January 23, 2017

#SupportLokalPH: Pravi

Recently, I've been discovering a number of local (i.e. Filipino) independent businesses. Some of them I've discovered online (on Facebook or on Instagram), others in bazaars. I realize how challenging it is for them to compete with the global market--just look at the shops in our malls and you'll see that most of the brands are from foreign companies ("local" businesses are usually re-sellers na lang)--so in my own little way, I would like to help promote their brand by featuring some of my favorite purchases in this blog.


Genuine Leather Accessories Handcrafted in Manila

(Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pravibags/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pravibags/)

I've been putting off buying another leather bag for the longest time, but something about the new year just gets me in the mood for shopping. After some start-of-the-year cleaning, I had to retire my Kelly Moore camera bag, which made me realize that most of the bags I own are in the Big and Roomy department. Because of this, I convinced myself that I needed a replacement bag that fits the Everyday Average-Sized description. 

My measly attempt to flat lay my Pravi haul.

I've been following Pravi for almost as long as I have been following Costal Bags, but it is only now that I have decided what bag I would like to buy. My recently retired Kelly Moore guided me to the direction of a hobo-style bag, which led me to purchase Pravi's Florence (3,850 PhP).

The Florence features a cloth-lined interior and three inner pockets.