Since I featured my new bag in this post, I’ve received several comments & emails asking about the size difference between a Neverfull MM and PM, and wondering how much the Neverfull PM holds – so I thought I’d do a “What’s in my bag post” to show what I can fit inside.
|Image from Louis Vuitton website: source|
Here’s what I carry in my bag – aside from the iPad (which I included for size reference):
Contents from left to right:
- Taupe quilted wallet from ASOS
- iPad in a black case
- Sephora atomizer with Jo Malone Perfume
- Damier Ebene 6-key holder
- Coach coin purse (for my garage clicker)
- AHAVA hand cream
- Pink pouch for my headphones
- Antibac gel (sealed in a small ziploc to prevent leaks)
- Pink reusable shopping bag
- Wet ones & Emergen-C sachets
- Foldable brush & comb
- MAC Hello Kitty make-up bag (contents shown in this post)
And here’s what it looks like with everything inside (except for my iPhone). I always use a large Purse-to-go organizer. It keeps my things tidy and makes it super-easy to switch between bags:
Hope this helps anyone who is trying to figure out if the PM size is big enough for them!
I also wanted to share some purchases I got 2 weeks ago from the ZARA sale. In Canada, ZARA sale items are non-returnable – and as time goes on, they keep marking down prices. The studded heels I posted about in December were reduced even further from $49 to $29 – but my nude heels were sold out.
|ZARA Top with Embroidered Swiss Dot Flowers|
I’ve loved this lace top ever since I first saw it in store – but $79 was way to pricey for me. So glad to see it marked down to $29!
|ZARA Jacket with Sheepskin Collar|
This faux leather jacket is light yet warm. I loved the pretty color, quilted detail, and warm sheepskin collar. It was $59 down from $99.
Both these items coordinate well with my current clothes – and I’m so happy to have found them…BUT I feel like I’ve been buying a lot recently – so I want to participate in NO-BUY February….Since February is such a short month, a lot of people challenge themselves not to spend any extra money (other than on necessities & groceries).
I look forward to spending a month ignoring sales and evaluating & organizing what I already own. Who’s with me?