I love this bag
I bought this bag in Jazzy Blooms because as a college student, carrying a backpack and a shoulder bag was just too much for me. Carrying both would just add on to the back problem I already have. I decided that getting a crossbody would be the best option. This bag is great! I'm able to have easy access to what I need in my bag. I love how there is a pocket in the front; I put my iPhone 5 in there and it fits pretty good. It's in the otter box cases and it still fits. I'm able to fit my Vera Bradley Accordion Wallet and my other necessities in it. There is an adjustable strap that is great because I'm able to adjust it to my daily outfits. I use this bag everyday when going to school and not only is it beautiful but it's just perfect.
December 29, 2013
Perfect for toting around the essentials!
I've never really had a clear cut sense of what to exactly put in my purse besides the essentials of keys, wallet, and cellphone. Usually I toss in a pen and some chapstick and I'm good to go! The hipster bag is perfect for all of those things and more. I can easily fit my Kindle in the big pocket while still holding all of my "essentials" it also keeps my hands free and it helps not having to readjust a shoulder strap every so often. I do wish it was a little wider so bulkier items didn't look so awkward in it.
March 27, 2012
Amazing Hipster for traveling
I have two of these Vera Hipsters. One is the older style the other this style. I bought it because I am spending 6 months in Europe. It is a great everyday traveling bag. There are enough pockets for everything!
I have been using it for five months straight. Traveling from the States to Poland, to Ukraine, then Germany, and back to Poland. There is a little wear and tear going on on the strap. However, that is to be expected because it is being used daily and in and out of traffic and what not.
The only thing that I would recommend for the next hipster is that it be a little larger so that you can fit an umbrella in without the purse stressing to close.
October 12, 2012