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links: shopping

EarthLust bottles are pretty, and they are seeking designs. At Home By Sunset.

Fashion and beauty blogs for the novice? at Ask Metafilter

Bink Link, a cord to keep the binky near the baby, I love the one that looks like peas and carrots, and the candy necklace one too. So cute.

Chocolate and Steel and Boygirlparty got together to make some pretty reclaimed silver necklaces, over at Etsy.

Makr wallet, at Not Cot

Subterfuge Jacket at Anthropologie, it’s made of sweatshirt fabric. I have this in red and I love it, it’s part of my strategy to have more grown up looking clothes without sacrificing too much comfort.

Green Matt & Nat Big Drop Hobo, my current thing-I-will-not-buy.

The Flora Shopper at Target. Are they carrying Envirosax? Or is this just a rip off? update: I hear from the Envirosax people that they are indeed real Envirosax.

· comments [11] · 07-24-2008 · categories:shopping ·

11 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Laura // Jul 24, 2008 at 6:01 am

    Wow those flora bags look very much like the Envirosax I have!! But the price is a bit higher for sure.

  • 2 Lauren // Jul 24, 2008 at 6:08 am

    I was in a department store here in Nebraska and a single Envirosax was selling for $15. It pays to buy them in bulk.

  • 3 Kari // Jul 24, 2008 at 6:25 am

    It looks like they have at least three from that line. The bright red pouch filled with five bags… it came with the red one, the brown bamboo one, the green one with a butterfly and a blur and red one with a bird on it and a yellow one. I didn’t dig through the site to see if Target is selling these last two.

    And their retail price seems to be about the same. I sold them individually for 10.00 or a pouch of 5 for 40.00 in my store.

  • 4 Aimi // Jul 24, 2008 at 7:02 am

    Those *are* Envirosax!
    I left a comment on each of them (there are 3 bags from the Flora collection on Target’s website), but they probably won’t publish it since it contains Envirosax’s website. I didn’t mention that they’re much, much cheaper from Envirosax directly…

  • 5 Rachel // Jul 24, 2008 at 8:03 am

    They look like rip-offs to me. It wouldn’t surprise me though. Every time I go into Target I find a rip off of something.

    *LOVE* the necklaces…

  • 6 emira // Jul 24, 2008 at 12:55 pm

    Just had to pop in to say it was lovely to see you last night and I meant to ask you if that jacket was from Anthropologie. It looked fantastic on you!

  • 7 lisa // Jul 24, 2008 at 1:43 pm

    Matt and Nat bags are the best. You will get the lowest prices directly from the Matt and Nat website. They are having a fantastic sale right now!

  • 8 Gwen // Jul 24, 2008 at 2:07 pm

    They’re actual Envirosax — if you go on Envirosax’s website, those bags are called Flora. And it’s not really much more expensive — an individual bag is $8.50 from envirosax.com and $10 from Target.

  • 9 megan // Jul 24, 2008 at 2:35 pm

    Thanks Lisa, sadly the Matt and Nat site isn’t showing that bag at all, the style or the color.

  • 10 KCE // Jul 24, 2008 at 4:51 pm

    Have I missed something- are you expecting?

  • 11 Jen // Jul 28, 2008 at 7:29 am

    Those are Envirosax on the Target site, and you have to be careful buying from Envirosax directly, because they may only charge $8.50 for each bag, but they sock it to you on shipping/handling costs. I’d definitely do a search online for Envirosax with FREE SHIPPING – got mine for $34.95 with free shipping for a set of 5, plus there were extra coupons if I bought multiple pouches… I got the Mikado set as it still has color but not quite as gaudy bright as the Flora set.

    Here’s a photo of the ones I got:
    http://www.brightandbold.com/enmiba.html

    I would definitely shop around on these. Love mine, tho’, and use them everywhere.

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