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Tuesday
May012012

Curio: Totes, Totes 

Alexa here. Lately I've been stress eating and stocking up on tote bags, which probably means I'm turning into Liz Lemon but really it's just that I am very busy and preparing for outdoor concert season. I can never own enough tote bags any time of year, but during the summer they become indispensable.  Here are some especially great ones I've spotted recently that cleverly celebrate some beloved film icons.

Handmade Bette tote, available here.

A tote for the Truffaut lover, available here.

Psychedelic Mia tote, available here.Click for more, including Woody and E.T....

E.T. & Me vintage tote, available here.

Don, Woody, Grace and Steve, all here.

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Thank you for featuring my Bette tote bag! I have more star totes in my shop as well as un used vintage iron ons at request, such as Clark Gable, Mickey Rooney, Bob Hope and more. If you have a favorite star from this era I might have it just ask!

May 5, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbrooke
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