Happy Friday my loves, how are you? I hope you are having an amazing day. I have just realised that you are on your summer break now which means, if I work really hard, I could get more posts out for you!
Today’s post I am super excited to write up because it’s been on the cards for a very long time. Before I start, I would like to say that this blog post is a review on the Cottonbagco “❤️ Bath” bag that I was very kindly gifted. I will leave a few links to their website and social media’s after the post. For now, let’s head to Bath.
I ended up going to Bath on what has been recorded as the hottest day in the UK, which was very stupid of me! Luckily it wasn’t quite the 39 degrees that London found themselves in, but walking around in the blazing sun, I still had a temperature of 33 degrees.
Bath is a gorgeous place and I am at some point going to head down and make a full day of visiting at some point, but my afternoon just walking around the Abbey and stopping off to look at a few stalls on the way was enough for me. I thoroughly enjoyed myself, I was able to say a prayer for someone I lost recently and light a candle for her in the Abbey.
I took my “❤️ Bath” bag with me because I wanted something light weight to carry my purse, water and other handbag essentials, just without having to carry a handbag.
I took a few pictures of the bag in the Abbey too.
After a long walk around we decided it was time to make our way back to the car and head home so we didn’t all burn. On our way we found some cute little shops and some stalls that had some pretty cool hats. We decided to have a little fashion show trying on different styled hats (I do not suit hats, Jack on the other hand really suits a trilby). We stopped by a quirky little cafe to buy a drink too, that’s where I found this cool chair!
I love things that are a little different and Bath is full of them! I cannot wait to go back and visit.
What I think of the Cottonbagco ❤️ Bath bag
I actually really liked it! It was super lightweight, the handles are long enough for me to put the bag on my shoulder and it was able to hold everything in without it feeling heavy or without it changing the shape of the bag.
The bag isn’t super harsh material either which is fantastic because I cannot stand canvas type bags that are hard and scratch at your skin.
I had never been to Bath before and so I was very impressed with the design that’s on the bag. Walking around, I saw the bridge that is beautifully printed onto the bag, the Abbey (which is my favourite place in Bath so far) and it’s also added the park into the design.
I know that Cottonbagco have other designs so I’ll leave a link to all of them and to their social media channels here for you.
I couldn’t find a direct link to purchase a pre-made bag so I’m not too sure if you can actually purchase these yourself directly from them, but here is their website, they have an email address so if you are interested, feel free to send them a message. Here it is Cottonbagco.
Thank you all so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed my post, if you have, be sure to let me know by leaving a like and comment below. I’d love to see any of your reviews if you have worked with Cottonbagco before?
I’m heading home today so a new post will be live on Monday.
Sending you all my love,