You'll never see me put it on the floor in the subway. It goes on my lap. While on the streets, if I need to grab something from inside I prop my bag onto a surface or balance the base with one hand. But, when you're at a restaurant what is a girl to do? You can put it behind your back - that's not very comfy. You can swing it from you chair - but that's an easy take for thieves. That's why I always use a purse hook. There are plenty on the market these days ranging from $10 to $100! The issue with many hooks it that they are either really ugly or beyond juvenile. Really, I need a pink circle with white hearts on it staring at me while I eat Miso Glazed Halibut at Asia de Cuba? Which brings me to Pavina Handbag Holders. A few weeks ago, I was sent The Ladybug handbag hook made from metal and decorated with enamel and Swarovski crystals. At $60 it's certainly on the more expensive side, but it's a very strong piece, a work of art and you really only need one so splurge a little and get something truly special. Consider it jewelry for your handbag. You've earned it. Oh, and each hook comes in it's own pouch for easy storage in your handbag. I even keep extra business cards in this case.
Have a bag-a-licious day!
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