What’s Inside Says A Lot About Her

Growing up, my mother would scold my brothers and me for peeking inside her purse. “It’s personal!” She’d say, “You never know what you’ll find when you stick your nose where it doesn’t belong!”

I’m not sure that my nose ever found anything worthwhile, but I do know that my hand found an occasional smack–and a well-deserved one at that!

So here I go, breaking one of mom’s cardinal rules, opening up my most private possession for all to see.

Here’s a glimpse of what’s inside my bag of choice, AT ALL TIMES.

Habits I Inherited from My Mom

<Key Chain> My dad will be the first to tell you, I’m the worst at keeping up with keys, this furball is easy to spot and super cute!

<Chanel Wallet> A smaller bag that doubles as a wallet and crossbody–if I get tired of lugging around the tote, I can pull out the cross body and have everything I need!

<Sunnies> The sun never sets on a bada$$, right?

<Hairbrush> My personal favorite is the Keratin Complex Vent Brush.

<Chanel Powder> I love a little shimmer and shine, but not the oily kind.

<Lipstick> L’OREAL’s Infallible color, Geranium is my go-to.

<iPhone> Disclaimer: I’m not a poser, I  ‘Eat Cake for Breakfast‘ more often than I should. Oops.

<Gum> Teaberry is a vintage gum that peaked in the 60s…I love the 60s, so I love Teaberry. (They seem to be frequently out of stock online, but I get mine from Cracker Barrel ;P )

<Perfume> Quelques Fleurs is my all-time fave! My mom wore it all the time, so it reminds me of her.

and finally….

<baby nail clippers> Whether it’s a hangnail, long nail, or a rogue thread, you’ll thank me for this one! Also a habit I inherited from my mom, and it’s foolproof!

I’d be interested to know some of your own bag-hacks and tips.



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2 thoughts on “What’s Inside Says A Lot About Her

  1. […] Sunnies | Necklace | Purse | Bracelet | Shoes | Dress | Lipstick […]

  2. […] | Pumps | Top | Jacket | Bag | Keychain | Necklace | […]

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