Maybe an x100s/t might be a better option for this?
with an EF adapter? (Just sticking with it being a Canon thing )
It's a great combo for many circumstances, perhaps not your own but you have to be able to see the benefits others and I are enjoying here.
The X100 series has a fixed 23mm f/2 lens, not sure how an adapter would work with that? A lot of people have mirrorless cameras in addition to DSLRs, but canon don't offer anything like that. The smallish DSLR and pancake lens seems like a poor substitute to a mirrorless camera to me, but I guess if using Canon is the most important factor it would do the job.
Canon does have a mirrorless product, however I posted my positive statements about this combo because using Canon glass and having interchangeable lenses is a benefit, cost wise and simplicity. I did not in any way try to construe the idea that this is a professional setup, but more of a convenience setup with very good IQ.
The Canon mirrorless camera requires its own special lenses, that can't be used on DSLRs, so that doesn't help much in this scenario. I was meaning that something like the x100s will give better quality results than the dslr + 24mm system in a considerably smaller package (much better for the handbag). It also looks nicer IMHO. You do miss out on the interchangeable lenses, although you can buy a tele-converter which is supposed to be very good.