I have been sporting my Amy Michelle Madison Avenue Tote for the past couple of years. It is my favorite tote bag. I still use it, even though I don’t have a mass of baby items to bring with me. It most definitely has a multifunctional look and feel to it. I sometimes put my laptop in it and quite often, it is used as an overnight bag for my girls when they visit their grandparents.
I was able to get a first-hand look at the newest Amy Michelle styles (available soon!) last week at the ABC Kids Expo in Louisville, KY. Here is a sneak peek, just for you!
I highly recommend Amy Michelle totes. Great quality and very fashionable.
I’m so absolutely digging my Kokopax blakely ring tote. I have never used a tote/diaper bag like this one and I’m finding it quite useful (currently with my 3-1/2 yr. old and soon with the new baby to come). I actually consider it a perfect summertime tote. The one pictured above is the one that was sent to me. I have to comment on its durability. The material is 100% cotton canvas, so it’s nice and sturdy, not flimsy. There are several deep pockets inside and a zipper pocket, as well as a detachable mini-tote (about the size of a wallet). The blakely ring totes retail for about $79.99.
Kokopax is also known for their carriers and sunhats. All three items are available in matching designs and currently, there are six designs to choose from.
If you’re interested in purchasing something from Kokopax, search for a retailer near you or shop online at their website.
If you’re in a handbag “state of mind” then look no further. Star 50 Handbags is right smack dab on the map where you’ll want to be. With each bag inspired by a different state in the union, there will no longer be an excuse not to own at least 50 incredibly luscious handbags!
Right now, Star 50 Handbags has at least 24 fabulous collectible designer bags to choose from and more making their debut very soon! I’m anticipating the release of the Pennsylvania ??? as well as the Montana Treasure Tote. Two of my very favorite states in the union. Colorado would be my third and I’m loving the Colorado Lodge Tote.
Some of the handbags are more on the pricey side, ranging in the $100s but that’s what you can expect to pay for one-of-a-kind bags like these. “A modern heirloom” is how designer/owner Amity Cooper describes her line of delicious treats.
Not all of them are out of the “I-need-a-million-handbags now” price-range, however. Take the Alaska Trapper that I’m drooling over right now. She retails for $65.00 and comes in three colors; Trapper Orange (pictured), Hunter Olive or Oil Black.
As you get acquainted with each bag on the Star 50 Handbag website, notice at the bottom of the page the “Fast Facts” about each state where said handbag gets her personality. Oh, and don’t forget to tell your hunny-bunny that Valentine’s day is fast approaching…wink-wink, nudge-nudge.