Greetings from Paris! More to come after I recover, but I ran the Paris Marathon again yesterday – as beautiful and rewarding as ever. Excited to share pics and the experience (different than the past ones here, here and here) later this week. But for now….
One of my absolute favorite recent presents is a clutch / carry-everything-holder from Minor History. It literally holds everything and is the perfect size, color, and leather texture. A perfect small bag!
Flat like an envelope.
For sizing purposes, here it is in comparison to my hand.
You can also fold it over and use it as a clutch.
It holds cosmetics, other little carry holders, glasses, everything and anything.
This roomy zipper clutch is the perfect addition to my bag wardrobe. And it is also a great gift! Au revoir..
I am a sucker for bandanas, totes, and especially bandana totes! Ever since I first spotted Chanel‘s Bandana Bag collection, I have been dying for my own bandana bag. The Chanel version is way too pricey for me, but I found a perfect, more affordable substitute! RTH Bandana bag, howdy.
The bag! NAVY!
On our Paris-Versary trip in June, my mother-in-law bought a bag for my 2 year-old daughter. It is the cutest, most colorful and fun little bag for a little girl. But it made me obsessed with finding an adult version of the same bag. So, I went on a mad woman hunt to find a different store with the same grown up version. Finally, after dragging my husband from store to store, I came across a bag very similar to my daughter’s…. And I knew I had to buy it right then and there.
I recently fell in love with a cute little pouch that is the perfect size to throw in my purse. Not only is the size perfect, but the colors, look, and overall aesthetic of the little bag are divine.
Love the colors and peacefulness of the pouch. Serenity. In a pouch.
Giveaway, giveaway, giveaway! Details below, but first, I hope everyone had a great 4th of July! I must say, that it was pretty uneventful on my part. Not much BBQing or chugging beer over here in Oregon with two little kids and Ken in New York. That said, it was simple and sweet.
We went to the playground in the afternoon — with sprinkles and watering holes. AH-MAZING.