Z-joyee Women's Ladies Casual Vintage Hobo Canvas Daily Purse Top Handle Shoulder Tote Shopper Handbag
- Eco-friendly casual life style. Made of durable 16 oz washed; canvas100% cotton canvas handbag; Durable and fashionable.
- Dual carrying handles and zip top closure.
- Back pocket for easy access. Roomy fully lined fabric compartment. Cell phone and Wallet pouches; Interior zip.
- Overall dimension: Approx. 15.75"L x 12.99"H x 4.72" W / 15" Ipad fitting, easy to carry A4 size book.
- Please allow little color difference due to different camera or light environment
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It's smaller than I thought but it's still very roomy. The two tiny pockets on either side on the outside are very small and maybe holds like mints or chaptstick but the outer zipper pocket easily holds my smartphone, keys, and headphones. Inside there is a small zipper pocket where I keep my meds and hygiene products (very handy for that) then there are two large pockets inside which can hold a lot of my electronic gadgets, wallet, papers and etc. The two large pockets are divided by a large zipper pocket, I haven't even used that but it's nice to have.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the three handle options. The two smallest handles are really nice for just grabbing quickly, the shoulder strap handles are perfect and fit great on the average shoulder, the long crossbody strap is my favorite, when I'm walking to work and carrying like 4 bags with me I can just throw this one crossbody and it frees my hands to carry other things.
I got the grey color and I love it, very neutral, casual but not too casual...I still use it for work and I work in a professional office.
Overall, don't expect a designer $400 purse for $25 but I would say this purse is worth $50 for sure and you can expect to get more than your money's worth out of it.
With normal every day use this bag is falling apart: the outside stitching is coming apart. The strap is coming off of the bag, their is another section in the inside lining that is coming apart. Ad you can see in the pictures. I not rough or misusing the bag it simply is cheaply made.
It does not hold up against everyday use.
1) wouldn't be heavy before I even filled it
2) would have enough pockets for organization without going overboard
3) would be easy to haul around without getting in my way
4) wouldn't let me turn it into the Overstuffed Bag of What Is In Here?
This bag has all of that! As someone whose previous bags could double for suitcases, I wanted to go with a bag that didn't have so much hardware and leather-ish touches that the bag felt like it weighed 5 lbs before I even added anything to it. This bag is perfect for that. The canvas is very sturdy, the inside feels nice enough (not fancy, not cheap, just nice), and I'm good with that. The color is more teal than blue, but I'm also good with that. I'm not particularly fussy in regards to looks as much as function, here.
The straps are great. The tiniest ones, the hand-handles, I don't really use to carry the bag just spread it open, but the shoulder straps work well, and I adore the crossbody strap. As someone cursed with ample bosom--as Tahani Al-Jamil would say--the strap sits on my shoulder, doesn't really cut into my neck at all, goes right between the boobs, and the purse itself sits right at my hip perfectly. I can do what I have to, the purse stays where I put it, it also doesn't smack into anyone as I move around, and I'm really happy about that, let me tell you.
Now, the bag IS smaller than I thought it would be, just a bit, but only in a couple areas: the opening is pretty narrow so if you have anything wide, you have to kinda wiggle it in there (I discovered with a packet of paperwork that didn't wiggle so well), and it only widens so much into the base of the bag. My wallet and Kindle are both 7 inches long (according to Amazon, from whom I purchased both), so you can use that as a gauge.
To be clear: for my everyday hauling around, it's fine and dandy. I'm determined not to turn my purse into the Mystery Zone of WTF Is In There? again, so this is kind of a pro for me.
The other area where it's smaller are the very narrow (yet oddly deep?) side pockets, and speaking of, the little leather logo embellishment on one side didn't come on my purse, so I guess that either isn't added anymore, or it only comes on certain colors. Anyway, the little side pockets are narrow, but fit my inhaler and eyedrops great on one side, and a couple of pens on the other. They're pretty deep for such small pockets, but I like that I can have a pen easily accessible on the outside of my purse!
The inside of the purse is pretty standard. One side has a small and large pocket, the other side has a medium sized zippered pocket I keep a spare car key and a fidget cube in. The divider is another zippered compartment, but I don't keep much in there, to be honest. I keep a wallet on one side, my phone and Kindle on the other, and some Kleenex as needed. I could fit more, maybe a small crochet project, but I'm trying to start as uncluttered as possible. The outside of the purse has another pocket on one side, medium sized, where I keep a change purse. If I push it I could fit my phone, but it's a bit of a stretch.
One of my favorite bits about this bag is the flat bottom. I put the bag down, and it doesn't tip over like pretty much every other bag I've ever owned. When I'm wearing it crossbody, it's easy to reach in and grab what I'm looking for, thus far, even without looking, and keeps my bag right where I want it!
Overall, I'm really pleased with this bag. It does what I want, holds all my stuff, and keeps me on track with staying organized.
Next day: I was trying to figure out how I could possibly use this bag.. so I customized it this way. Got a stitch remover out and took the middle zipper totally out. That opened up the whole space in the bag! The divider zipper was pulling in the sides to make it so small. I also removed the pockets inside which were simply taking up space. Voila! The bag is much more useful to me now. Granted it's one space now, but it's not nearly so squashed. So for those of you who are unhappy with your purchase, you might try this. Since the inside lining isn't attached to anything, it's easy to do. My friend liked the idea so much she wants me to order one for her. Good luck!
I thought I could like carrying a large, bottomless purse, but turns out I can’t....I just didn’t love the shapeless hole that I was throwing everything into.
It will hold everything though, so if that’s your main criteria this would be perfect.
It seems well made for the price. The zipper quality didn’t seem fantastic, but I didn’t have any issues. It just seemed like it might break under heavy wear.
The canvas quality is good, and the color (I got gray) is pretty.
So, if you are Mary Poppins, this would be ideal. Unfortunately though, I am not, and I don’t need to carry lamps around with me most of the time.