I’ve two new Radley bags that I am just thrilled about. One because I love the classic plushness of a Radley bag and the fact that they make styles that never go out of fashion. Two because I love those darn Radley dogs. I’m sure they must have dozens of them on file for “social appearances” but once in London I got to have some strokes of the Radley dogs in a store and it was amazing.
The Greyfriars Gardens cross-body works perfectly as a camera bag; it comfortably fits my camera plus 45mm lens, and I love that it has small zipped pockets inside that are perfect for spare batteries and memory cards. The matching Greyfriars Gardens tote zips at the top (always a huge plus for me otherwise I worry that I’ll be pickpocketed in a crowd and there are multiple separate compartments inside that snap and zip.)
I opted for the ink blue colour because it was so lush – so blue that it’s nearly black at some angles. I’m a big fan of neutral colours in bags. They style easily; with anything at any time. So I rarely find myself drawn to statement bags.
That being said, the tote also came in the best bright pink shade that I tore myself away from. (Take a peak at all their tote bags. There are some beautiful bags on sale at the moment if that tempts you even more!)
You may have spotted the bag in an unboxing section in my vlog from yesterday!
I’ve been wearing a lot of swing dresses lately, not because I think they are exceedingly flattering on me. (I understand, they aren’t flattering me in the slightest.) Nor is it because I’m covering up a pregnancy tum (unless it’s a pastry baby). However, swing dresses are so comfortable. I hate any feeling of constriction in clothing and with extra roomy dresses, I can curl up on the sofa, sit cross-legged on the floor whilst remaining decent, and put my feet up on a train seat (naughty, I know.)
This post is in collaboration with Radley but all thoughts are forever my own.
What is your go-to camera bag?