I remember uploading these pictures in Beijing… It. took. forever. Opposite House is a trendy boutique hotel in the Sanlitun Village. We popped in one night to admire the lobby. And I returned later to enjoy dinner at Bei. The lobby is laid out like an art exhibition. Attendants are unobtrusive. We admired the porcelain cheongsam, sweeping ceilings, and shiny surfaces.
I picked up this little bag when I was in Beijing’s 798 Art District. Due to its trapezoidal shape (which is unseen from this angle), I can fit a ton of stuff including my Olay sunscreen, blistex chapstick, mophie charger, charging cable, compact umbrella, money, etc. What I love most is that it can go crossbody, I can knot the long strap, it can be folded for easy packing, and it was only $14. I’ve been wearing it a lot lately for the lack of finding another crossbody bag in my just-moved-and-unpacked apartment! I was tempted by other designs/colors at the point of purchase (see second pic), but am glad I went with a solid red.
Hong Kong… check.
Bangkok… bound in T-12!
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