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    Thursday, September 9, 2010

    My Epiphanie Bag Review

    I've been obsessing over these bags since I saw them featured on The Momtographers. A camera bag purse? Right up my alley. And look at them....so pretty. And with names like Belle, Ginger and Lola how could you go wrong? I already had a camera bag (which was really just a backpack) so I resisted ordering an Epiphanie bag. Then once I saw that my good friend Carol-Ann had bought Lola in Black I said 'to hell with it' and ordered Lola in Red.

    Well look what came. Isn't she lovely?

    There is a whole lot I love about the bag, but what I love most is that it fits my Canon 50D WITH a battery grip AND the 50mm 1.4, 70-200 f4, Speedlite flash, 50mm, 17-40 f4 along with my wallet, ipod, extra batteries, cell phone and any other random things I may need to take with me. It's also not THAT big (although many men who've seen me with the bag will disagree) so it's not like I'm having to haul around luggage everywhere I go-much like how I feel when I take my backpack. It comes with a shoulder strap as well so I can use it while I shoot. Plus I look so damn stylish.

    Here is my love in the driveway
    THE INSIDE IS PURPLE!!! How cute is that? Here you can see that it's holding all my equipment...except for my camera because...well I needed that. So where my wallet and Ipod are is where I'd keep my camera.
    How cute is this? The side pocket is perfect for keeping my phone and business cards handy.



    The only negative thing about the bag was how much it cost to ship it to Canada. That and I have a hard time NOT using it as my daily purse.



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    4 comments:

    Carol-Ann said...

    I`m not gonna lie - Lola is my new daily companion :p

    Anonymous said...

    Thanks so much for the fantastic review! :) maile @ epiphanie

    Kiki said...

    Can I ask? how much WAS it to ship to Canada? And were there additional taxes and duties? Ginger is calling my name . . .

    Anonymous said...

    I would also like to know how much it cost to ship to Canada.

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