A good workbag that isn't the Bayswater?

Snowmin

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So I am looking for a bag that can hold A4 papers and occasional large magazines for working purposes. The Bayswater is a classic, however I am not a fan of the flappy front thing to open. I don't want my papers to puddle up as the bag slouches.

How does the Elkington work for this? I can't seem to find any pictures of use or when an A4 sized item in it. Are there any other Mulberry bags that would suit?
 

Ukpandagirl

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So I am looking for a bag that can hold A4 papers and occasional large magazines for working purposes. The Bayswater is a classic, however I am not a fan of the flappy front thing to open. I don't want my papers to puddle up as the bag slouches.

How does the Elkington work for this? I can't seem to find any pictures of use or when an A4 sized item in it. Are there any other Mulberry bags that would suit?

I use my bays tote for A4 carrying. No irritating flap and nice big handles to fit over my shoulder. ;)
 

Pessie

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So I am looking for a bag that can hold A4 papers and occasional large magazines for working purposes. The Bayswater is a classic, however I am not a fan of the flappy front thing to open. I don't want my papers to puddle up as the bag slouches.

How does the Elkington work for this? I can't seem to find any pictures of use or when an A4 sized item in it. Are there any other Mulberry bags that would suit?

I had an Elkington for work and loved it, also had a brynmore which held a bit more and that was lovely too - great workhorse bags :smile:
 

2manyhorses

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my Brynmore tote is my favourite bag, use it every day for work, it's huge and you can fit loads in it.
Also my Bayswater liner fits it perfectly :biggrin:
It's quite deep too so doubt anyone would be able to get a hand in lol ;)
 

Ludmilla

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my Brynmore tote is my favourite bag, use it every day for work, it's huge and you can fit loads in it.
Also my Bayswater liner fits it perfectly :biggrin:
It's quite deep too so doubt anyone would be able to get a hand in lol ;)

This bag is so pretty. The leather looks so yummy. I really understand, why you use it every day! :biggrin:

Its more rain getting in an open topped bag that worries me

OMG. I have a semi-open LC bag that drives me crazy, because of rain...
 

Slowhand

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I love the Elgin . Its vast and a beautiful chunk of chocolate Darwin .

I'm a driver and always use a brolly in the rain anyway even if its a short distance ( curly hair syndrome ! ) so rain isn't an issue . Its tucked under my arm anyway as I always carry it on the shoulder .
 
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