Sunday, 31 August 2014

What's in My Bag?

Posted by Olivia Jayne at 00:00
Firstly, I hope you like my new blog design! Thank you so mush for the lovely comments and positive feedback on this change. 


I've been meaning to do this post for a while since I got a new bag for Christmas. I usually carry really small shoulder bags but I wanted a different style so I love this one. It's from Debenhams and I will leave all links at the bottom of the post. I think this bag is the perfect size for me as it isn't too big. It is also really convenient as it has an attachable shoulder strap. I have sorted the inside out recently so it is quite neat but here is what I found inside…


Firstly, my purse. My sister brought it back from Greece for me. It looks like Michael Kors but its fake, I don't know where she got it from so I can't link it below but I'm sure you can find similar ones. I also have a diary which I got as a present so unfortunately i can't link it but it looks like it could be from Accessorize or Paperchase.


At the bottom of my bag, I have some loose grips, a few apple starburst and Hubba Bubba bubblegum. My mum thinks I have a low bloodsugar so I get headaches really easily if I don't eat for a while or have no sugar so I always like to carry some sweets. I also have a pack of menthol tissues - Autumn means colds!


I also have this little Givenchy makeup bag, I got this with my Givenchy perfume and body lotion set and its a great size to put in your bag. I don't actually keep any makeup in it though. I have a small hair brush, mirror, chapstick, blotting sheets, Britney Spears Fantasy Perfume, Pink Chiffon Hand Sanitizer from Bath and Body Works and a hand cream. 


Now onto the little side pocket, in here I just have this really little notebook and pen that I got from my Aunty. Its the perfect handbag size.




In the zippy bit, I have Anbesol as I get a lot of mouth ulcers and I also have some tablets.


This is it for my bag!

xoxo




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