I have started to detect the slightest change in the weather here in Florida. The season of tunics and leggings is soon to be upon us: I can just feel it!
I decided to get into the spirit a bit early by pairing a sleeveless tunic with leggings for the time being. It is still in the mid-80s here, after all. I spotted this snakeskin print tunic at Target recently, and I could not resist picking it up. It is a great piece to pair with leggings as-is right now, but will also be great topped with a sweater or light jacket once the nip in the air gets a bit stronger.
And I do have to point out my new camera bag. It might look slightly familiar: I have been toting a Dre Hartmann Cameron Hobo for a few years now. This, however, is the Monaco Satchel (also by Dre Hartmann). If you’re on the hunt for a camera bag that poses as a regular handbag, this is a great option. The tan canvas with black leather detailing is a fantastic color combination and is versatile for many outfits. Plus, right now all of the Dre Hartmann bags are being sold for $99 – how fantastic is that?!?
The interior of the bag is padded and lined. There are three detachable dividers included inside; you can configure them to accommodate your gear and other items accordingly!
As you can see, my DSLR paired with a 35mm lens fits comfortably in about 1/3 of the bag; there is plenty of room available for additional lenses, my wallet, and more. Although I do love the shoulder straps of the bag, there is also a detachable cross body strap included if you’d like to have your arms free/if you are carrying heavier equipment. I love that I have another option for toting my camera around town in a safe manner. When you have a DSLR camera, it is important to keep it protected!
Snakeskin print tunic: Mossimo, purchased at Target // Leggings: 90° by Flex, purchased at Marshalls // Wedges: Jessica Simpson, purchased at Marshalls (previous season, similar at Dillards) // Nail polish: Bahama Mama by Essie // Monaco Satchel camera bag: c/o Dre Hartmann
Do you have a camera bag for your DSLR?