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What’s {In the Bag}

 

Happy Friday, Lovelies!! A bunch of you have asked me to do a “What’s in your Bag” Post….so I finally decided to spill (pun definitely intended) the beans on what I lug around with me on a daily basis. It’s funny how women are curiously fascinated with what other women carry in their purses, while men tend to be slightly terrified by said contents of women’s purses…odd social study material, dare I say. I may have arranged the above items in a way that makes them pleasing to the eye, but believe me, they were all truly floating around in my bag, no staging here. Sooo…I showed you mine – now it’s your turn! What’s in YOUR bag??

xo (To get a closer look, click on the picture!)

{From left to right: Chanel wallet, Ball of metallic hair ties, Boscia green tea blotting linens (I swear by these for a shine-free face all day long), Prada sunglasses (the perfect pair, with a great mix of cat-eye and oversized coverage), Butter London nail polish in West End Wonderland (amazing for chipped ends…just dab on some glitter and go!), Solar cuticle oil (super portable and it smells like delicious almond oil), iPhone & my favorite Case Mate glitter case (embellished with some of my fave washi tape), MAC lipstick in Impassioned, One of my many little owl figurines I picked up while traveling, MAC Cremesheen Lipgloss in Loud & Lovely, Sephora’s travel-sized hairbrush (perfect brush & it has a built-in mirror – awesome bonus), Rosebud’s Strawberry lip balm (I have a major addiction to this stuff!), J.Crew pink enamel bracelet, Hanuta German chocolate wafers (I always carry some sort of German chocolates around with me – for sudden cravings!), Luna Crunch bar (for when I’m starving but don’t have time to stop and eat).}

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    Walkinrunout

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    April 13, 2012

    That hairbrush/mirror is awesome – wish we had Sephora in Denmark ;)

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    westsideluxeliving

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    April 13, 2012

    Reblogged this on westsideluxeliving.

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    shiconthecheap

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    April 13, 2012

    Lipgloss, phone,hand sanitizer,lotion,sunglasses,lots of loose change,mirror,comb/brush,fingernail clippers, contact case/solution, and floss.

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    greta's drawer

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    April 15, 2012

    ok you are my ultimate hero. I am OBSESSED with Hanuta!! *.*

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      missrenaissance

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      April 16, 2012

      Obsessed doesn’t even come close to describing my love for Hanuta :-)

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      Zainal

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      January 10, 2013

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    Kelli Nicole

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    April 16, 2012

    Love the handbag and wallet!!

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      missrenaissance

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      April 16, 2012

      Thanks :-)

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        Bat

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        January 10, 2013

        Posted on Good article. People who are aminavlebt that the EU exists at all should know that the editors at Lucasfilm, and many of the writers themselves, are right there with you nobody claims (or expects) that the EU should be taken with as much seriousness as the films even though the spinoff material is technically canon. The films trump everything. There’s even a term for it: G-canon (for George).

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      February 25, 2013

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    shiconthecheap

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    April 17, 2012

    Reblogged this on shiconthecheap and commented:
    Ck out miss renaissance!

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      missrenaissance

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      April 18, 2012

      :-)

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      Shango

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      January 8, 2013

      You are probably right. The mnmoet I’d clicked Post Comment I’ve realized that when drawing objects on top of a shadow would cause serious problems.Anyway thank you for your response and keep up the good work I hope that some day you will be able to write improved version of your sample, maybe transforming it into tutorial. It seems like quite a lot of people could benefit from that.

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    Eagle

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    November 26, 2012

    This is the preceft post for me to find at this time

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      Edwin

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      January 8, 2013

      As usual you have done a nice job reporting the local makert stats Lisa. I like the look of your site. It is well done..bravo!.-= Bill Gassett s last blog .. =-.

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      Agnes

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      January 8, 2013

      Jeremy, I love this wedding teilarr!!! I will always be a fan of your work!! I saw our wedding video again the other day for our 1 year anniversary!! Awwww I want to get married again(tpt the same man ofcourse-lol) just to have another video! I’m pregnant, by the way! -Miriam Ortiz Lopez

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    Noe

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    January 10, 2013

    Posted on I’d stick with the novels over the ccmios for right now; the first book is Rogue Squadron, then Wedge’s Gambit, the Krytos Trap and the Bacta War. It’s a big, long arc story that leads to a big development in the Galactic Civil War and does some good character work on the background pilots in the movies: Wedge, Hobbie, Janson and Tycho. It’s really pulpy and fun and has awesome bantery dialogue.

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    Pipa

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    February 25, 2013

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    February 25, 2013

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