Back in the 90s backpacks were the IT bag. Was it because I was a kid then that’s why that’s how I see it? Maybe. But as far as I can recall, even oldies (sorry Mom) like wearing (those designer houndstooth) backpacks. Two decades later and I see it on look books, OOTDs, even on a regular day and I just don’t mean kids who go to school and men who use it as their essential bag for carrying their things. As women who have a sense of simplicity find the ever reliable backpack to be nifty. Now I have come to appreciate backpacks even more for they’re practical & conventional. Not to mention, I’ve got one that I like very much.
Meet my Baggu backpack. It’s simple in design but high in style. It’s great not only for school and traveling but also for a full day at work or errands as it can fit all your daily essentials.
I like the magnetic clasps perfectly consorted with drawstring to secure the contents inside the bag.
The slack manner of the bag once you hump it over your shoulder gives a casual and relax vibe.
It fits my wallet, make up kit, gadget pouch, shades, glasses, a book, a ziplock of snacks (because I’m afraid to go hungry), and even even my 11″ MacBook. All these stuffed inside the Baggu backpack, all without having to be cocky being bulky.
The Baggu backpack comes in solid neutral colors and cute prints too.
Another addition to the Baggu family is their Duck bag. A perfect bag to wear for strolling in the mall or going on road trips. It’s a multi-way tote bag that has a detachable shoulder strap so you can carry it over your shoulders as a sling bag or hold it as a tote bag.
It comes in different attractive colors and prints as well.
Loving this Baggu chestnut!
Let’s not forget Baggu’s first product, their reusable tote bags.
Baggu nylon bags are made to carry your stuff for years. They’re made from ripstop nylon with double stitched seams- each bag can hold up to 50 lbs. This means no ripped seams and a bag that lasts longer.
The bags are assembled form one continuous piece of material, with the cut out portion used to construct its carrying pouch.
Baggu initially began with a collection of eight bags whose shape and construction is modelled after the iconic plastic grocery bag. To date, the line has expanded to include over 150 styles of reusable canvas and nylon bags, best known for their trademark palter of vibrant solids, fluorescents, everyday neutrals, bold stripes and patterns used on simple silhouettes.
Here’s my cute printed Baggu eco bags.
And because August is one of my favorite months (its my birth month and my blog anniversary) I’m holding a giveaway with Baggu!
Three readers of Go Jackie Go will win one of these Baggu eco bags.
How to join? The usual like and love mechanics is required as well as posting this colourful Baggu bag photo on your Facebook wall.
In order for you to join and for your entry to qualify, don’t forget to save this photo and share this on your Facebook page (make sure your post is set to public so we can see it) and answer this: How would you use your Baggu bag?
So we can easily monitor your entries, let’s use the ever reliable Rafflecopter.
This giveaway will run from today August 1, 2014 to August 31, 2014. Winners will be announced on Go Jackie Go’s Facebook page so be sure to like it okay? 🙂 The winners will need to claim their Baggu bags on their preferred date and time at The Travel Club store of their choice.
Such a perfect way to start my birth & blog month no? 🙂 Go join ha? You’ll love August as much as I do for I have a lot in store for you! 🙂
Baggu is exclusively distributed in the Philippines by the Primer Group of Companies and is available at selected Bratpack stores and The Travel Club stores nationwide.