The bag should be as light as possible. I find that a purse that has a expandable strap is the best. Some days might be alright over the shoulder, but some days call for a cross-over bag. I would like a nice waist purse that is not ugly to wear when I go shopping so I don't have to worry about a purse at all. What about a nice wallet that has a belt for shopping and the put it in the purse for other times. There is some very nice pleather that is light and comes in colors. I would like something like a messenger bag with a flap with magnetic closure, and at least 2 sections, one with a zipper with easy slide pull. It should be at least large enough to put an IPad in. The wallet could be a mini-messenger bag.View Thread
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