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Name: Sheena Alonzo

Occupation: Bartender at Hawaiian Tropic Zone

Occasion: Every occasion. I use it for everything.

What kind of handbag? It is a medium-sized black Coach tote.

How much did it cost? Priceless because it was from my best friend.

Where did you get it? It was a gift from my best friend.

Tell us about the first handbag you ever bought. The first handbag I bought was for homecoming my freshman year of high school. It was a black sparkle clutch with silver and blue sequins to match my dress. I remember thinking it was so fancy.

Why did you choose this handbag today? I use it almost every day. It is perfect for everything.

What do you like about this handbag? I love Coach purses because they are sophisticated and classic. I love the style and the sleek look. It holds everything I could even imagine.

How many handbags do you own? Five. I don’t use them for work, so I rarely ever buy them. I will only buy a new handbag for a special occasion or to match with a certain outfit.

What’s the most you ever paid for a handbag? I’d have to say this was probably one of the most expensive. Since I normally don’t need or buy them, I don’t mind a splurge when I find one I can’t live without.

Image is … expressing individuality.

What’s in your handbag? Clockwise from top: Samsung cell phone, Be My Guest Hawaiian Tropic free meal cards, keys, Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Lip Gloss in Melonrageous and Ross brown leather wallet.

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