Happy Mother’s Day! Be sure to pick up something unique, special, and useful for Mom from Levenger this year—Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 13th. Order her gift now to allow plenty of time for delivery. Here are a few colorful ideas.
A Red-Letter Red-Leather Day
A woman can never have too much leather, and Levenger offers a delicious assortment of red leather wallets, bags and briefcases to keep her accessorized beautifully for work and play. Have a look at the Accordion Wallet, Double Zip Eyeglass Case, ID Central wallet, Thinster Card Wallet, Card Wallet (for business cards), and the Majorca line: Briefbag, Expandable Briefbag, and Tote. And don’t forget another classic, the Fortunata Tote, which can hold a laptop and legal-size files while remaining sleek and slender in gorgeous red leather. She’ll be mesmerized that you found the perfect thing.
Little Red Apple
And if she loves her Macintosh Apples—fresh from Washington State—of the iPod or iPad variety, check out the Pocquettes iPad Case, iPod/Earbud Case, Earbud Holder, and Zipped Earbud Pouch Key Chain…all in red leather, of course. Other juicy red Apple accoutrements include the Ultra Slim iPad Sleeve, Executive iPad Sleeve, Tabula iPhone 4 Sleeve, Tabula Convertible iPad Stand, and Tabula iPad Case (either zipped or tabbed). You wouldn’t want her iPad to go sleeveless on Mother’s Day, after all…
If She’s Got the Blues (or Purples)
If she’s really not a “red person,” have a look at the light blue hue of the St. Tropez Tote and Pouch in Levenger’s beautiful new Caribbean color—they’ll forever be your go-to bags at springtime. And a year-round favorite is the Levenger exclusive Carezza Collection, which now includes eggplant (dark purple) leather items such as the Carezza Hobo bag, Coin Purse, Organizer, Electronics Pouch, and Double Travel Wallet to hold boarding passes and such.
From Levenger, with Love
While everyone else is giving their mothers the usual flowers or candy, give yours something she’ll cherish, use for years, and show off to others—so she can brag about what a special, thoughtful child you have always been.
— Heather Collins Grattan