Going through the Ukay-Ukay ( 2nd hand thrift stores ) in Baguio can be fun. If you are patient, lucky, or both, you can find great items. A month ago, I was able to buy a Bally bag from one of the stores. I will venture out to proclaim that it's authentic. The hardware, the craftsmanship and the tag inside the bag says it's authentic. I bought the bag for 3,000 pesos.
The bag has two compartments. To be honest - at first look - it looks like a camera bag.
When I use the bag - one compartment - I use for my laptop.
The other compartment holds my miscellaneous items ( umbrella, sunglasses etc. ).
The bag is great - one thing that shows its age are these leather squares which were already detaching from the strap when I bought it. I had to get it repaired.
Have you ever visited the Ukay-Ukay stores in Baguio? What's your best find in the stores?