Really, how could you not say yes to saving the environment and to style at the same time with a supercute bag like this from b.happybags? Made in the USA of durable upholstery-weight cotton, these totes will help save thousands of plastic and paper grocery bags over a lifetime. Available in colorful patterns and prints, with a roomy design that holds about the same volume as a standard paper grocery bag. Lightweight and folds down for easy storage. Handles long enough to carry over the shoulder or comfortably by hand. Bag seams are bound with grosgrain ribbon & can support a ton.
These modern totes offer stylish alternatives to fashion-conscious consumers seeking to adopt a reusable bag lifestyle. Progressive, colorful patterns & designs make a statement and are unlikely to sit in a closet unused. Best of all, they’re a great way to help draw attention & influence others to adopt a reusable bag lifestyle.
Made in the USA
Fair Wage / Fair Labor
Machine wash, gentle cycle, cold water / drip dry
This bag is super light and super thin, it is not structured the way looks in the photograph
On sale for $9.95 at reusablebags.com
It’s so easy to “add to cart” why wouldn’t you? I did!
Deborah Lindquist is a fashion forward designer who is completely ahead of the ‘going green’ trend by designing couture-inspired, environmentally conscious fashion. With a creative eye and keen sense of style, this eco-conscious creator breathes new life into recycled cashmere, repurposed kimonos and other fine fabrics by combining them with sustainable fabrics such as cotton, wool and hemp. Pretty cool I know!
Don’t worry, these fashions aren’t those granola crunching, no makeup wearing, dead head following, tie dye styles either (and I love the dead). Nope, they are hip, edgy pieces designed for today’s style mavens looking to wear something inspired and good for the planet. Her list of A-List celebs include Gwen Stefani, Charlize Theron, Hilary Duff, Jessica Simpson and more. Talk about a following.
Deborah’s designs run the gamut from ready to wear and accessories -including a collection of doggie sweaters that are to die for!- to a green wedding gown collection that makes me want to get married all over again, just for the dress. Hey, I can try them on, can’t I?
If you’re looking for a designer making a difference, look no further; with her passion for the planet and striking silhouettes, Deborah Lindquist is IT.