Classic, spacious, and sophisticated, Cindy Thirty One totes are the company’s own version of the “Never Full” bag. The Cindy tote features two exterior pockets on each side of the bag, three interior flat pockets, and one interior zippered pocket. Have your Cindy Tote personalized by having your name printed on one side or just choose a printed design for a more fun and stylish look. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/03/f9/40/03f94096cde21c3175c43e76323d5437--party-plan-theme-ideas.jpg
I have been obsessed with Thirty-One products for a few years now, and I love the styles and many of their patterns. The only downside is that the products are made in (sadly) China, and that strongly disappoints me (especially for the kinds of prices they charge). If Thirty-One was made here in the States, then they might would get more business and support. However, I own several Thirty-One items that have been really good (and still use them quite a bit). I especially love their zipper pouches (both small and large) and Large Utility Totes. A few of my items have developed flaws (two of my LUTs have cracks on the insides and a couple of my purses have zippers that have turned rusty-looking), but it's nothing very serious. That being said, I will continue to purchase from them. Just wish they made their products in the U.S.A....
Finding the perfect 31 Gifts product in a color or pattern that clashes with your style is a big letdown - but it’s a problem that never needs to happen when you view the 31 Gifts catalog. With several different prints available for each item, even your base selection will reflect your style preferences! From there, embroidered personalization adds initials, names or phrases, allowing you to pick even more options - thread color, font, symbols and more - to truly personalize your product. Thirty One Gifts’ collegiate line makes a wonderful gift or special self-indulgence for college sports fans, and even Fido can get in on the fun with beautiful leashes that match popular Thirty One Gifts patterns. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/48/0f/fc/480ffce02862400375c3bace235cf65d--insulated-bags-picnic.jpg
I LOVE the Around Town Tote. I took this on a trip to the Smokies with me earlier this week and it worked perfectly. This roomy tote stored my laptop, planner, extra pens, chargers and travel brochures. It easily held everything I needed to sneak out of my hotel room and into the hotel lobby to work at night and I love the Skies for You Pebbles color. It is available in four different colors and many personalization options for $78. Personalization is extra. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/84/44/7e/84447ec2d478acdca02815f299742f2b.jpg
This year, independent consultants, leaders, and the owner of Thirty-One Gifts will be celebrating November 27th by traveling to New York City to participate in World Vision’s Give-back Gift Shop in Bryant Park by sponsoring the Hope Kits visitors can create to help women in need and by visiting some of the locations where the kits will be distributed. World Vision’s Give-back Gift shop gives visitors a chance to step into the pages of World Vision’s holiday Gift Catalog and see how they can delight loved ones with a unique gift that will light up the life of a child in need. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/70/99/45/7099450e994106766deb3936e6bf2ed8.jpg
The archetypal tote is made of sturdy cloth, perhaps with thick leather at its handles or bottom; leather versions often have a pebbled surface. Common fabrics include heavy canvas, possibly dyed, or treated to resist moisture and mold. Jute is another traditional material, though less popular. In recent decades, heavy nylon and other easy-care synthetics have become common, although these may degrade with prolonged sun-exposure. Many of today's inexpensive or free totes are often made from recycled matter, from minimally-processed natural fibers, or from byproducts of processes that refine organic materials. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/d0/03/b6/d003b6cba029073e2179c12f8c72205b---gifts-thirty-one-gifts.jpg
A 2014 study of U.S. consumers found that the 28% of respondents who own of reusable bags forgot them on approximately 40% of their grocery trips and used them only about 15 times each before being discarded. About half of this group typically chose to use plastic bags over reusable ones, despite owning reusable bags and recognizing their benefits. An increasing number of jurisdictions have mandated the phase-out of lightweight plastic bags to reduce land and ocean pollution. In order to provide an incentive for consumers to remember reusable bags more often these laws establish a minimum price for bags at checkout and require either paper, reusable fabric tote bags, or thick reusable plastic bags. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/6f/80/18/6f801801e945d56de2b2876e72c74771.jpg