Introducing: Chloe (my new baby)!

I already know a lot of you are not going to understand this post or my overall excitement over a handbag. If you’re a bag lover like myself, help me out here! I totally understand if most of you find this ridiculous but I work hard for my money and purchasing this bag was a really important thing to me. Chloe is probably one of my favourite designers. I have always wanted to own something from Chloe but anything from that brands costs over $1,000. I went to Nordstrom one day and the guy working in the bag department saw me drooling over the Chloe handbags. He totally understood me and was a complete gem in letting me know that they came out with a miniature purse that retailed for less than $1,000. I was like, “GTFO.” Since then I’ve been trying to put aside the money to get one. Since I was making this huge step of leaving TOPSHOP after 5 years, I thought this was the time to treat myself. To own something from Chloe is still hard for me to believe. I absolutely love this new bag. She’s my new pride and joy!

The bag I got is called See by Chloe Small Joan Crossbody Bag in the “Caramello” colour. I think it’s perfect for Fall/Winter. This creamy orange colour will definitely transition well into the Spring and Summer as well. It’s also the perfect size for a tiny young woman, like myself! Now it won’t carry any of my books but it will carry all of my other essentials! If you’d like to see what I carry in this new purse of mine, check out my “What’s In My Bag?” video that I just uploaded onto my YouTube channel!

Let me know in the comment section below what you think of it! Or let me know if you have any other questions about my pride & joy ;))

Until next time!

– Tiny ❤

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