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Stuff I Bought Online: ASOS Boxy Bag

January 29, 2012 - 10:46 pm

I love sharing my shopping finds, so this new recurring post shouldn’t be a complete shocker.

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There’s nothing like finding a fashion steal. I. Mean. Nothing. And it gets especially fun (and tactical) when you’re sleuthing for stuff under a particular pricepoint. My usual spend test is under $100. But make that spend goal lower than $50 and you’re entering a whole new game. I call this the bargain big leagues, readers. And it’s not for the faint of heart.

For this round, I did an under $30 shopping test (!!!) with one of my favourite webshops ASOS.

My under $30 steal? The ASOS Boxy Bag. Its tartan print and structured shape makes it a smart-chic pick. I’m so geeked about this handbag!

It matches nicely with my navy wool Club Monaco coat and works just fine with black boots and colourful hats  (like my Joe Fresh angora wool hat in yellow).

No-guilt shopping at its best. <3

Take a look at more structured handbags below!

photos: (c) Glynnis Mapp, FashionTK.com

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