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With busy lives in mind, we have created some beautiful chic accessories that are far from being “just a pretty face”.

Our Ashton clutch is no snooze when it comes to functionality. This girl doubles as a cross body bag as well as a shoulder bag with her cute short gold chain. Both strap and chain are detatchable, so the Ashton can also be used simply as a clutch. As if all this versatility were not enough, slots inside for 8 cards and a pocket to slip your phone in, means you can leave your wallet at home if you choose.

Likewise the Hugo Cross Body has remarkable functionality. He’s a clutch with a handy wristlet one minute, and a practical, elegant cross body bag the next. Once again, credit card slots inside mean you can leave your wallet at home if you choose and an external zipper compartment keeps your phone and keys secure.

I’m not a one bag girl. I switch from large tote, to cross body bag to small clutch all in a day. For me that means a larger wallet just won’t work. It won’t fit into the smaller clutch style bags I prefer and even when it does, it means there’s no room left for sunglasses, lipstick or keys. I also find that the larger the wallet, the greater my compulsion to gather things to put inside it! Pretty cards from favourite restaurants, receipts, foreign currency and loyalty cards from every retailer I frequent. All things which I rarely take out to look at again but which leave my wallet bursting to the point of being unable to close properly. Enter the Ella Wallet.

    

Super slim-lined with spaces for everything you need but absolutely nothing more. I love it because it keeps me disciplined. I can see my cards and license at a glance. There’s a smaller zipper compartment for a few coins and 2 separate spots for notes. No room for storing and hoarding. Keeping it simple is the golden rule with this girl.

By Kellie Rigney - Founder & Creative Director of ZJOOSH

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