The one thing I love more than a solid neutral is any kind of versatile piece that maximizes your wardrobe and makes life a little easier. I’m a huge fan of classic, staple pieces that can easily transition from the office to after-hours, seamlessly. Add on that the piece is ethically sourced, eco-friendly, and made in the U.S. and you’ve got yourself the perfect clutch.
Today, I’m super excited to share this new-to-me brand with you – not only because their merchandise is amazing but because Curricular/Extracurricular is a
DC-based, female owned and operated company
with a mission greater than themselves. After chatting with one of the owners about the history of the company (which you can read more about here), and the fact that I’m actively trying to make more sensible purchases in both fashion and beauty as they relate to the environment, I knew this partnership was a match made in style heaven. Not to mention our bonding over her lifelong dream of being an FBI agent and my time in Diplomatic Security.
The women behind Curricular/Extracurricular know the importance of feeling good while looking good which is why all C/E handbags and shipping products use eco-friendly materials, are sourced and manufactured here in the U.S., and promote social and ethical corporate behavior at every stage of production and design. Kinda cool, right? It’s the type of feel-good company that makes it easy to shop since you know exactly where your product is coming from and what it took to create.
In efforts to maintain that work-life “balance” we’re constantly in search of, I snagged two of the Jukins Envelope Clutches (black and taupe – obviously) to make my day-to-day a little easier. I quickly realized that this was not only the perfect piece to take from day to night but it also made the perfect travel companion. En route, I keep my travel essentials in a Jukins Clutch and once I get to my destination it makes the perfect going out bag. That maximizing at its finest, my friends!
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This post is sponsored by Curricular/Extracurricular. All opinions are my own.