Now that the Grammy winners have been announced, it’s time unveil more secrets: more OGIO bag symbol meanings. The meaning behind Pharrell’s hat, however, remains a mystery…
OGIO Bag Symbols Decoded:
Apparently there has been some confusion and speculation regarding the OGIO bag symbols which appear on the OGIO bag pockets. Admittedly, some of them are a little cryptic. We’ll be revealing the meanings of all OGIO bag symbols in a four part series. But feel free to share your own creative interpretations, as helloemarie did:
Close, but no cigar, hellomarie! This symbol actually means ‘No Boys’, as in ‘this is a compartment for lady stuff’. *OGIO does not condone the use of our products for the carriage of humans.
More symbols, revealed:
We’ve got another OGIO convert with Danyelle Little, better known as The Cubicle Chick, at her career, family, and tech blog. What is it that made The Cubicle Chick fall in love with OGIO? The Hampton’s women’s tote bag, of course.
Danyelle begins her review by describing her hectic schedule traveling to Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and Chicago, noting:
“I love the depth and space of the bag and I can fit all of my tech essentials in the bag (my essentials being: 2013 MacBook Air, iPad 3, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy Camera, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S 4, Verizon Jetpack, and all of my cords and wires). The side pockets are useful. and the padded interior keeps your technology safe and secure.”
You’re essentials sound a lot like our essentials, Danyelle.
She also mentions the wonderful reactions she receives when traveling with her Hampton’s tote bag:
“I get so many compliments when I am out and about with my bag, and I like that it is girly, yet durable enough for heavy travel.”
Thank you Danyelle for the wonderful review! Check out The Cubicle Chick’s review of the Hampton’s women’s tote bag and then click the image below to buy a stylish tote bag for yourself.