In New York City, when your body functions basically as a car, using your own two feet to largely get you around, weaving in and out of human traffic and dodging any other obstacles in the way, carrying multiple bags is more of a hazard and less of a convenience. Especially on the subway when, at any point in time, you may be pressed against a minimum of four other humans, consolidating your stuff into one generously-sized bag is ideal.
In this week of extra chaos in the rush right before Christmas, I’ve been using the Dooney & Burke Newbury Suede Sloan Hobo bag in Brown, which neatly organizes and keeps secure my essentials, thanks to the its inside pockets, key hook, and zipper closure while channeling a slightly retro, ’70s vibe. There’s also plenty of room for a few extras, such as my workout clothes, a water bottle, and even space left over to conceal a small gift.
I can’t really predict what the new year may have in store for me or what to expect in 2016, but I do know that I can rely on this bag to contain whatever I need to be prepared for it!
In This Look:
Talbots Camel Car Coat (c/o)
Dooney & Burke Newbury Suede Sloan Hobo bag in Brown (c/o)
Tourneau Watch (c/o)
Studebaker Metals Chevron Necklace (c/o)
Sorrelli Stud Earrings (c/o)
Vintage Bracelet Set
American Eagle Outfitters Chambray Shirt (c/o)
Gap Navy Chinos (c/o)
ShoeDazzle Christi Mid-Calf Boot in Olive (c/o)
On Nails: Marc Jacobs Beauty Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Polish (c/o)
On Lips: Bite Beauty Luminous Crème Lipstick in Vibrant Magenta (c/o)