How many of you are as excited as we are for Chinese New Year? For those of us who are celebrating, we don’t doubt that you’ve been trying to hurry and get all your shopping done before the beginning of the festivities, and you really need to look your best in case uncle or auntie say you look homeless because you wear ripped jeans to the reunion dinner.
So how do you get the most out of your CNY fashion? Well the answer might just be this: a cross-body bag in the shape of a mah jong tile.
You thought we kidding ah? For real leh! You can actually purchase these incredibly cute and super ang ang cross-body bags from the Facebook vendor ‘go streets or go home‘, who are based in Singapore.
There are plenty of designs to pick from to suit your fancy, so it’s all up to you which bag design you feel is going to bring you the most huat this CNY. But the sizes of the bags are otherwise all the same, measuring 11.5cm by 18cm by 7cm with a 115cm-long gold strap. So don’t worry, can fit ang pow one.
The bag itself comes with what we think is one large main compartment, but detailed photos don’t reveal the interior of the bag, so whether there are extra small pockets inside is debatable.
So how much do they cost? Each mah jong tile cross-body bag will cost SGD6 (RM18.26) before shipping, which means that they’re also relatively affordable!
How many of you are going to style it up this CNY with these cute looking bags? Show us how you plan on wearing your mah jong literally on your sleeves!
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