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Treesje's Spring-Summer Handbags: Rock & Roll, Light as a Feather

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Some things that make a bag good: handsomeness, largesse (or smallness, depending), lightness, ease of use, just-enough interior and exterior pocketry, a by-and-large absence of logos, straps that can be worn at least two different ways, and not-your-neighbor's bag.

We've been a big fan of Treesje bags since the brand launched a few years ago—their unique, laid-bag styling, broad range of colors, smart interior pockets and key holder, and non-pretention really sold us at first glance. But when we picked one up for the first time? Like featherweight.
· Treesje handbags [Official Site]