One of my favorite colloquial terms of all time is “disco nap.” For those that aren’t familiar, it’s the nap that you take in the early evening, in between your normal, daily activities and the night’s revelry and/or drinking. Anyone who’s ever been to college knows the importance of the disco nap (or naps in general. Really, they’re beautiful) and has taken many in his or her life, whether or not their proper name was known at the time.

So what does that have to do with the Foley + Corinna Disco City Bag? Besides the inclusion of the word “disco,” nothing. I just like writing about things that aren’t entirely handbag related sometimes. Shhhh, don’t tell anyone. Anyway, so what about the bag?

Foley Corinna Disco City Bag

The bag is about what you’d expect. We’ve all seen various incarnations of the Foley + Corinna City Tote, and this is just the latest one. It’s a teeny tiny version that fits into the tiny bag/long strap trend perfectly, without sacrificing the familiar look of the brand’s signature design.

Do we really need another size of the City Tote? That’s debatable, but the sub-$200 price point on this one feels right, and it looks like a bag that you could wear for a lot of day or night occasions, depending on your own personal style.

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  • ottercat

    Hmmmm. To form an opinion on the disco worthiness of this bag, I’d need to see it on to understand the scale to the body. That being said, I have four of the large and medium City Totes and love them as a day bag to carry all my stuff around on those days where I’ll be running from cab, to subway and back. That’s kind of the point of the City Tote. I guess I’ve never thought about transferring this design to the night life.

    As for the pink — I think I would regret it. When the designer bag craze started, I bought a Marc Jacobs pink bag. The style is classic, but now the color, which I once thought was terrific, is now blah. So, in its dust bag it lives.

  • woowoo88

    I see what you mean but I thinks its fab- ok so maybe not too versatile but lovely with the right outfit or on a dreary day. Also for the price I think its a nice product to brighten up a collection

  • layney

    “Disco nap” made me rofl, Amanda! Excellent points, Ottercat. IMO, this bag is cute for someone in their teens – 20’s through college. Perfect for student ID, keys and some cash. Oh, and a cell phone, too. But I don’t think it’s very “disco” more like for karaoke night at a bar, I think. And even then the color should be darker because the pink leather ain’t gonna be so pretty with beer stains and all. Just sayin’!