Project Accessory's Molly Sims: What's in My Bag?

Celebrity Style Nov. 2, 2011 AT 5:29PM
Project Accessory's Molly Sims: What's in My Bag? Credit: Jordan Strauss/WireImage

Before Molly Sims steps out, she stashes her stuff in a Kooba carryall.

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"The bag fits everything -- I love the pockets," the host of Lifetime's Project Accessory (Thursday, 10 p.m.) raves to Us Weekly, adding that she owns the tote in black, cognac and dark red. "I keep it pretty neat, and while the pockets will be a little messy the rest of the bag is pretty good."

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In addition to her Smartphones (she has both an iPhone and Blackberry), red quilted Chanel wallet and a bunch of Crystal Lite packets, keep reading to see what other must-haves Sims keeps at her fingertips.

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"There are probably three pairs of earrings in my bag at all times," she says. "I always have hoops I love from my jewelry line, Grayce by Molly Sims, and a pair of diamond studs."

In her DVF leopard print makeup case ($65, neimanmarcus.com), Sims carries several look-good essentials. "My staples include Tom Ford Private Blend Arabian Wood Eau de Parfum ($195, nordstrom.com), By Terry Laque de Rose in Rose Kiss ($46, barneys.com) and NARS Larger Than Life Eyeliner in Via Appia ($23, narscosmetics.com). "It's the best new liner ever," she says of the NARS pencil. "It's like a bronzy color -- it's gorgeous."

"I freshen up with a slick of Chanel Rouge Coco Lipstick in Chintz ($32, chanel.com) -- the shade I wore when I got married -- and Bobbi Brown cream blush ($24, sephora.com)," she tells Us. (The 38-year-old tied the knot to her producer beau Scott Stuber on September 24.)

And since she's always on the go in different climates, Sims always has a pashmina and a Theodora and Callum Scarf ($175, theodoraandcallum.com) on standby.

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