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La Bolsa Bags: Classy and Durable Bags 100% Filipino Made
When In Manila, online shops have not only invaded Facebook, but Instagram as well! I’m an Instagram addict and I confess that I really browse through it a lot! Thanks to that browsing habit of mine, I bumped into the classy, fashionable and functional La Bolsa Bags by Michelle Go.
La Bolsa Bags by Michelle
Started last year, La Bolsa by Michelle has quickly invaded Instagram. With over 17 thousand followers on Instagram, surely she has caught customers attention in and out of the country! Not to mention, these bags are 100% Filipino made!
The first time I saw La Bolsa bags on Instagram, I was hooked to it and viewed it everyday. I find La Bolsa Bags classy and elegant at reasonable prices. And so I messaged Michelle, and true enough, she was so accommodating and replies fast to her customers. I was almost sure that I wanted a La Bolsa Bag. But of course, I won’t be convinced if I don’t see the bags live and so I went to one of their bazaars and found out how friendly and welcoming her staff are. Not only that, the styles are indeed classy, durable and really affordable for its quality.
I love how La Bolsa Bags come in different colors and styles! Surely you will find that perfect piece for you. As for me, I am settled with my teal colored La Bolsa Cez that I bring to work everyday. It’s been 3 months, still, my bag looks like the first time I got hold of it! Really durable!
Truly, La Bolsa Bags by Michelle Go has proven the credibility of the product! Fashionable and elegant that even celebrities like Sunshine Cruz, Lorna Tolentino, Aubrey Miles, Bong Revilla Jr., Say Alonzo, Gladys Reyes and a lot more have been using La Bolsa Bags too!
Kaye Abad, Lorna Tolentino, Ramon Revilla Jr. using La Bolsa Bags