PROTECT. ORGANIZE. DISPLAY.
ACRYLIC HANDBAG HANGER
You spent a small fortune on your coveted bag. But how do you avoid Bag Collapse when you're not using your baby? Protect your investment with the LBC Acrylic Handbag Hanger. It supports your bags' straps, maintaining shape and integrity, and keeping sides crease-free.
De-clutter your closet - it does wonders for your bags and your mind.
Because you won't use what you can't see.
The LBC Acrylic Handbag Hanger will support your unstructured luxury tote bags and look good doing it. Measures approximately 6.5" x 4.85" x 1.75"; accommodates straps up to 1.25" wide.
TBT - A Sad Time for Bags Before the LBC Acrylic Handbag Hanger
October 19, 2017
#TBT to a sad time before the advent of the LBC Acrylic Handbag Hanger. LBC picked up this vinyl bag for $35 in San Francisco circa 1998. Oh, the places this bag has been and the things it’s seen. *sigh* It has served us well. Now that we’re adulting and carrying a #filofax everywhere we don’t use this very often, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love it any less. So when LBC received our first batch of handbag hanger prototypes, what did we do? We grabbed this sad sack from its depressing perch on the closet shelf, reshaped it and placed it lovingly on an Acrylic Handbag Hanger in our closet, where it currently resides with its friends. NOTE: Just because your bag didn’t cost a fortune doesn’t mean you shouldn’t treat it well. On the contrary, if you treat your lesser-quality-but-beloved-bag well, it will prolong your bag’s life, maximizing use and enjoyment. XOXOLBC
Hotel Hygiene: Minimize Your Risks
September 14, 2017
LBC loves a nice hotel stay just as much as the next person. But we must face this ugly and upsetting fact: hotel rooms are germ infested. Think you're better off staying in a luxury hotel? You're not. In a study released in January 2016, TravelMath reported that not only are hotel rooms germ-laden, but that the 4-star and 5-star hotel rooms are germier than their less luxurious 3-star counterparts. Germiest areas in hotel rooms: 1. Bathroom counters2. Remote controls3. Desks4. Phones Not all bacteria will make you sick, but some easy precautions during your hotel stay will minimize the risk: * Wash your hands frequently* Disinfect surfaces before touching them* Keep away from certain areas And if you're OCD like LBC, hang your bag in the closet, off of the desk, off of the floor, and off of the chairs. PS: Are you familiar with online trip calculator TravelMath.com? It's a must for travel planning. Be sure to check out their blog for insightful articles, like the one I referenced above, "Health Hygiene Exposed." https://www.travelmath.com/feature/hotel-hygiene-exposed/