Sunday, June 8, 2014

Pack A Hat Review



I have a really cute little summer product I wanted to share with all of you called Pack A Hat, which is a really cute handbag that includes a sun block hat inside! I chose this Navy and white version as I thought these would be the colors I would use more often.

The actual description:
Pack A Hat is an adorable tote-style miniature wristlet bag in cheerful summery stripes contains within it a stylish and matching packable sun hat with a 4 1/2 inch brim. In seven great colors.
 
This hat joins the Cappelli Straworld collection of almost 200 styles of resort and lifestyle bags and headwear, comes in two options: Bag 869 (easily purchased as indicated with the link below), where the 9 ½” w x 7” high bag features bold horizontal stripes in 7 different colorways—black, red, toast, navy, green, lime, and turquoise; and Bag 870 with subtle, narrow stripes in natural, black, toast, white and royal.

Both versions feature toyo/polyester materials and have a matching solid 4 ½ inch brim sun hat; the lined bags feature faux-leather wristlets, zipper closures and the beautiful Cappelli Straworld etched wood logo. And for the price of $25.00, you can't beat this combo!


This would make the perfect beach hat combo if that is your destination this summer or even if it's not, it's a great addition to any summer vacation trip or just staying at home and walking around your hometown. Who wants to get all that extra sun exposure and risk aging faster than you need to? The hat fits snugly on my head and stays where I put it. It is almost the same shape as a similar one I have in white from another company, but this one works a lot better on my head than the one I bought! It is a One Size Fits All. It is also rated UPF 50+, so you are getting some awesome sun protection!
 
 
And as you can see, there is quite a bit of room in the wristlet for you to store your keys, cash and other small miscellaneous items that you feel are important. I have slowly over the past year and a half have been switching all my big hobo bags to the smaller crossbody type handbags and these wristlets, so this was perfect for me.
 
I have found that less is more for me. I have severe shoulder and back pain and realized carrying around those big bags just weren't going to work for me anymore. Plus, I love the freedom that the smaller bags give me. I can use both hands when shopping and I don't have to search thru tons of stuff to find what I need. I realized all the stuff I was carrying around wasn't necessary anymore since I don't work anymore, so why was I still carrying stuff that I did when I worked? Crazy!
 
 
About Dorfman Pacific:
Dorfman Pacific is one of the largest full-line, in-stock headwear companies in the world. The business, founded in 1921, began with a 5,000 square foot facility in Oakland, California as a small woolen dress cap manufacturer.

Today, Dorfman Pacific has a 300,000 square foot facility in Stockton, California, showrooms throughout the USA, satellite headquarters in New York, New York and sells its products worldwide. Categories include a comprehensive collection of men’s and children’s headwear, women’s and teens headwear, handbags and winter accessories.

DORFMAN PACIFIC’S POWER BRAND PORTFOLIO includes styling and technology for every demographic and preference. Highlights are: Scala™, Stetson® Cloth Caps & Hats, Biltmore Hats, Callanan, Cappelli Straworld, Inc, Tommy Bahama®, Woolrich®, Stacy Adams, Santana by Carlos Santana, DPC 1921, DPC™, Tropical Trends, Panama Jack®, Milano Hats, Larry Mahan, ETSIS™, Indiana Jones™, Jacaru, Justin®.
Go check them out and have some fun shopping for these new Spring/Summer 2014 combo hats/wrislets! You will be amazed at the color combinations!

Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours. 

1 comments:

Michelle Tamasa said...

These look really cute! Did the wrinkles come out of it?