Plank’s Vedanta Clutch, once fully loaded, the search is over…

I am the quintessintial Bag Lady, my past life as a Shoe Designer, put me in war zone territory, where product research involved seeking out the latest trends, trims + treats, the best of the best accessory designers had to share with us. Many a bag innovation was a shoe design inspiration, so obviously obliged, for the good of children’s footwear design, to purchase the relevant Marni bag, as well as the Marc Jacobs’s Shoes in my size. Thus, as you can imagine, I have a fair amount of bags + pocket books in my closet. What I didnt have, until I Plank came along was the go-to hold-all purse/wallet. To be quite honest, it wasnt until I had designed Plank’s Tote & also had kids, did I realise i needed one. Plank’s Tote is a fair size to carry one’s yoga paraphernalia & more, so used as my work bag, it would be just too big for a quickie grocery shop or kiddie pick up from daycare. Thus, I set about designing my ideal wallet/purse/clutch that carried all my cards, receipts, zipped change pocket,check book (why, who takes checks these days?), even the odd female emergency essential + more. As a new mother, baby brain + ADD, I did not need any other options for me to misplace my essentials. I need to switch out from bag to bag or use independantly for my many a glamourous red carpet events. OK, I exaggerate, dinners out or picking up the kids. Yes, my life is quite ordinary…

Once fully loaded, this Well-Heeled Guru is good to go, glamourously, coloufully, effortlessly, without ever missing a beat, her credit card, ID or some change for the parking meter.

As a proponent for a colourful life I detailed these bad boys in saturated faux pony, real cow, that complimented Plank’s Tote, which I adore as this material choice transitions well from day to night… Many a friend + Plank Mate recount to me the ooohhhs + aaahhhs they receive when sporting Plank’s Vedanta clutch. It makes me feel very warm + furry to hear how a simple accessory can create connection…


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