little shoebox suede bucket bag

We will email Jaci with instructions on how to claim the prize. 

The holiday season is upon us, which means plenty of occasions to put a little extra thought into what you’re wearing. Whether the celebration calls for formal wear or jeans, ’tis the season to dress to impress.

As any fashionista will tell you, accessories make the outfit. At The Little Shoebox in Ruxton, the team pays close attention to accessories from head to toe. Shoes, of course, anchor an ensemble, but decorating the rest of the body – from scarves to hats to bags – is just as important.

The shop has piles of great new fall/winter accessories in stock, including cozy hats and bright fur scarves. One of our must-haves: the sweet suede fringe bucket bag, shown above. The cross-body bag is roomy enough for more than a phone and a lipstick, but small enough not to overwhelm any outfit.

This week, The Little Shoebox offers the suede fringe bag as a giveaway (an $85 value). To enter to win, leave a comment with your name and your favorite holiday tradition. A winner will be chosen at random on Monday, November 30 at noon.

The supple tan suede feels fantastic and with fringe accents, the bag is perfectly on trend and adds a fun splash of drama to casual outfits, from jeans to skirts.

For the suede fringe purse and more stylish accessories, visit The Little Shoebox, 7625 Bellona Avenue in Ruxton.  For more information, call 410-825-3191 or visit The Little Shoebox Facebook page. Don’t forget to like The Little Shoebox on Facebook, and stop by to receive a friends and family 25% discount at The Little Shoebox, Thanksgiving weekend only.

Kit Pollard

Kit Waskom Pollard is a Baltimore Fishbowl contributing writer. She writes Hot Plate every Friday in the Baltimore Fishbowl.

13 replies on “The Little Shoebox Suede Bucket Bag Giveaway”

  1. Each year I choose a favorite charity and make a donation to that charity in my girlfriends’ names. Then I make a tree ornament for each of them that I feel represents the charity such as a star for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and give it to them when we meet for lunch during the season. We all are so fortunate to have so much and I think we’re all glad to share it with others. I look forward each year to choosing the charity and the creativity of making the ornaments!

  2. Going with the Bolton Hill garden club to gather greenery on the eastern shore the Sunday after thanksgiving. The holly, boxwood, magnolia is then sold the following week.

  3. Mary Crenson. My favorite holiday tradition is watching the Macy’s parade, drinking hot chocolate with plenty of marshmallows and wearing warm fuzzy pj’s and slippers

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