Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Help Us Name Our Newest Bag Shape

If you like clean design, you'll enjoy our newest bag shape. Made with our butter-soft premium faux leathers, this petite bag securely holds your essentials. This is a small bag, measuring 10.5" wide by 7" tall by 2" deep. Available for custom orders, base price, $65.

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The strap on this design snaps off so you can toss it in a big work bag, or make a quick switcheroo to a cross-body strap. I've rigorously tested this new strap design for a year, it have loved its durability and versatility.
Now I need your help naming this new design. Most of our bags are named for real or fictional women we love. With that philosophy in mind, please comment below with your naming suggestion.Thanks for your help.

32 comments:

specules said...

Oh, I don't know, the Debra or the Coral? Maybe the May (my mom)? ;-)

Sharon said...

Maude is the first thing that popped into mind, but for vanity reasons (and because a sassy little bag deserves a sassy little name) I also like "Kitty" :)

Your MOM said...

The Sharon--an old bag that is trying hard to stay up to date. Ha!!!

Laura The Fairy said...

Clementine: It is beauty in a smaller, sweeter package than a larger bag. It is versatile and unforgettable like a really great traditional tune, but with a totally updated and hip vibe. Gorgeous!

Siobhan said...

Marva (my grandmother's name). She was a class act.

ArtistJenn said...

Caroline! She's fun and functional. :)

Anonymous said...

The Austra. My mom's name. Beautiful, inside and out.

Deb Fitzpatrick said...

Everyone needs a little Josie in their lives!

Kathleen Brennan said...

Amelia, because she's a no-nonsense traveler. How big is she? It's hard to tell from the pictures.

Laurel said...

Kate - for understated but elegant Katherine Hepburn.

Or Katniss - because its so simple, yet deadly functional.

Hope - cuz we can all use a bit o' that.

Kelly Bee said...

Audrey - This bag embodies qualities associated with Audrey Hebburn: classic, stylish, feminine and bold.

leigh tucker said...

Paula - my mom's name and because this is her style of purse! She custom ordered one last year to accomodate where she likes her purse to hit on the body when it's over her shoulder. Hers had a strap of similar length and bag of similar smaller size.

K S said...

Stella.

Kelly McDonough said...

Without a doubt this bag is a "Nan" after beautiful Nan Yurkanis - Seattle yogini, textile artist, and world's best sister-in-law.

Random Human Ecologist said...

Eyre. The bag is light as Eyre and strong like Jane.

Or, Tilly. Just springy.

Crystal said...

Ruth, Simple lines and classic (my Mom)

Kamm said...

Michelle - for mrs. Obama (if not too political) who loves classic simple designs

Tina said...

Marsha
After Marsha Brady. She was always so put together in a simple way.

JBird said...

Jackie of course. Lucy would work too!

Anonymous said...

The Eleanor (Roosevelt) , classic, clean lines, strong construction.

Stacey said...

I'm gonna go with the Twiggy . . .for the model. One of my favorite pics of her, has a similar snowflake motive as this lovely looking bag:)

Kim Prater said...

Simple with a touch of sass...classic shape meets modern flair...how about the Gidget?

Nan said...

Cute, little and buttery soft? You just described Cordelia! : )

Anonymous said...

jules or stella :)

Sarah said...

Debbie, for my friend who is stylish yet practical, classic and modern. And for Debbie Reynolds, of course, who, like the bag, was born in April. Her career took off after "Singin' in the Rain" which seems appropriate for a quality Seattle bag.

colleen said...

Norah!

Anonymous said...

Daisy - as in Buchanan, from The Great Gatsby.

Laurie said...

The Laura Petrie, from the Dick Van Dyke show...

Anonymous said...

The Toni, named for my friend who introduced me to Laura Bee. She is lovely, has a great fashion sense and loves to travel. This purse would be perfect for a getaway!

JB

Ellen Saltsman said...

The Frances - my grandma's name. Greta is also a cute name for a bag.

tea troll said...

Two names of two 1950's women jumped to my mind:

The Lucille (after Lucy Ball) for the fun colors and ribbons that make me think of the fun print dresses she always wore.

and the June (afer June Carter Cash) for the effortlessly chic shape that still has fun peeking from the stage wings.

Anonymous said...

Celeste, Not sure why, it just seems to fit.
Donna