Gallery Patent Tote = laptop bag?

shy*violet

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Mar 9, 2008
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Hi ladies - I have a question for you gallery patent tote owners.

Do you think this bag would make a good work/laptop bag?

I remember seeing the gallery patent tote at Macys this winter when it was on sale (marking down for clearance). It was so long ago, I can't remember how sturdy it seemed/etc.

Thanks for your thoughts in advance!
 

heqet

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Feb 2, 2008
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Austin, TX
I have a sky blue patent perforated book tote that I use as a laptop bag. The straps are a little thin and it digs into my shoulder if I carry it for a long time. But I love it and get compliments on it every time I carry it!
 

coachfreak

Looking for LVOE
I have a sky blue patent perforated book tote that I use as a laptop bag. The straps are a little thin and it digs into my shoulder if I carry it for a long time. But I love it and get compliments on it every time I carry it!
Yea, I don't like that the straps are thin, it will not sit up on its own with the computer in it, and it doesn't zip.
 

Couture Dreams

spidey kisses
Dec 29, 2007
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Lovely CA
i wouldnt use it as a laptop bag... not secure enough ya know.

i think you should just get a cute laptop case that has padding and stuff to protect your laptop. theyre not super cute, but its a lot safer for your electronics.
 

photogurl

coach <3
Feb 10, 2008
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Milwaukee
my macbook pro is a 15 inch and it will not come close to fitting and definitely not with a sleeve, which would be a MUST.
 

psxgurl

O.G.
Feb 23, 2008
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California
i wouldnt use it as a laptop bag... not secure enough ya know.

i think you should just get a cute laptop case that has padding and stuff to protect your laptop. theyre not super cute, but its a lot safer for your electronics.
I agree! :tup: Keeping those electronics padded and secured are best! At least get a sleeve case if you want to put it in a tote bag :smile: