Friday, September 30, 2011

The Traveling Bag For A Cause

Traveling Bag for a Cause was an idea spawned after Jill over on Spoils of Wear participated in Kimberly's Traveling Scarf Challenge.   She didn't know it would necessarily be a bag or what cause it would benefit, she knew she wanted to host a traveling item that would raise awareness for a deserving charity.  It all came together while volunteering at Feed My Starving Children in January 2011.  Read the launch post.  

This bag is hand made and is used as a means of income for women in rural Swaziland. 
The company these women have created is called Timbali Crafts. 
Timbali means flowers in the Swazi language. 
It is also the word used to translate the word lilies in Matthew 6:28-30 when Jesus taught about his loving care
and provision for the needs of His children.

I decided to go ultra casual today. 
I am just running yuck errands 
I also thought my casual attire would make the eye focus more on the awesome bag.
Even though I am ultra casual...
notice I am NOT in sweats or yoga attire.
  Ladies you can go casual and look cute at the same time!
To find out more about Feed My Starving Children, click here.

Have a great weekend!!!

plum long sleeve T-Loft
orange T-GAP
black jeans-White House/Black Market
tennis shoes-Adidas
random bracelets


Pam @ over50feeling40 said...

What a great idea for a worthy cause. This look is my favorite for the whole week! Really cute and the bag makes it work!

Julie said...

What a terrific cause and I love the bag. It is so cool!


RETRO REVA said...

Terrific cause and bag!
Though you aren't 'dressed up' you still look great in that yellow/grape tee layer!

The Closet Shopper said...

You look cute in your casual going to do errands outfit. I'm with you on this one. PLEASE ladies, stop with the jammies in public.

What a great cause, Brett.


Peggy said...

Love your Samba shoes! Being soccer players here, we all have those!

LyddieGal said...

Yes, I think so many people fail at casual!
Love those jeans on you and the bag is so pretty, and on a great mission!

Chic on the Cheap

WendyB said...

Nice pattern on that bag!