Freelance writing, located in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney.
Published September 13th 2011
I love to be environmental, yet I haven't quite let go of the old suburban shopping impulse. I find being eco can create a form of cognitive dissonance that interferes with the joys of shopping and at times can distance me from my more mainstream girlpals. Brightly coloured, flower designs that are fun and casual. Plus, it's a girl thing, purses and handbags, accessories.
I was drawn to the colours of the wallets and was pleasantly surprised to find that they are made of recycled bottles. It made me think of plastic soft drink bottles in a different light and might be a step towards eco shopping in a new way.
Wow, they are incredible. The whole upcycling phenomenon is incredible.
By Anna Bourozikas - senior reviewer Thursday, 22nd of September @ 06:16 am
I purchased my first Lily-Bloom handbag about a month ago and I am hooked!! I love everything about it and am going today to get another one! Thanks so much for giving us such a beautiful, responsible handbag!
By Anonymous Monday, 30th of January @ 05:22 pm
I love my bag!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and going to buy one for my friends today becuse they loved the bright colors and the many pockets... the prices are reasonable...Love it!!!!!
By Anonymous Thursday, 16th of February @ 05:12 pm
I really loved your bags and the concept that were made from recycled materials was fantastic. I bought a back pack for one of my young friends for her 21 st birthday. I then vowed to save and buy a handbag for myself which I did. However after enjoying it for a few months I can no longer use it because it has frayed along the zippers and looks really tatty I am very disappointed. I cannot afford to pay $80 dollars for a bag that has such a short life span and now needs to be recycled.
By Anonymous Saturday, 21st of April @ 03:20 am
Do you have any idea who makes Lily Bloom purses? I have been searching the internet high and low and cannot find any info about the company.