There is no denying that business accessories are an important element in any Eco-chic’s wardrobe. Although there is a trend in recycled and eco-friendly products lately, most chic accessories are still produced from plastics, resins or non-organic leather.
Chic Moderne is a company that is using a sustainable practice of producing business accessories by using leather scraps and fashioning them into beautiful items for the modern and chic woman.
The classy business card holders, iPhone/iPad cases and notebooks are colorful and classy, and are incredibly affordable as well. Ranging in price from $12 to $45 dollars, they won’t set you back a lot of money.
The “Milano” Eco-Chic Notebook would be a terrific Valentine’s Day gift for the impending college graduate. It comes with a pen and a recycled paper tablet to start off, and any standard 8.5″ x 11″ tablet will fit into the notebook. What an impression that job seeker will make when going for an interview carrying this in. I’m sure though any of the accessories would be welcome as a Valentine’s Day gift.
Chic Moderne recently opened an Etsy Shop to feature their recycled leather accessories, following their website Chic Moderne where they also sell a few other items including Hand-milled French Soap.
One of my readers will win a Hand-milled French Soap from Chic Moderne.
To enter the giveaway visit Chic Moderne’s Etsy Shop and let me know what item you’d like to give or receive for Valentine’s Day. You can enter daily. (When you have completed the mandatory entry once, each subsequent day, you can simply comment with “daily entry”).
Open to US Residents ages 18+, ends February 9, 2011 at 11:59 PM CST. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. E-mail must be in comment or submitted when entering. By entering this giveaway you are stating that you have read my **Privacy/Rules statements and agree to them.
“I wrote this post on behalf of Chic Moderne and received a gift as a thank you for posting.”
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