Howdy! After a lovely break, some official travel and some more personal travel I am back to conclude this two part series where I explored sustainability in jewellery and design with a lovely designer Rebecca Reubens who owns and runs a minimalist accessories line called Baka . If you are coming here after reading my first post about this brand, thank you for sticking with us, if not, don’t forget to check it out here! Now let’s dive right in!
Now that the caption got you all curious, let me tell you this post has nothing to do with cooking, it has nothing to do with drinking and no! it has nothing to do with creative naming either (though I must say I’m mighty proud of “Tadka Martini” Patent material right? Loljk!)
Hi from the Structured Handbags Society (where the president, treasurer and secretary is all me ). Managed to creep y’all well? 😛
Well, the creeping now being done and dusted, lets move on! I’ve had this recent love for these solid rectangular bags and I already have managed to add two to my never-gonna-end list 🙂
These bags give the perfect air of sophistication (which I otherwise seem to profusely lack) and manage to be uber-comfortable to carry around at the same time.
All this being said, I must add that these meanies are not a wise option if you are looking for roomy bags with lots of stuff to carry.
Leaving you with the images of both my lovely bags!
Sexy right? What do u think? Do tell me 🙂
P.S. : You aren’t allowed to comment on the fact that my lunch bag is bigger than my handbag. Okthankyoubye! 😛