#BAGAHOLICBOY SHOPS: Four Mini Designer Hobos To Check Out


There are days when a compact little hobo is pretty much all you need, one that’s preferably easy to use, with just the right amount of space for all your absolute essentials. In comes these nifty treats from Burberry, Celine, Gucci and Louis Vuitton, all of which are certified classics that fit the profile to a T.

What else do these miniature hobos have in common apart from their size? Iconic monograms from the respective fashion houses? Check. A short leather handle for sliding under the arm? Check. Round that off with a curved base to give it that unpretentious, casual vibe, and you’ve got four solid contenders to choose from.

The quartet starts with Burberry’s Vintage Check Cotton Olympia Pouch (SGD1250), with this stunner in Archive Beige being as classic as it gets. Measuring 21 cm by 12.5 cm, this compact pouch is sold together with a detachable strap that converts it from an SLG to a bag in no time at all. BURBERRY

Moving on to the perennial favourite from Celine, the Mini Ava (SGD1400) now comes in an even smaller size at 16 cm wide and 8.5 cm high. The White/Tan Triomphe Canvas makes it an eye-catcher even from afar, and the shoulder strap scores extra points in terms of length adjustments. CELINE

Gucci’s Ophidia GG Mini Bag (SGD1510) is a relatively new style that comes in Beige/Blue GG Supreme Canvas. The spacious 20 cm by 15 cm design opens to a single compartment with 2 card slots, and the entire bag is pretty lightweight at just 226 grams when empty. GUCCI

Rounding up the lot is the Loop bag (SGD3350) from Louis Vuitton. The half-moon handbag in Navy Blue denim jacquard is a refreshing change from the usual monogram canvas, and this style also comes with an extra gold-tone chain if you ever decide to switch the look up.

One of the bigger styles at 23 cm wide and 13 cm high, the Loop will be able to fit up to an #iPhone13ProMax comfortably as well. LOUIS VUITTON

For more information, do visit the brands’ respective sites


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