What’s Inside?

‘Sups all!

Today, I’ve got a feature that I really enjoy reading when I read the other blogs around. It’s the “What’s In My Bag” feature. Slightly perverse and stalker-ly, but hey, you really do learn a lot from knowing what’s in your own bag (and in other people’s bag)!

I have a lot of nick names, from school and from work (too many, don’t count). One of them came about while I was still in college, but the habit was around forever. They called me “Doraemon“. Why? Because I had everything in my bag. Maybe the following series of ‘What’s In My Bag’ will explain it to you, bag by bag.

Today’s “What’s In My Bag” feature is based on this outfit post I recently made on racklessblog. It’s literally the contents of my bag on the same night I wore that outfit out for the same dinner.

The lovely clutch I got from MDS Collections, admittedly looking a little stuffed.

Curious?

Yep, all of that was in my bag at dinner time. Now you’re starting to understand the nickname.

The clutch has three very generous compartments.

In the first compartment (the outermost)

L-R: Liese Designing Jelly No.2 (useful because I tend to leave the house with my hair in a bun, then let it down later in the day, the “jelly” keeps the curls/waves around for much longer), my bunch of work keys (because you never know), panadol (just in case), house keys, boyfriend’s wallet (not because it’s cool, but because my partner is a lazy person who doesn’t bring out his own bag out because he doesn’t want to carry it, so he stuffs his things into my bag), DBS i-Banking dongles for 2 accounts (again, just in case).

Second compartment.

L-R: Bottle of denatured alcohol and shampoo, because I stopped by Guardian and Watsons on my way to dinner. No funny story here, moving along.

The third compartment

L-R: A printed servette I had pinched (because it had an ad on it, not that the ad was interesting, but the idea was, so I kept the contact), portable charger/spare battery for my iPhone (I’ve got two of these to rotate), earphones (essential), a black pen (very essential, everyone should at least carry a pen in their bag), my wallet (which is actually a clutch by itself and deserves and entire post by itself.), a mysterious box (it used to hold a pack of playing cards).

And that’s how flat the clutch is when empty. Amazing isn’t it?

So what’s in your bag?

Much Love,

Karen.

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