Well, you are probably wondering who thought of Miche's ingenious idea. The Miche Bag concept first came to life in the fall of 2004, when a young homemaker did something most women have done--she spilled on her favorite handbag. Frustrated by the thought of hunting for a replacement and then transferring all the contents, she wished there was a way to just change the outside of the bag. The idea immediately popped into her mind to create a bag with changeable covers and she set out on a mission to bring the Miche Bag to fruition.
The Miche Base Bag comes in four different sizes: Petite, Classic, Demi and Prima. I am THRILLED to have been given the wonderful opportunity of reviewing a Miche Prima Base Bag together with two stunning shells! The first Miche Shell that I tried was the Tereasa Shell. The Tereasa Shell is an exotic leopard faux print leather with high-gloss black patent detailing. The Tereasa Shell offers a sophisticated and chic sense of style that certainly commands attention. Isn't it gorgeous?
Not only are Miche Bags stylish and convenient, they are affordable too! The Base Bags start at just $21.95 for a Petite Base Bag and ordering a Miche bag couldn't be easier. There are 3 easy steps: 1) Select your Miche Base Bag 2) Choose your favorite Miche Bag Shells, and 3) Accessorize. Customizing your Miche Bag is simple and fun. You can purchase handles and other accessories that best suit your taste!
To find out more about Miche or to purchase a Miche Bag for yourself or for a gift, visit www.michebag.com!
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Disclosure Statement: Style 'n Decor Deals received a Miche Bag for review purposes only. Nevertheless, all opinions expressed are 100% my own and have not been influenced in any way. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 Guidelines Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.