Tell me about your work bags

Grace123

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What are you using? What have you tried in the past that doesn't work for you?

I'm on the hunt for a new work bag, I've looked at Coach, I'm thinking about an LV Neverfull or a YSL Dowtown so far.

Any tips or suggestions would be great. Thanks in advance!
 

pasdedeux

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Jan 10, 2009
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Right now I'm using a Hayden-Harnett flight tote thanks to the vicious winter weather-- in the summer I use a Balenciaga Part-time or a YSL Muse 2 depending on how much stuff I have to carry. Personally I like the style of the Muse 2 better but the Balenciaga holds more files/folders/etc and is better as a business travel tote.
 

jll9

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Jun 30, 2006
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I use Tod's d-bag media tote. It fits my laptop (with Tumi sleeve), my umbrella, and my agenda as well as my power supply for my computer.
 

irishlass1029

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I have a Gucci tote I like to use for work papers and/or laptop. It's the GG material, so weather is not a problem and the handles are perfect for shoulder OR arm. Right in that perfect middle ground.

I've had to move from shoulder to arm due to neck/shoulder problems, so I usually carry my Lindy with my "purse stuff" and the tote.
 

coco13

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Jul 28, 2006
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I've been using Mulberry for a while now as they are so tough they can withstand anything, and they're so heavy noone can steal them...
 

kmh1190

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Usually a LeSportsac Tote but lately I've been using a HH for Target canvas bag. I don't like to bring nice leather purses to work because we've had things stolen from even locked offices, plus I work in a hospital (which I consider all areas to be dirty).
 
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momo43

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i used to use an HH dominique satchel. now i switch between my ignes ormala and my mandarin duck nylon messenger bag.
 

Rosetta Stone

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An ABRO caramel leather backpack--I work at a University in student services, though, so a backpack isn't too casual (not like I'd care even it it were, really--I've been a shirt-and-jeans chick for about 35 years now).
 
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