Friday, July 16, 2010

It's in the Bag: Naming Contest


The name suggestions are pouring in, and we're going to have a hard time choosing!  But, time for today's big reveal.  Two summer-y purses!  At 12.5" wide by 10" tall, these bags are big enough for all the essentials without being so big that they morph into a bottomless pit.  These bags are made from all-natural flax fibers lined with a cotton print.  They have piping in a coordinating scarlet or teal color, a fun grommet detail at the straps, and a couple of perfect pleats at the top seam.  And if you love the lining more than the flax, the purses are reversible!

Choose your favorite color today and you can pick one up in our shop for $25!  (All our other new products are for sale as well.)

You have until Wednesday, July 21 to suggest names.  Remember - the winner will get a 50 percent off coupon good for any item in our shop, and all participants will qualify for a half-priced baglette with any purchase!

8 comments:

  1. Flax is something that my husband puts in random things like chocolate chip cookies, completely unsure why. However, my other favorite reference to flax is Debussy's "Girl with the Flaxen Hair." In honor Monsieur Claude, I'm suggesting: "Claudette!"

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  2. I'm gonna call one of them "Martha's Vineyard" as I get this east-coast vibe when I see these...makes me want to hit the beach! ;)

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  3. I'm pretty sure "yama" is Chinese for flax, so I'm think Yama bags?

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  4. If we continue with the "Names theme" for items--I like the names:
    1.) Satchel and
    2.) Piper.

    Yes, if I had a real wild hair, I'd have a daughter and name her Satchel. (okay, no, I probably wouldn't ... but maybe I would if I was famous and had other children named Apple and Honour or something.)
    Add Piper is just a very cute name--and it goes well with the piping on this design.

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  5. How about Lin or Linette? Lin is French for Flax.

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  6. I'm thinking the "bundles bag" would be just perfect...

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  7. How about Flossie? I like it. cute, whimsical and natural.

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  8. I like "Flicka' which means a pretty, genuine girl. I first heard of it in the movie about a horse by that name.

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