The Moving Tote by Meet Me Here is Stylishly Functional

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 27, 2013 • References: mmhbags & coolhunting
Inspiration can come from anywhere, as the Moving Tote attests to. It might look chic and stylish, but it certainly didn't start there. Inspired by the classic utilitarian fabric used to wrap precious possessions as well as insulate elevators when moving to a new place, the Moving Tote is quite surprising. Nevertheless, it does prove that if people look hard enough, they can create striking products out of everyday items.

Designed by Meet Me Here, an accessory workshop based in Seattle, Washington, the Moving Tote tailors the serene grey quilted canvas into a deep bag that is just as functional as its previous calling. It is completed with vegetable-tanned leather handles and a shoulder strap as well as as well as copper and brass hardware. Stats for Utilitarian Blanket-Inspired Bags Trending: Older & Chilly
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