Admitted. I'm a bag-in-bag-in-bag-in-bag kinda gal but as you know sometimes it all gets on ones nerves and suddendly you have that awkward, yet acute disire of packing in small and that's actually what I did here: cell phone, meaning my iphone, an ID, Kiehl's lip balm vanilla, hair clips, lipstick, emergancy sewing kit (that I use to snatch at hotels) and some bucks, of course - all in one tiny bag that I actually use to fill with unnecessary stuff like earplugs, perfume and hand cream samples et cetra et cetra, you know... no wonder, I can't stop myself buying some tiny bags for, you know, unnecessary stuff which I can throw in another bag and another one and another one and a- you know.
Outfit: shoes, tank, parka ZARA, bag H&M
Luckily, H&M's got these flashy bags atm, also, a turquoise-olive-green-ish, which I couldn't leave behind in the shop either. And with that to great part of the desperate blablabla: these quirky flashy dashy crashy colored bags (colorblocking over here, so what now?!) do super duper easy peasily pass as clutches - and I know we, meaning you and me, all know that packing in clutches (as long as it's not as big as that one) is packing at a whole new level. I know you know. you know. - night or day, day or night, you also almost always are better off with 'em, meaning the small ones: no heavy lifting, no tension, no rummaging around, oh and no heavy lifting, no tension and all.. Oh and they def do dress up a totally dressed down look, if you know what I mean, meaning: beachy hair, biker boots, the, no correction, THE parka, a tie-dye tank - almost worn as a dress - topped off with a satin-ish pink and orange eye popping catchting dropping - you choose - clutch, a tiny one, you know - sounds perfect? I suppose so.
What do you think? meaning, what do you think of packing in small?
Have a great day!
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