The Genius Convertible Travel Tote.

December 1, 2015

navy layers

 

navy layers 
Does anyone remember the sporty tennis shoes where you could change out the color slots on the sides? I was ready to pull out all the stops to get those shoes and reasoned with my mom that I totally needed them. I was convinced it would save her money in the long run with how versatile they were. Well, I’m still the girl with an eye for smart design and a love for color! I think this is why I fell hard for the new
Lo & Sons Seville tote

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This is a convertible travel tote re-imagined to accommodate all of the features your dream tote would have. Or at least mine! Several padded pockets to secure belongings for travel and on the go purposes, organized, spacious, lightweight, high quality saffiano leather that is water and scratch resistant, and the coolest part? An interchangeable shell! You know when you find a dreamy bag and you just cannot decide on what color you will use the most? Well The Seville has an outer shell that you can snap off and swap with another color. You can imagine how this made my fashion and function loving heart beat wildly. I have used Lo & Sons travel bags for several years now, so I have seen how the quality outlasts the rest.

 

blues
 
Black and cream
 
Lo and Sons Seville Tote
 
interchangeable shell 
inside

 

I fit more than I thought was possible inside this tote. Laptop, books, notebook, wallet, phone, etc. with room to spare. It also comes with a complimentary lightweight shell called the Soft Touch Shell, that attaches and slides over a roller suitcase handles for easy carry on traveling. I am looking forward to trying this feature out on my next trip. It is a very easy way to change your tote to your look without the hassle of transporting all of your things into another bag.

These are just a few ways I styled the tote with both black and navy shell covers, but pretty sure this classic design would pair with multiple styles. What would be your number one feature in a tote? 
x, Anna

 

Look One: Seville Tote with Black Shell, Vegan leather panel leggings, Booties, Two-toned blouse, Blazer (sold out but similar)

Look Two: Seville Tote with Navy Shell, Navy Dress, OTK boots

*In partnership with Lo & Sons, photos by Morgan Blake, all thoughts expressed are my own.

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  • all these looks… all these looks…. absolutely lovely! those leather pants!!!! and the boots!!! and hair. ok girl, you’ve got it put all together very nicely 😉 send a sister some help 😉

  • This tote looks gorgeous and I love that you can change what color you have easily. I hate having to buy a different color purse for different outfits and this totally changes that problem.

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  • Your hair is amazing!!! The color and styles! Oh my goodness. Gorgeous photos as per usual!

    xo
    Karli

  • Anna! I just love your style and your blog, and that blue dress/jacket combo is to die for! Would you mind sharing the brand for the leather jacket? It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for!!

  • What a brilliant design – and no more organizing and reorganizing to switch out purses! And I totally love the braid/pony combo!!

  • That second photo is gorgeous! Love the composition and the lighting and your hair and your killer long lashes and your jacket and just everything about it. So so good!

  • That’s some size for a tote bag, and you can see the quality within the photos. I know their usually for women but tote bags are great for everyday.

    Buckets & Spades

  • At the bottom it says “*In partnership with Lo & Sons”. Does that mean they paid you to review it? I’m super interested in this bag and there aren’t many reviews online- that’s why i’m verifying. Thank you!!

    • Hi Rachel, Yes I was paid to write about my experience with the bag. I am really picky with who I partner with though, and since I had previously owned a Lo & Sons bag, was already a loyal fan:) They really are incredibly well made and built to last. I also love that it is a family owned business. Good luck on your hunt!

  • Charlene You

    I’m curious about the weight of the Seville – it looks so big and can carry a lot, but is it a heavy bag on its own?

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