Editor’s Picks: What's in Your Wallet?
Without my trusty Vera Bradley wallet, my life would become a black hole of disorganization. I keep just about every important card I own within its many pockets, and if I ever think it's missing I automatically enter panic mode. No money or identification means I can't function as a normal human.
Imagine how crazy life would be without your wallet. Cash would be abandoned in the pockets of every jacket you wore, credit cards would constantly go missing, and there would be change everywhere - from pants pockets and cup holders to sock drawers and couch cushions. As a singular holding place for money and cards, wallets give users organization and convenience. When asked for payment, identification or a library card, wallet-carriers confidently pull out their ever-present money holders, knowing that whatever they need is inside.
Give your clients the peace of mind that comes with knowing their valuable belongings are safe with an imprinted wallet. Check out these trendy cash-carrying picks.
For the Practical Fashionista
The French Purse Wallet from Royce Leather Gifts gives women a fashionable way to organize their cash and cards. The top-grain Nappa Leather wallet features a turnlock closure and six credit card holders, as well as pockets for cash and change. It is available in black, coco or coco-pink.
The Nike LW Running Arm Wallet from Pro Golf Premiums wraps around the arm to provide secure, convenient storage during exercise. It has space for a phone or iPod, money, cards and keys. The outside panel provides a large decoration area. If the gray/red color combination is not appealing, the sporty wallet also comes in a black/white design.
The Traveler's Companion
The D'Italia Travel Wallet 963 from Markoff Industries has a full-size document pocket with storage place for travel papers, making it perfect for frequent fliers. The wallet also comes with a currency pocket, five credit card pockets, a pen loop and a full-zipper closure. Although this is larger than most wallets, a hidden wrist strip allows for portability.