Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Move over Vera Bradley - New AMY BUTLER from Kalencom is here!

We are completely in love with a new luggage line we just started carrying.  The new Amy Butler for Kalencom is so bright and colorful - and so well made, too!  The handles are soft leather, and many of the pieces have leather trim which will make them super durable.  The pretty patterns aren't only on the outside, though - the insides are lined in contrasting patterns, too!  The main complaint we get from people about Vera Bradley is the lack of durability from the cloth handles and fabric - the heavyweight cotton fabric on this luggage is going to last a long time!
The Meris duffel bag (shown above) is $242
Amy Butler is a very popular textile designer and her prints are sold in stationery and craft collections as well - she is one of the rising stars in the industry!  Her patterns are the perfect combination of fun color and classic elegance.  And we love the way the patterns are mixed on some of the pieces!

The "dream traveler" bag shown above is $262

The makup bags have tons of interior pockets sewn into the side of the bags so you can slip jewelry or little toiletry items safely there and they will not get lost in with your other big items.

The "carried away" set of bags are $23 (small) $33 (medium) and $43 (large)

Come in and view the whole collection.  The company manufacturing the luggage is based out of New Orleans with their warehouse and operations in Tylertown, Mississippi - so you are also supporting some fantastic businesses in our region.  You can pack for that summer trip in style - whether it's a honeymoon, or a trip to the beach.  This is also a great luggage set if you have a rising junior or senior in high school.  They will be making weekend trips to visit college friends and this is perfectly stylish, unique, weekend luggage!

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