5 Unhealthy Handbag Habits
What to Look for When Buying a Bag
Is your bag hurting your back? Follow these tips to be practical, but not boring, when buying a handbag.
Consider the heaviness of the bag itself.Some bags these days are outfitted with heavy hardware, like metal chains and buckles. Leather also adds weight to a bag. "They are heavy without anything in them," says Erickson. Feel how much the bag weighs when it's empty to gauge how much it will weigh with everything you carry on a daily basis.
Look for the right strap or handle.Erickson suggests jumping on the trend of handbags with small, briefcase-style handles that you hold in your hand instead of sliding onto your shoulder. Messenger bags are also good at distributing weight.
Make sure the bag fits.Believe it or not, some bags might not fit you the right way. "Get the height of the bag to match your sweet spot," says Erickson. "If it's too short you can't swing your arms, and if it's too long it messes up your gait.
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