The dimesions are 13 ½" x 15" x 3 ¼" with 5" handle drop and 52" removable, adjustable strap. It's large enough to hold papers, folders, magazines, etc. comfortably. There are slip pockets and 2 pen/pencil holders (super handy) on one side and a zip pocket on the other. The top part of the bag folds down on both sides, rather than a flap on one side, when converted to a crossbody or over the shoulder.
There are two very different styles that you can get of out of this one bag. The first is the north/south handheld style. The other being the east/west crossbody or shoulder bag style. I've seen many bags with the fold over function and it doesn't impress me much because they either don't look polished or too much like an envelope. Clearly, not the case with the convertible crossbody. From the pictures, you can see the bag holds its lines and shape regardless of what form it's in. I think it's because the folded sides are secured down with magnets, which also function as the closure to the main compartment. Other bags I've seen have the sides fold over to only one side, closing the bag like an envelope, Additionally, the silhoutte of the bag stays slim even with many items in it. I'm a short person so it's important to have a bag that doesn't overpower me, still carries a lot, and doesn't look chunky when stuffed.
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Flaps down in crossbody/over the shoulder style
Convertible Crossbody Plum Crazy: Exterior
Flaps up in handheld/tote style
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