Bellroy x whatveewore: Work Campaign

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I’m so excited to share that from this week you’ll be seeing my face across Bellroy’s socials and online store. After sharing countless work outfits featuring their bags, Bellroy asked me to be part of their Work campaign – a project unlike any I’ve done before. 

The Bellroy team flew to Sydney to meet me about a month ago and we spent a day shooting a day in my life. Who knew that whipping out a *backpack strut*™ could land me one of my most exciting projects so far?! I whipped out the camera and vlogged the day (as well as the week leading up to it), so you can watch some of the behind the scenes action here:

Shooting with a professional photographer & videographer was great fun and I was just pinching myself all day to be part of it. I learned so much from seeing the team do their thing and I’m so pleased with the final result. As a true fan of the brand, I loved being involved in showcasing some of their rising stars – the Tokyo Wonder Tote and the Tokyo Crossbody Bag – the newest additions to Bellroy’s line up of bags. 

Bellroy Tokyo Wonder Tote*, Bellroy Classic Backpack* (on my boys), Everlane Mac Coat* (sz XXS), Sezane top (sz XS), Anine Bing skirt (sz S, also here and here), R.M. Williams boots (also here, read my review here)

As you know, I bought my Tokyo Totepack over a year ago after a long search for the perfect backpack for work. I’ve waxed lyrical in several YouTube videos about how much I love the bag (see here and here). So it feels like I’ve come full circle to be involved in a campaign featuring their newest products as part of the Tokyo line.

Another perk of being involved is that I got my hot little hands on the the Tokyo Wonder Tote and Tokyo Crossbody Bag weeks before their launch – and I’ve put both bags to good use over the past few weeks. A lot of those outfits can finally be shared now that both bags are no longer under embargo!

Bellroy Tokyo Crossbody Bag*, Bellroy Tokyo Wonder Tote*, Everlane Mac Coat* (sz XXS), Sezane top (sz XS), Anine Bing skirt (sz S, also here and here), R.M. Williams boots (also here, read my review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

As always, thanks for stopping by. And a huge thanks to Bellroy for getting me involved in this campaign! I can’t wait to share more with you soon.

P.S. Check out the best laptop bags for work and all my daily outfits here.


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