What’s in my Bag? The Holiday Edition

whats in my handbag

Just a bit of fun: a trawl through the contents of my handbag. Or should I say “holiday bag”; I was on my way to Athens airport, so my bag was full of bits and pieces to see me through the flight. If you’d like to see a little of what I got up to on holiday then please take a look at my beach vlog and if you’re interested in where I stayed, there’s a hotel review here. Favourite stuff from my travel bag? I’d have to say the Lolly Wallet, which was from my friend’s shop, Sisi and May, and also my Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist. It’s like a portable sanctuary, that spray – I used it on the plane because a woman kept coughing and sneezing next to me, and it made me feel slightly less pessimistic about things. (It has no antibacterial properties or anything like that, it’s all completely in my mind! But hey – no cough or cold yet, so maybe it does work some kind of magic. At the very least it makes me quite calm and refreshed – must be the orange flower water.)

Here’s the video – there’s a little bag contents list underneath so you can cross-check anything you like the look of, but I do have to warn you that lots of my bag items have been travelling around with me for nearly a decade! I’m a definite creature of habit when it comes to travel; always a Kindle, always my Louis Vuitton organiser and my pink passport holder…

Sunhat (bought in Greece years ago)
Scarf (Warehouse, 2012)
Wallet, Sisi and May: http://www.sisiandmay.com/collections…
Smythson Passport Cover
Kindle Prototype, made in the Victorian Times.
Louis Vuitton Organiser (bought 2004)
My Little Box subscription service: http://www.mylittlebox.co.uk/home
Eyeko Mascara Removing Wipes
Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist
Dior BB Cream Eyes
Sisley Black Rose Face Mask

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