unless you're serious about Landscape Photography, get the bag first. you can start with portraits and street photography
but if you're gonna start out with Landscape Photography, and you know you're gonna take lots of landscape images, then get the tripod first. you can always put the camera in any bag you have, if all you have is DSLR and kit lens.
Wrap a towel around your camera and place it in any of your backpack with nothing else but your camera in the compartment. Or you can just sling it around your neck using the camera strap and be careful when you walk about. To me a camera bag is more of a luxury and not a need. But compared to a tripod, your shots will be limited to handheld shots only thus limiting your usage of the DSLR features. Wanna maximize your cam, you will need a tripod.
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I don't think a bag is all that important esp when compared to a tripod.
When a camera is purchased, it usually comes together with a small sling bag, just use it.
If don't have, just keep inside any ordinary bag as suggested by iamodd.
Last time I started with my haversack and find no problem.
If got no dry cabinet, thats the first thing to invest in.
Actually also hard to advise whether tripod, flash, bag, filters, which ones to get first. You should always deal with the immediate needs or priorities as you go along. No fixed rules, because that's your money and your needs and wants.