Thursday, December 15, 2016


Dump out everything in your purse, then put back only the items you really need -- like your wallet, hand sanitizer and a snack. Be critical at this stage. There's no reason to carry around 10 lipsticks if you only ever use one or two shades. We carry a lot of things as if it is an extension of our cabinet from home.  Here are example of bags and purses in different sizes (big or small) and shapes.

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that's a lot for that little bag ;):

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Anyone their bags look like this bringing  must haves always so if you want for easy changing purses.

Trying it out in several different purses, in different sizes and shapes! It fits.
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Make It Up
A chic makeup bag is better than loose cosmetics rolling around. Not only is it easier to find what you need, but if a product spills or breaks, it will only dirty the makeup bag -- not your Italian leather tote.

Put It in a Pouch
Don't spend minutes digging around for your sunglasses or keys. Color-coded or clear pouches make it easy to find what you're looking for in a pinch. Stash beauty items in one pouch, headphones and phone chargers in another, and so on.

 Protect Your Tech

If you carry a laptop, tablet, or camera in your bag, invest in a tech case. This will protect your gadget from accidental spills, key scratches, and impromptu rain showers. 

Cellphone Case with dual purpose

If your wallet has a tendency to grow fat with receipts, coupons, and coins, consider a phone case that lets you stash only the essentials. Plus, if you have a smartphone, you can ditch the plastic and load rewards cards or gift cards straight into an app like Apple Wallet. 

Roll It Up
A giant tote can double as a weekend travel bag. Protect easy-to-tangle jewelry and accessories with a roll-up organizer. This storage solution also works for hair supplies and hair clips.

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Sometimes we tend to bring a lot of make up brushes with this small roll it up brushes organizer will limit on what you really need and use often.

Key Keeper

A cute keychain keeps keys close at hand, but go a step further by attaching them to your wallet. Grabbing a large wallet is easier than finding a small key ring, plus the keys can be tucked into the coin purse section of your wallet to prevent scratching.

Travel Abroad
Safeguard personal information with passport and credit card keepers. Special fabric protects items from electronic theft.

 Down to Business
Reminiscent of childhood school supplies, plastic pencil cases are perfect for stashing office items in your briefcase. Keep pens, notepads, and pointers organized in easy-to-find colorful cases.

Take Notes

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A small and handy notepad with pen included.
Keep kids occupied by including a coloring kit in your bag. It's smaller and lighter than most toys and encourages creativity. Stock a pencil case with markers, pens, stickers, and a notepad, then pull it out at the doctor's office, grocery store, or anywhere kiddos need a distraction.

Coin Purse
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Last but not the least use coin purse for coins or money change from store.

My Note: I therefore conclude based on what I saw and read with what must haves we should bring suggestions it is still down to what you really need and important as owner. In whatever kind of bag and brand local or luxury or sizes it does not matter for as long they have a pair of sunglasses,hand sanitzer,tissue paper,small /compact makeup kit and lipstick, scarf, smartphone,credit/calling card,pens, and notepad with pen included but when it comes to wallet I noticed men or women prefer to use Louis Vuitton.