All About You link, I took a look around her website.  Truth be told, I joined because it was free to do so at the time.  Of course, right now, it’s just $5.00 to join, so it’s still a good deal.

Back to the point at hand…I was looking through totes and saw this pink tribal bag that was too cute for words.  After joining, that’s the bag I had to have.


I really like how the bag fits nicely on the arm.  I use it primarily as my “bring to work” bag.  I also will use it to stop by the store when I have a few things to pick up.  I live in a state you have to bring your own reusable bags or pay ten cents for every bag you need from the store (pass).

Since the bottom and inside are microfiber lined, it’s easy to keep clean.  The bag has a velcro enclosure.  There is an attached coin purse with a zipper-close to keep change from ending up in the bottom of the bag.  It folds completely and easy to store, if you don’t plan on using it all the time.

Product details are as follows:

  • Matching Detachable Coin Purse
  • Zipper Closure
  • Silver Pewter Hardware
  • 9-Inch Handle Drop
  • Made of Durable Microfiber
  • Linen Lining
  • Dimensions: (L) 17-inch x (W) 14-inch x (D) 5-inch

If you would like to check out this bag, simply click here.


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