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5 Things You Should Have in Your Status Anxiety Bag

Status Anxiety has been producing "damn fine leather goods" for almost 20 years now. From wallets and hats to sunglasses and belts, they've got something for everyone who appreciates ethically-sourced and sustainable leather products.

If you haven't gotten your hands on any of their items yet, a Status Anxiety bag would be a fantastic place to start. Their bags are both fashionable and functional and will make you glad you decided to buy them versus other designer bags.

After purchasing a bag, you'll be able to fill it with all of your favourite handbag essentials. We're going to walk you through some of the different things you should stick into your bag so that you'll have everything you need when you're away from home.

Here are some things you will always be able to keep in your Status Anxiety bag...

1. Mobile Phone & Headphones

Like most people throughout the world, Australians can't live without their mobile phones these days. One recent survey found that the average Australian spends about 150 minutes on their phone each day!

If you want to make it easy to access your mobile phone at any point, you should definitely walk around with a Status Anxiety bag on your arm. Something like this Plunder Leather Crossbody Bag will provide you with plenty of room for your phone.

You might also want to think about sticking a pair of Apple AirPods into your bag along with your phone so that you always have them handy. This Miracle Worker AirPod Pro Case will do the trick when it comes to providing your AirPods with the necessary protection while they're tucked away in your bag.

2. Wallet

Your mobile phone is probably going to be the first thing that you'll want to throw into your bag. We're not exaggerating when we say that most people won't be able to survive out in the world without their phones!

But your wallet should be a close second in terms of what you put into your bag. You aren't going to make it very far if you head out of your home without having your wallet.

Fortunately, Status Anxiety has you covered in this department, too. You can choose from any number of great wallets, like this Audrey Women's Wallet.

The Audrey Women's Wallet is made out of full-grain French calf leather and—get this—water that comes directly from the Alps (no, really!). It also has 14 card slots and a special zippered-up compartment where you can lock things up tight. It'll fit nicely inside something like the Worst Behind Us Bag.

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3. Makeup & Moisturiser

Believe it or not, recent studies have suggested that the average Australian woman spends about $3,600 on beauty products each year. That includes everything from fake eyelashes to haircuts to makeup.

If you're spending anywhere close to that on beauty products, you should have at least some of them on you at all times. Status Anxiety bags like this Last Mountains bag will set you up with more than enough space to bring some of your makeup along with you when you hit the road.

It'll help you fit all of your makeup and even leave enough room for a bottle of moisturiser. This moisturiser will work wonders for the large percentage of Australians who have been battling skin dryness since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

4. Reading Glasses & Sunglasses

Do you have a tough time reading things these days without a pair of reading glasses?

It'll be easy to keep reading glasses on you when you have this Best Lies Bag against your waist. The bag makes it easy to get access to things like reading glasses at a moment's notice.

And speaking of reading glasses, how about picking up a new pair of reading glasses or sunglasses from our IZIPIZI collection? This lineup would be worth checking out if you're not familiar with it yet.

5. Car & House Keys

It'll be important for you to find room in whichever bag you buy for all the handbag essentials on this list. But none of these items will be quite as essential as your car and house keys.

The problem, of course, is that it can be tricky trying to make space for bulky sets of keys in something like this All-Nighter Bag. You could very well clutter your bag up with the keys if you're not careful.

It's why you should grab a Leather Key Organiser from Orbitkey to keep your keys organised better in your Status Anxiety bag. You'll be able to get to them with ease without having to tear through everything that's in your bag while you're out.

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