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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Back-to-School Bags

Hey guys. Wow, it's been a while.

I'd been busy with my senior year in high school and college application stuff. All of that is over with now. It's funny to think I used to have time that can be afforded to running a blog. So sorry to those—if any—that anticipated my updates. I know I was never good at posting regularly.

I'm headed off to college in a few weeks, so my life has seen countless hours of shopping lately. I never thought I would, could get tired of shopping, but I am! As if college isn't already tens of thousands of dollars expensive, I have to buy clothes, electronics, shoes, books (just kidding. Why buy when you can get e-books free from 600% reputable sources?), and so much more.

I just thought I'd share with you guys the bags I'm bringing for college.
First up is my just-chillin' bag. My boyfriend's mom bought it for me. It's the Tyler Rodan Burke crossbody bag in Coral Paisley.

I've seen girls in high school carrying this kind of bag as their main school bag, and I've always wondered how they did it. This bag only holds my wallet, phone, makeup bag, and keys. Putting anything else in there is pushing it. I carry it when I'm doing the most casual things, like grocery shopping, going to a friend's house, or driving aimlessly and not wanting to be caught without a license.
Next is my casual school bag. I have days in my schedule when I only have lectures to attend (read: No textbooks to carry. Thank you, college gods). I get simple messenger bags to carry notebooks and pens, in addition to my wallet and basics. This particular bag is from Aeropostale.

If you've ever owned an Aero bag, you know it is thin and flimsy. But it's cool! I like Forever 21 and Aero for casual school bags. They're cheap. They carry your notebooks and folders. Sure, they don't last too long—I get about a year's use out of them before they start to rip or the leather flakes off—but school bags are destined to be discarded. Why spend a fortune on a nice bag when every day, it'll swing and rub its way closer to a fated death?
Lastly, the backpack. The true, heavy-duty backpack. It's not fashionable, but it'll carry my laptop and my textbooks, and everything else my other bags carry. I bought this at Costco for $20, no joke. The brand is High Sierra, and I think the bag's name is Rip Rap.

I'm not sure what I can say about it. It's a backpack. And it'll carry all your stuff.

1 comment:

Alana roy said...

Well I really liked reading it. This tip offered by you is very helpful for correct planning.
jeux a deux

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