There are a lot of bags out there, and you should probably own a few different kinds. But do any of them help save you time, or do they become bottomless pits full of loose change, old receipts, and maybe your keys?
Finding a bag that really strikes the balance between style and function is a key to having a productive commute. A bag that has dedicated pockets for everything, from a phone changer to your water bottle, is incredibly important to staying organized, and therefore, more productive. Try one of these and make sure you're getting the most out of your bag.
Kenneth Cole Reaction Pebbled Faux Leather Top Zip Tote
If your regular tote bag looks like a tornado hit it, this is the bag for you. This pebbled (faux) leather tote has an exterior pocket with organized slip compartments for wallets, phones, and the like. The main compartment has a zippered, padded tablet pocket, a padded laptop sleeve, and room for basically anything else you could possibly need on your person.
You've probably seen the NOMATIC backpack around the internet, and for good reason. This modular bag has a pocket for everything, a flap that folds completely open for easy unloading, a side zipper for access while on the go, and a removable panel made to hold your laptop and all its accessories.
Studio Bag Medium
Also, mentioning Caraa again because they also make a killer duffle/backpack hybrid that is gorgeous and perfect for the weekend warriors out there.
BRINCH Laptop Backpack
What looks like a simple backpack on the outside has hidden features like a USB charging port, a large capacity compartment with a dedicated laptop sleeve, dual side pockets, and more. The exterior is also waterproof, which means this backpack is perfect for commuting or traveling, in case you get caught in a surprise storm.
COOLIFE Carry On
This simple carry-on suitcase features a fold-out front pocket that fits up to a 15” laptop plus cords and chargers for all your gadgets. Inside is a pocketed divider to help you keep your toiletries, valuables, and other small items organized.
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