2 posts tagged with lesportsac bags

When I think of LeSportsac, I don’t necessarily think of clean design and aesthetic restraint. That’s really not there thing, and I won’t pass judgement on that – to each her own, and they’ve got a huge following of people that eat it up and adore it. That’s why I was surprised when I saw the LeSportsac Lexie Tech Tote. In my all-time-favorite-neutral grey, the tote is subdued, simplisticly chic, and very usable in day to day life. It’s so hard to find a stylish, well-made laptop bag, and with a name like Lexie Tech Tote, that is surely what this is intended to be. The center compartment is padded for safe storage, and because the bag is fashionable, it doesn’t scream “steal me, I have a laptop inside!” I also find the side-fastening very interesting; the clips pull the bag shut without giving it a hard closure on the actual opening. Smells innovative to me – I truly cannot remember seeing something like that elsewhere. All things considered, this is surely the chicest tech bag I’ve seen in a long while. Buy through Shop Bop for $120.

Lusting after a gorgeous handbag is always fun. But from time to time, I come across a handbag-esque item that I think is worth sharing. I would have to say just about every time I reach for my make-up bag, I say to myself, “I really could use a new one”. I am sure you know what I am talking about. Make-up bags aren’t something I lust after nor do I wish I had several to choose from depending on my outfit. However, you know it is time for a new one when the the inside lining looks like a color palate an artist would die for. For me, the LeSportsac Peacock Val Cosmetic Bag is a great option. I don’t think it makes much sense to spend your money on something that never leaves the house (except when traveling) and is bound to get dirty. Yet at the same time, I like the idea of a fun and functional make-up bag like this one.

And actually, since the bag is so affordable, you could buy this, fill it with new make-up, other goodies and give the fun-filled bag to someone for a holiday gift. Ooooh, I like that idea. I might have to do it myself! But it got me thinking, should I spend a little more on a make-up bag, I mean is there any reason to? What do you think? At this point, I’m still pretty pleased with the look of this bag and I might have to visit Shop Bop to buy it for an ever so reasonable $23.