Do you remember this post? Yes, it was written a while ago. Two months ago to be exact, so I’m quite shocked that this little bag is still available. You know when something cool appears in Zara, usually it disappears in a bit. So I can make two conclusions: people either don’t like it (which is weird, because you know it’s Zara, but maybe they don’t like it’s price?) or the resupply is continuos.
According to Zara website it measures 18 x 20 x 9 cm.
Either way I’m happy I could get it because it seems now it’s everything I needed, except for those vintage jeans which I live nowadays in. And believe me I’m as surprised as you guys, who are reading my posts because I keep whining about the qualities of fast fashion bags and also it doesn’t really fit all of my bag requirements, but still here I’m loving it.
A bigger tan version is available too, and that’s not bad either.
Probably it’s because this time I haven’t been looking for the perfect bag (after all I found those ;)) but seeking for something small, tote style in leather and possibly with shorter handles and a longer strap. And this little bag perfectly fits the bill. Also it adds a bit more with those whipstitch details and silver studs which make it more interesting and edgy.
Love, love the whipstitch details and de silver studs make it more appropriate for summer. Or it’s just me? 🙂
Plus it can hold my rather big wallet, sunglasses, phone and some tissues which is most of the time is enough for me. Yes, it’s not lined but I don’t miss that actually and it doesn’t have inner or external pocket but I had to realise that with this small size, it doesn’t even really matter.
Actually it holds a bit more than you’d think.
I was also thinking on this brown mini bag which is half of the price but the it-goes-with-everything black color, real leather material, more edgy nature and a tiny bit bigger size convinced me this is the better decision for me.
And I didn’t regret it so far, moreover I take it everywhere with me so you’re gonna see it a lot in the near future (and lets hope in the distant future as well). 🙂 I hope you like it too, do you?