What’s in? What’s hip? What’s hot in purse styles? I’m not sure! So, since I’m not one of the “in” crowd, I reached out to 20-something Elizabeth and asked what she would put on her GTM Original concealed carry purse holiday wish list. ~MC
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I really like the professional, sleek look of the Black & White Purse Portfolio. I would use it as both an everyday purse and a work bag, depending on the day. The color makes it so versatile, it easily goes with any outfit.
This is a nice looking, cross body purse that is both stylish and functional. It’s the right size to hold all my essentials and still be hands-free. I also love the pop of color. With 7 different colors to choose from, there’s something for everyone.
The GTM School Girl is a classic must have. It’s the cross body that works for every occasion: formal, casual or every day. It’s large enough to hold more than the minimal, but not too big that I couldn’t carry it all day long.
I love the simplistic style of this bag. Made out of a quilted microfiber polyester fabric also should make it easy to clean, which is a huge bonus. And, this style is really in right now!
This is perfect for days when you need to carry everything plus the kitchen sink. This spacious bag makes it easy to bring essentials along, yet still look stylish and chic. The Cinnamon & Black Bowler gives the option for carrying it by the handles, as a handbag or cross body with the straps. I enjoy this versatility it offers, since sometimes I like the look of carrying it by the handles.
And there you have it folks. A wish list of what’s “in” for 20-somethings at GTM Originals.
Michelle Cerino, aka Princess Gunslinger, is the managing and social media editor at The WON. Michelle is the president of Cerino Consulting and Training Group, LLC, a firearms training company she built with her husband Chris in 2011. Her path in the firearms and outdoors industries is ever progressing. She is writing, hunting, competing and doing contract work for major manufacturers. View all posts by Michelle Cerino
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