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Tuesday, July 20, 2010
This morning while I was enjoying my morning ritual of coffee and I Love Lucy I saw an infomercial about perhaps the world’s most creative bag. The Miche Bag! The idea behind this is just genius: the Miche bag starts out with a simple base bag which you can buy in black or brown. Inside the bag are magnets to which you can attach different shells, giving your bag multiple looks…
Isn’t that brilliant? There are lots of shells to choose from, all of which fold right up when you want to store them. These are perfect for when you’re going on a trip – I always take multiple pocketbooks with me because some of them just don’t go well with certain outfits. With the Miche bag you can just slip all of your different shells into a suitcase and have a world of options!
They also have a Big Bag, which I really love the look of. You can see all the shells for the Big Bag here and the shells for the Small Bag here. You can even create your own shells at CustomMiche.com!
Find out more about the Miche bag at MicheBag.com. I'm not sure how well it actually works, as this morning was the very first time I heard about it but I absolutely love the idea! I think it would be so cool to see designers like Kathy van Zeeland doing something like this. What do you think?