Monday, August 17, 2015

Innisfree x Krabag eco-bags


I'm completely obsessed with the limited edition Krabags from Korea that were produced exclusively for Innisfree. I think it might be because the retro floral print looks so Cath Kidston. Ultra shabby-chic!

They're available this month in Singapore, FREE with any purchase of an Innisfree Cushion at SGD$34 (the full case, not just the refill). I'm actually not sure how long they'll be available so if you like the look of these you should go down to an Innisfree store soon.

There are 2 designs and I was sent the pastel aqua one below as part of a press preview, but I LOVED the "vintage-esque" floral print and the quality of these so much that I went and got the other design myself. Never mind that I don't actually need another cushion. And never mind that they were out of the BB formula I wanted. I just like these bags too much.


I never remember to bring reusable bags out even though they're more long-wearing and eco-friendly. Well these are sturdy, comfortable to hold, can be folded or rolled up easily, AND - they look good, so I've not had any trouble remembering to bring mine out to carry groceries or anything that won't fit in my tote. I do not expect anything to come apart at the seams on me - as some cheap dollar-bags from grocery stores were wont to in the past.

Plus they're not hard to throw in the laundry, although I haven't actually tried that cos I'm not sure if they might fade.



When I picked up the white with red floral print, I asked the sales assistant if we could choose the design of the bag we got, and she looked slightly puzzled and said "there's only one design" so I'm assuming you need to go to different stores if you want 2 different designs.

I can't decide which one I like more though. I like both of them equally. They have their charms. On first look, the white and red is prettier, more cheerful. But that soft aqua one really grew on me. It looks more vintage in a way, and I love it.

Whichever you prefer though, they beat the ugly bright green reusable bags you see at the supermarket.



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