Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Hit the Sack


You’re not psychic, but something tells you one day there’ll be no more plastic grocery bags -- that prospect has already come true in San Francisco, and Maui and Honolulu county councils are considering a similar bag ban.

But whenever you envision carrying those bulky reusable supermarket-brand bags, the picture you see is the opposite of pretty.

That’s why the Envirosax team bypassed boring and unfashionable and created stylish reusable bags that help you be a fashion and environmental trendsetter all at once.

Incredibly lightweight, washable, and strong enough to hold the www.leichic.comweight of two supermarket bags, Envirosax also fold up easily  into  the size of a musubi—perfect for carrying in your purse.

Most important, they come in stylish colors and designs, like bright florals, retro graphics, black and white patterns, and a new all-organic series made of soft hemp, silk bamboo, and linen—get one of each or a handy pouch of five.

Next time you use Envirosax to carry your groceries or even just take-out food, people who never before thought of using an eco-friendly bag will be asking you where to get them.

Maybe you really can predict the future—of shopping.

Available on O‘ahu: Red Pineapple in Ward Centre and Morning Brew, 600 Kailua Road, Kailua. On the Big Island: Modern Hale, 74-5533 Luhia Street in Kona. On Kauai: Lovingly Palm Palm, 484 Kuhio Hwy. #F-33, in Kapaa. Also online at usa.envirosax.com

Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2008 in Permalink

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Lei Chic is a daily email and shopping blog that plugs you into Hawaii's newest and hottest boutiques, designers, trends, spas and salons, and more. You'll also discover all the cool events, dinners and sales happening around town in our Weekend Picks every Thursday. With Lei Chic, you'll get the inside scoop on what everyone will be talking about tomorrow – in your inbox today.

Lei Chic associate editor Natalie Schack has been a cultural anthropology student,museum worker bee and dabbler in graphic design. When she isn't scouting new fashion, compiling to-do lists or crafting puns, Natalie spends her free time dreaming up elaborate picnic ideas; "researching" via YouTube tutorials, blogs and Instagram; and dusting off her pith helmet for the next adventure life throws her way.

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