I've already reviewed my tan Mia Grab Bag so the Lucy Tote is the next one to show off.
The trend so far seems to be how roomy they all are, and this one is no exception. With two open pockets inside the bag at the front, one zipped pocket inside to the back, and a zipped pocket outside at the back, there's plenty of places to store your phone and mirror that you'd almost certainly lose in the bottom of the bag underneath the usual load of accumulated bits and bobs. There's also a zip over the whole top that glides right across more easily than expected. The base is quite rigid, making it brilliant for a day bag as I don't think it would lose it's depth quickly and start to sag (hate that word!) like some softer bags.
The two handles are definitely large enough to go over your shoulder properly rather than making the bag sit too high under your arm, especially if you haven't quite shifted those winter bingo wings yet, so perfect for wearing over coats or layers. Another little bonus is that the handles fall down neatly on either side of the bag when it's perched beside you, leaving them less likely to become misshapen.
I do love this bag, and it's perfect for completing a nice nautical look or a country style with a gilet, but tan goes with so much you can't go wrong.
Having only had this for a few weeks, it doesn't seem to be available on their site any longer, but the gorgeous Selena Shoulder Tote for £69 is similar as well as the Roxanne East West Shoulder bag for £69.
That took a lot of will power to look on Fiorelli.com and find that - the new ranges are so beautiful and just perfect for summer. Starting to think I actually need professional help for my bag obsession!
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