Organizational Skills

When it comes to handbags, une femme loves a bag with some interior organization and hates having to burrow for keys or a lipgloss, which invariably retreat to the darkest, bottommost corner of the bag. But some very lovely and chic handbags are sadly bereft of this modern design, and so until recently the choice has often been between leaving my beloved Darel’s in the closet or resigning myself to fumbling around for keys.

But no more! Thanks to the ever-resourceful ladies at The Purse Forum, une femme has discovered Chameleon Purse Inserts. These organizers fit nicely into the bag without stiffness or bulging and keep all of those small items in place and easy to locate. The large size fits perfectly into my Charlotte 24-heures, and when you want to change bags, the whole thing lifts right out and into the next bag. Formidable!

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  1. September 13, 2007 / 12:56 am

    What a terribly FABULOUS idea! I must have (or make) one!

  2. Anonymous
    September 13, 2007 / 2:57 am

    A smaller version is the purseket.
    No, I have no interest in the company except that I like the product! I have two–a small and a dropin. The “small” goes in my briefcase, and the dropin is in my handbags. So I’ve got everything from aspirin to a nailfile to an adapter for my mac to video. Love ’em!

  3. September 14, 2007 / 8:56 am

    I am too memory-challenged to remember what item I put in what little pouch, so I am constantly rummaging through all of them in a panic. I’m in a larger-bag phase of life (diapers), and so I rely on mesh bags to keep small things like makeup together. end shameless product plug

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