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/53/2e/e7/532ee72f96bed38de565a653f8374d0c.jpg
My FAVORITE product from Thirty-One Gifts is the Fashion Games purse in Cognac Woods Pebble. I have used this purse exclusively for over a year and a half. It has doubled as my briefcase and carried my laptop on several flights to Atlanta and California and I use it around town as my everyday purse. I love the slouchy style, the roomy interior and the small inside pockets where I can put my phone or keys and not lose them. After near daily use, this product is showing very little wear.  Originally this item cost $98 but it’s now available as an online extra for $58 plus tax and shipping. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/d7/82/05/d78205855041f78d8befad79f01a9c69.jpg

"We’ve found [Girl Talk's] peer-to-peer mentorship model to be unique among nonprofit organizations serving girls, and a proven model to build confidence, develop leadership skills and learn the value of service to others. Beyond an annual monetary contribution, our corporate leadership team is committed to advancing the Girl Talk mission, through collaboration, resource sharing and professional expertise. We are most proud of our independent sales consultants who have driven unprecedented Chapter growth in their local communities across the U.S. and Canada." https://i.pinimg.com/originals/57/c7/f1/57c7f130783823027a3d03c931603bdb.jpg
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 have been buying thirty one products for years. I have always loved them, given them as gifts! I have spent a lot of money with this company. My last carry bag that I bought a couple years ago is falling apart inside. They won't stand behind their product any more. They make a cheaper product now. Very sad, that profit comes before excellence. I will never buy them again. No reflection on my sales person, she is wonderful. It is definitely not her fault they will not honor their product. I estimate that I have spent upward of $1000,00 with this company over the years. They have lost a good customer over the refusal to stand behind their product. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/4f/17/3e/4f173e69512b7e38e19f78fcbf2beb12.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/236x/0f/72/3d/0f723d2b7629703a0a8caf4519e7065d--paparazzi-accessories-direct-sales.jpg
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