The purse tells you what she likes; the contents tell you who she is

Name: Terra Jolé

Occupation: Singer, actress, basically an entertainer

Occasion: Little Legends at 7 p.m. at the Harmon Theater also known as Krave

What kind of handbag? Sportsac. Nothing fancy; just something to throw over my shoulder.

How much did it cost? $65 on sale! Whahoo!

Where did you get it? Toronto, Canada, while doing “The Radio City Christmas Spectacular.”

What does your handbag say about you? Nerdy girl who is not very hip on fashion.

Why did you choose this handbag today? This is my bag everyday unless I’m going out on the town. Then I take a small clutch purse.

What do you like about this handbag? Lots of pockets to organize my “purse life.”

How many handbags do you own? Only four. Is that sad?

What’s the most you ever paid for a handbag? $300 and that was a splurge. I’m usually a true hippie and don’t spend a lot of money on a glam bag.

Image is … something that I thought would never affect me. Being little at 4-foot-2 you learn how to not care what other people think. Being spotted as “Mini Britney” really makes me make sure I don’t look like a total crazy person when leaving the house.

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