Love Your Handbags? Then You Need This Handbag Hanger NOW

Luxe Bag Care Acrylic Handbag Hanger to the rescue!

You might be asking yourself, “why would I need a special hanger for my handbag?” To protect it, of course!

A few weeks ago, I got into a lengthy discussion with Malibu-based handbag repair store Purse Rehab, who recommended hanging handbags on a HANGER.

Wait, what?! This was contrary to my knowledge. Wouldn’t hanging a bag would stretch the straps or make them sag?

“Not if you use the right hanger,” Purse Rehab told me over Instagram DMs, “if you use a special acrylic hanger, you can protect the rounded shape of your handbags instead of stretching them out.”

Then I discovered LuxeBagCare on Instagram.

Luxe Bag Care’s website reads, “Protect your investment with the LBC Acrylic Handbag Hanger. It supports your bags’ straps, maintaining shape and integrity, and keeping sides crease-free.”

After DMing with LBC and finding out that the founder of the company, Robin, lives in my HOMETOWN, she sent me two hangers to try out!Acrylic Handbag Hanger by LuxeBagCare

I’ve always stored my bags on shelves, in their dust bags or in their boxes. It’d be a hassle to find the bag I wanted to use. Sometimes I’d even forget about bags because they were tucked away in their dust bags, hibernating from me. You won’t use what you can’t see, ya know?

This Luxe Bag Care Acrylic Handbag Hanger means that I can store my bag in my closet, ready to be carried at a moments notice. I may not hang them all the time, but it’s nice to have the option to hang in my closet to reach for.

Bonus: I carry it in my bigger bags to use on chairs at restaurants instead of hanging them awkwardly on the corner of the chair.

One of my favorite things about the internet is that I’ve been able to connect with some pretty amazing entrepreneurs. I DM’ed with Robin, Luxe Bag Care’s designer and creator, to find out that she molded and designed the hanger, then had it sent to China for manufacturing. She does the marketing, packing, and shipping all by herself. These are my favorite kind of businesses to support because you know she did it with passion and love.

Get yours:

By Becca Risa Luna

Seattle-based fashion writer and personal essayist. Likes designer handbags, glaring openness, and subtle vulgarity.

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