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Elegant Street Oversized Shoulder Bag with Pouch Pendant

Oasap is an online site where you can purchase high quality, and trendy fashions at a great price!

I have been a fan of theirs since the first time I browsed the site. I could sit for hours going through the items, that change weekly, adding things to my ever-growing wish list.

This is my third time shopping at Oasap, and it is always a fast, convenient way to get what I want without leaving home. They have returns, but I have yet to use them, they are that good.

Usually I would show you photo from their website, but I will show you the two orders I have made.
This is the first garment I received, a slim printed vest top.
I love it, and wore it all summer long! It was so comfortable, but you can read more at my review.
The second garment I ordered was thick black seam-free leggings. 
 Which I also wore to day two at She's Connected this past weekend. It was cold, and with my sweater dress they looked awesome!! Anyway, you can check out that review too if you like.
And here is a sneak-peek from the conference where I wore them.
(Photo with author Cathy Buchanan)
So you can see how versatile they are. Also shows a range of great things from Oasap.

And now my opinion on the shoulder bag....
I used the bag for the conference this past weekend, since it was conservative enough and matched my suit. I loved the leather detail, and was happy the pouch inside could hold my ID and such, and the best part is that is was attached. You couldn't pull it out and steal my ID. Not that I thought someone would, but you just never know.... 
It was easy to carry all I needed, a notebook, pens, business cards, snacks because I am diabetic, my meds to go along with that, a bottle of water, and tons of swag got thrown in as well throughout the weekend. Although I did carry a shopping bag inside my bag, to hold that swag.
Still this bag was sturdy, comfortable and held up well.
I love it!

So listen ladies, especially you who shop online. Go and check out the website, you never know what you will find that will flip your switch, and I am positive, even if it's an accessory like mine, you will find something.

5/5

DISCLAIMER: I received a bag for review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. All the pieces are super cute! I'll have to check out the website and order some new clothes! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Love me a large bag that holds everything and my Kindle!

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  3. Love the sweater dress! What a perfect way to wear leggings.

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