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Do you prefer a handbag that fits over your shoulder or one that you have to carry?

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Yes, I definitely do prefer a bag that goes over my shoulder.
I find these far more convenient as if you sling it right across your body, you have always two hands to do what you want with, especially when shopping.

I find bags with short straps are a nuisance as you only have one hand to "operate" with, so I have very few hand held bags and those I have are evening bags which I no longer use.
by Finy
Handles are such a pain . . . you always end up with them up in the crook of your elbow and it hurts and you knock things over etc. . . like a guided missile. Ah, happy days, shopping with mother and her handbag. Haha.
by Rice
All the bags that I have are shoulder bags. I like to have my hands free, as I am quite 'touchy feely' when out shopping, and like to pick up the products and look at them. It would frustrate me if I couldn't do this because of a bag. All my evening bags have an optional strap inside as well, for convenience. It's nice to have the bag on your shoulder where you can leave it, forget it, and continue to eat or drink, or talk with your hands like I do. I think that bags have definitely evolved into more of a shoulder bag these days. It would frustrate me to have to carry something around all the time.
Yes I like this style of handbag but I will have the strap across my body for security and comfort
Definitely one that goes over the shoulder. I need both hands free!
For many years now I have had the crossbody messenger bag style and I find it great for everyday use and travelling. Look ma, no hands. LOL
by Rice
LOL - i can also still see my mum walking with her bag!
by Finy
Me Too! only way to go Rice :)
by jonaja
I use normal handbags as I've found the straps on shoulder bags slide off my shoulders which is quite frustrating. I found also that because I'm big busted the cross body bags come under my armpits so my solution when I need my hands to be free is a small security backpack.
My daughter has your issue and she always uses a backpack too :-)
by Rice
Small messenger bag, with the strap straight across the body, only way for me to use a handbag.

Unless a wedding or funeral etc. Then it's a little clutch purse.
Definitely over my shoulder
by AJ
I like the over the shoulder bag the best, it leaves my hands free and also when I am leaving if I don't have anything on my shoulder it acts as a reminder to pick it up!
I still have my pile of different coloured handbags, but now I'm more into X-body bags. My daughter gave me a red leather 1 for Christmas, & a black leather 1for my birthday 4 months later. 1 or the other of these 2 bags match just about every 1 of my 28 dresses! (And I love the smell of the real leather!)
by Miro
I prefer one filled with money
Over my L shoulder, which allows me to be 'hands-free'!

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