Introducing the New Leather Strap Wristlet

by Liz Sabo November 07, 2013

Whether you want to trim down from your everyday bag for the evening, or you just like to carry a few things throughout your day, my latest design will fit right into your wardrobe. It is casual and stylish, simple and modern. Featuring a slim silhouette and eye-catching patterns, I’ve designed this wristlet to transition easily from day to night.

Each wristlet has a bright and bold canvas exterior. These canvases are hard-wearing and will keep pace with plenty of use. The wristlets are designed with little touches of detail that give them their stylish flair:  a sturdy metal zipper in antique brass, an accent stripe of black microsuede, a soft leather strap, and subtly rounded bottom corners. Also, I have designed the wristlets to be large enough to carry more than just cash and a few credit cards. These wristlets can snugly fit cash, cards, a smart phone and a few other small objects. So please check out the new wristlets online, and then stop on by Facebook or Twitter to let me know what you think!





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