Friday, November 18, 2011

Salmon Cove

Salmon Cove recently sent me a canvas tote to do a product review.  If you're anything like me, it's impossible to say, "No!" to a tote.  Hello, obsessed with totes.



I have various "favorites" for different types of places I need them for.  

Did you know that DC has a "bag tax"?  If you need a bag, say in the grocery store, you're charged five cents for every one you use.  Even though it's only five cents, it's actually a pretty good idea.  I personally end up bringing a tote or two with me whenever I run errands.

I have a giant Lilly tote that's perfect for lugging tons of library books home, a super thin J. Crew tote that fits little odds and ends from errands, and a massive Bungalow Co. tote that is essential for groceries.

But I didn't really have an "in between" size bag.  Something big enough for a few articles of clothing (um... M St. shopping) and a few things from the drug store.  The Salmon Cove Canvas Tote fits right in!!!  It has two large pockets on the inside and a detachable (matching) keychain.  I really like the weight of the canvas; it's sturdy, but still has lots of flexibility (i.e. isn't stiff).




xoxo

7 comments :

  1. Ooh! I'm completely obsessed with totes as well! I'll definitely have to check them out!

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  2. I really like that it has a detachable matching key chain, how cute and creative!! The inside looks exactly like my vineyard vines tote!

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  3. That's cute! I have a bit of tote problem, too.

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  4. I think I'm a Boat & Tote girl but this is cute!

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