Again, with the reused stuff. I promise I have other things on my mind, but this stuff is just so great and varied that it’s hard to not want to write about it. As anyone that reads this regularly will know, I’m kind of obsessive over reused things to the point where I will go out of my way to buy those types of things over brand new things. It’s a thing about me, but it helps me save money and buy more responsibly, so I go with it. Just go with it.
If we haven’t talked about one thing enough, that would be bags. I have to admit that I don’t really use bags all that much for anything (other than my backpack), so that may be why there’s been a marked absence of them from the blog, but here they are. It’s their time to shine, so what do they have to offer? Well, for one, they have the Oasis bag– which should be more than enough.
What’s so great about the Oasis bag is that it is obviously made out of recycled materials, but it is also so much more than that. After all, there are a lot of bags out there that are made out of recycled stuff, but that’s not enough to sell everyone on a bag. You need it to look good too, right? Well, you get that with the Oasis bag, as there are a lot of really neat different colors and patterns to choose from. This stems from a few different things, but the two most prevalent are that the bags are handmade and they are made out of different types of remnants.
Not only will your bag be made by a unique person that can put their own creative spin on the bag, but it will be made out of unique materials with different patterns. This is great because it means that you will not be carrying around a bag that is also being carried around by a dozen other people everywhere you go.