Today I am going to share with you all what’s in my 100 dollar Zara bag. The What’s In My Bag tag has been on my to-do list for quite some time now and I’m finally sharing my bag contents with you guys. It’s not that spectacular, to be honest.
Maybe I should start with the bag itself. It is a 100 dollar Zara bag that I got for my birthday. She is a pretty heavy bag but I learned to love her for what she is (over here we don’t body shame). She’s black and looks expensive, I guess that’s why I love her so. But enough of my bag let’s get to the contents.
I don’t leave my house without my earphones. No earphones means no music and no music means no escaping from social overload at school, at work or really everywhere. If I happen to forget them I tend to get slightly irritated by minor things and overall the day is ruined. (I’m just a little dramatic)
I don’t think this point needs a lot of explanation. I carry my phone with me wherever I go in case of emergency, like watching Beyonce perform at Coachella.
I have a black wallet that my friends gave me as a birthday present. Nothing special. I carry it with me to pay for things like groceries. It also has my public transportation ticket in it that I have to have with me at all times. I actually wish my wallet was smaller. I think I will get myself a smaller wallet in the future.
My little sanitary pouch
Next, to my earphones, I will not leave my house without my sanitary pouch. It contains a little sample lipgloss, perfume (check out my post on my favorite perfumes), hand cream, hand sanitizer and lip balm. This little pouch has saved me from falling ill to public restroom bacteria, my lips drying out and looking like chalk, my hands imitating my lips looking like chalk and smelling like funk in public. I recommend everyone to get themselves a little sanitary pouch.
Finally, I have some random things like pads, scrunchies, and chewing gum in my bag.
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