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    yeah, totes are pretty popular nowadays, it seems.
    i just have a med size barrel handbag. i wish i didn't have to carry one, but i can't fit all the shit in my pocket.

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    That is interesting, I notice that ESFJs that I know tend to carry really large bags, big totes and oversize designer hobo bags.

    Huge bags are not my style. For my day-to-day, I carry a smart satchel handbag, seasonal, but not too trendy. I like to be prepared, but I don't stuff it with everything but the kitchen sink. Can switch to a tote if I need to carry a lot with me. Clutches are only for parties for me. If I need only the essentials, I like to use a wristlet.
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    I carry this most places:


    For classier occasions I have something more delicate and small:
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    I prefer my handbag small with a long shoulder strap. Though really I'd prefer clothes with bigger pockets, like the men have.
    Why oh why are those fashion designers STILL clinging to the idea that beautiful = impractical?
    You know, there ARE women whose Te is stronger than their Se. (but I guess none of those become a fashion designer )
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    me with one of many bags.
    not dishevled.
    not bag lady
    wilsons leather, metallic gold/brown silver chain

    one I wear now during the day which is tan Liz Claborne print medium, classy.
    night bag, large black with buckles (Aldo), snake skin clutch, or a leather solid color small bag in yellow, red, lime green with gold detail... etc

    I love purses, and Wilson's leather.

    Sometimes I wear a gem money clip, and id in coat pocket, and leave the purse.

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    I like bags that could fit my laptop in, ones that can go over my shoulder are ideal, messenger bags are great and/or ones that look funky. Stuff like:

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    I want my hands to be free and I also ride a bike a lot, so my bags should be big (to carry around all the junk) with long straps, preferably messenger bags.
    too bad these are not in fashion. not that I care about the fashion but it means I actually have only one handbag that I actually use (and several I rarely use).
    I used to have backpacks, but I reckon I'm too old for them now *sigh

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    If I'm not going to school, I have my messenger bag. It isn't even letter-sized, and the strap is the perfect length. I too like to have both hands at the ready for reading, knitting, hand-to-hand combat, and obscene gestures.

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