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Keeping it simple

By | May 18th 2011

Eve Adhiambo, an events organiser in Mombasa loves a big classy bag

By Wambui Thimba

What bag are you carrying today?

It’s a red structured handbag.

How many bags do you have?

Eve Adhiambo

Nine handbags and 15 clutch purses.

What do you like about this bag?

It’s big and spacious.

Do you carry your clutches during the day?

No, I mostly use them when going out at night.

Where did you buy this bag?

Some shop in town. I can’t remember the name.

Where do you buy your bags?

Mostly from a shop called Reloaded in town.

What kind of bags do you like?

Big, spacious, fancy and classy bags.

What’s in your bag today?

Camera, Sony Ericsson phone, pink Louis Vuitton wallet, Mary Kay moisturiser, Black Opal pressed powder, Nivea lotion, handkerchief, eyeshade palette, LA colours eyeliner, two lip-glosses, sunglasses, two pairs of earrings, wet wipes and hand lotion.

What would you never leave the house without?

My wallet because it has my ATM card.

What should every girl in Mombasa have in her bag?

It very hot in Mombasa, meaning one sweats a lot. It is, therefore, good to have a handkerchief and wet wipes.

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