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American Made Designer Purses and Handbags: The Ultimate Source List

American made designer purses and handbags are hard to find, so we've put together an ultimate source list for you. While some of these designer purses and handbags are a small investment, all of these brands offer quality products, and many of these brands offer lifetime warranties. Let us know which bag is your favorite in the comments section! Our top picks for American Made Designer Purses and Handbags Customized Leather and Canvas Bag Options from Jenny N.  Attention is in the details with bags from Jenny N.  Jenny Nemlekar designs and sews each one of her bags. She uses...

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Ultimate Travel Packing List for Backpacking, Domestic, and International Travel

It's hard not to over- or under-pack. I've found that when I travel via car I over-pack. Then when I fly, I under-pack because I don't like feeling bogged down by my belongings. There has to be something in between, with a focus on essentials you might need, and wouldn't want to be stuck without. I've spent months thinking about this travel packing list and finding all American made traveling essentials that you'd need for any type of travel you might be doing. You'll be surprised that everything you need is available and made right here in the USA. Here's...

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Seven American Made Handbags We Love

Ditch the poorly made imported handbags you find at the mall, and invest in a quality American made handbag that will last a lifetime. You're sure find an option you love listed below. Don't miss our American Made Designer Purses and Handbags Ultimate Source List Seven American Made Handbags We Love Made from 100% leather, Malibu American offers bohemian style luxury bags that are made in the USA. The luxuriously soft leather, hand braided handles, and hand cut fringe reflect the laid back luxe lifestyle of living near the beaches and mountains of in Malibu, California. Malibu American handbag elements including...

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Wearable Style Tips On How To Mix Prints {American Made Fashion}

You can do it! I promise. But the question is…  how to mix prints?  Mixing prints, patterns and textures can open up your wardrobe possibilities without ever going shopping, or open up your shopping excursions to new worlds of possibilities.  There is a fine line between looking like a mismatched hot mess and a woman owning her strong sense of fashion. Here is my guide to mixing prints while looking stylish coming and going. How to mix prints the polished way – American Made #Fashion Click To Tweet Your Style Outline for How To Mix Prints 1. Stripes are...

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Made in NYC -10 More Things We Love (3rd in a 3-Part Series)

Made in NYC – Part 3 The City of New York is known for its yellow cabs, Central Park, trendy fashionistas, Broadway shows, and a hip music scene. We boast some of the finest museums, restaurants, parks, architecture, and shops in the world. Many TV shows and movie film here in NYC. What people might not know is that it is also home to some of the finest American-made products. Share my love of Made in NYC products. Here are some of my made in NYC favorites: 1. Slate cheese boards, Brooklyn Slate These gorgeous slate boards are great for displaying your favorite cheeses or just about anything else. Obtained from a quarry in Upstate NY, these boards are then processed in Red Hook, Brooklyn.  The boards come in either a black or red and include a piece of soapstone chalk for easy labeling. 2. Lingerie, Hanky Panky Known for their comfort and style, these made in NYC lace thongs have almost a cult following.  They come in a rainbow of colors and patterns and are available in a one-size-fits-most sizing.  The cuts available are original, low-rise, petite, and plus-size. 3. Linen Sheet Set, Linoto These 100% linen sheets are made in a variety of colors.  The linen is soft, durable, easy to care for, and comfortable year-round. Once you try them, you'll have a hard time going back to...

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