180. Inside Leija’s Bag

If my bag can talk, it would probably whine, “I’m boooored!” five times a day, because there is never anything exciting in my bag. In fact, on most days, I can definitely leave house with just my mobile phone, wallet, and camera. Yes, I wrote that right.

But for Fashionese Daily, I’ll share the content of my bag on my ‘centil‘ days. That is, when I feel like lugging my other secondary needs (which is not often). Here goes.

The Bag: Rabeanco. Apparently, Fashionese Daily has wrote about the brand before, and it even has its own thread. But before finding the store at ION Orchard two years ago, I never knew it existed. It is now my sole everyday bag. It’s black, it has high-quality leather and workmanship, it’s roomy (enough), it’s affordable, it’s perfect.

The Content:

  • Apple iPad
  • Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua. I’d die without reading materials, and this book is my latest amusement, borrowed from my sis-in-law. I like how Amy Chua tells her story and, despite the controversies, I definitely appreciate her parenting style. And does it inspire me to become a future Tiger Mom? You bet.
  • Tissue
  • BlackBerry charger
  • A box of mints
  • Beauty pouch
  • Eau Thermal Avene Water Spray
  • Folding brush and mirror
  • iPod
  • USB flashdisk
  • BlackBerry Javelin
  • The Blanc Notes name cards, as I often hunt for street styles, and name cards adds credibility.
  • Eley Kishimoto wallet, a match to my sister’s.

Inside The Beauty Pouch:

  • Make-up remover wipes
  • Estee Lauder Artist’s Eye Pencil
  • Kiehl’s Lipgloss
  • Chanel mascara
  • Clean & Clear Oil Control Film
  • Sephora Long Lasting Eyeliner in black – my holy grail.
  • BeneFit’s Boi-ing Concealer/Shadow base