This post has been sponsored by Kipling. All opinions are my own.
Fall has hit the Inland Empire and I have had a ball bringing out my cooler weather outfits and accessories. It's been in fact pretty chilly, but then there are those weird days when we get up to 90 degrees. In a way that's good for us because it means I don't have to go all heavy like during the winter months. Instead some simple layering, my two year old combat boots, a new scarf, my brand new Kipling Kellyn Handbag and I am ready to go.
The other day as I was getting ready to order my bag, I took a look in my closet and noticed how every bag I own is teeny tiny. That's why I always have my hands full, nothing ever fits into my tiny purses. I decided it was time to go for a bigger bag that would fit everything that I carry with me, plus I wanted it to be cute of course! You know I'm a pretty casual kind of girl and the Kellyn Bag completely suits my everyday style along with my everyday life.
Casual and cool just like me and big enough to fit even my blogging gear. I can take this bag to school and carry my notebooks and my tablet and I can also fill it up with all of my sons snacks and diapers. I'm happy I ended up getting the black because I had originally wanted it in Dune Beige, but this way it will match everything.
Are you in the market to Dazzle & Delight a few lucky ladies in your life with a new handbag? Check out Kipling and use code HOLIDAYS30 for $30 off your $150 purchase. Kipling bags are so super cute and a great addition to any lucky girls wardrobe this holiday season.
Would you like to learn more about Kipling and their gorgeous designs? Join me during the #KiplingHoliday Tour which is making a stop in Los Angeles in a few weeks. Attendees will be welcomed to a spectrum of event highlights including: a Kipling Holiday Collection show wall, on-site monogramming, bespoke gift-wrapping, personalized sweets, photo booths, giveaways, and holiday DIY inspiration. For additional event details and to RSVP, please visit this page. I hope to see you at the Grove so we can delight in the event together.