I don’t remember exactly how it happened, but one way or another I inadvertently clicked my way to a “What’s in my bag?” video on Youtube. The concept seemed a little weird and “creeper” to me at first, but then I remembered how much I enjoyed looking through my mom’s bag when I was little. It was like its own little world full of interesting things that I never thought about, like cherry-scented chapsticks and teeny tiny sewing kits.

So I watched the whole video, then another one, since YT makes it so easy by autoplaying everything it thinks I want to see (clearly, this is effective!) Eventually, I decided that I really enjoyed these nosy videos! Not necessarily just because I’m nosy either, but mostly because I want to make sure I’m not missing out on some revolutionary purse item! The dress I’m wearing is from a super cute shop called The Skirt Outlet (you can click here.) The bag is a lovely little baby from Celine – you can look at pre-loved similar bags by clicking here or here or even here.

So, back to revolutionary purse items… as you can see, I’ve found that keeping all the things contained makes for an organized bag. Added perk: switching between bags is a breeze when I can just move a few things around, rather than a whole bunch of random small items. Also, I keep my keys in a key holder so they don’t scratch up the interiors of my bags and never leave pens loose because I have had one mark an interior before! *Insert dramatic frown emoji here*.

I upgraded to mostly LV purse organizers over the past few years because I got tired of having to replace cheaper bags often, as they would start to show wear after a month or two. Any cosmetic bags will work though; Victorias Secret has cute ones every season that I used to buy often. TJ Maxx usually has a cute selection in stock too.

What are your purse necessities? Do you carry any of the same stuff I do?


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