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Shoulder Style: Deena & Ozzy Snap Clutch

Submitted by on June 30, 2011 – 5:43 pmNo Comment |

I’m a huge proponent of big bags.  For work, I can’t live without my oh-so-structured Michael Kors Hamilton Tote.  For travel, I love  my Longchamp Le Pliage (it’s water resistant and worth every penny).  And for everyday use, I have been sporting my navy Elisa Atheniense bag for years.  (Sorry that pic is so small. I can’t find the bag online anymore.)

However, all these bags have left me with a shoulder cramp and a slight lean to the right (as that’s the shoulder I tend to carry my bags on).

Enter Urban Outfitter’s Deena & Ozzy Snap Clutch.  This little (and I do mean little) gem is surprisingly cavernous, and holds more loot than I thought possible.  Take today, for example:  I managed to stuff two lip glosses, one mascara tube, all of my major credit cards, 10 receipts, my Blackberry, car keys and one small notebook–all without making the clutch bulge.  And the best part? It literally felt like I wasn’t carrying a thing on my shoulder.

Seriously! In just one week of wearing the clutch, I already feel the tension melting from my shoulders.  Big bag addicts, I highly recommend spending $39 for this ergonomically pleasing purse.  This means you, @everywhereist.

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