Vera Bradley ID Cases and Credit Card Holders
Vera Bradley ID Cases and Credit Card Holders are Fun to Collect and Use!
Vera Bradley is a designer company and makes popular ID cases and credit card holders, as well as other designer handbags and fashion accessories.
The ID cases are cute, compact, and versatile and can also hold your credit cards. They are also practical. When you don't want to carry a bulky purse or are going to be in a crowd and are afraid you might get pick-pocketed, these ID holders are tiny enough so that you can even tie them onto your bra strap.
In fact, I heard of one woman who was spared from being pick-pocketed while on a trip to Europe with her friend. Unfortunately, her friend's purse was stolen and they had to spend an entire day of their short trip at the Embassy to get another passport so they could make the flight home on time.
Vera Bradley has also earned a reputation as a leader in the gift industry. Creating stylish quilted cotton luggage, along with their stylish handbags and fashion accessories, the company combines smart product designs with distinctive and colorful fabrics and trims.
ID Cases & Credit Card Holders in Unique Feminine Fabric Designs
Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the maker of these coveted designer ID cases, credit card holders, handbags, luggage items, and other designer fashion accessories, is now a nationally and internationally recognized designer fashion company.
They are firmly committed to excellent quality, exclusive designs, and dependable customer service.
For more than 20 years, the company has enjoyed a loyal following of customers who not only look forward to their lovely new fabrics and styles, introduced each new season...
But loyal fans who also appreciate the function and quality that is synonymous with the name of this designer!
Vera Bradley ID Cases and Credit Card Holders Are Cheerful, Colorful, Practical
The company Vera Bradley was not actually founded by a woman named Vera Bradley. It was founded by Patricia Miller and Barbara Bradley Baekgaard.
Actually, the Vera Bradley story is a testimony to the American Dream:
While on vacation in March of 1982, Patricia and Barbara were awaiting a flight in Atlanta when they noticed a definite lack of feminine-looking luggage. The longtime friends wasted no time in correcting this situation.
Within weeks, these dynamic women had created a company, named after Barbara's mother, capable of marketing and manufacturing their cleverly designed products. The demand for these unique ID cases<, handbags, luggage items, and other designer fashion accessories has grown.
Read the Vera Bradley Success Story on SCORE.org, a small business counseling service.
Video: Best Things Are Happening Here!
ID cases and credit card holders -- Just ONE Tiny Piece of a Fun, Colorful, DISTINCTIVE Puzzle! Here's a sampling of what they've been up to recently.
TIP: Buy BEFORE Designs are Retired
If you happen to fall in love with a particular pattern or color that your purchase as a Vera Bradley ID Holder or Credit Card Holder, you may want to consider also purchasing a few different pieces in that same pattern if you prefer a coordinated look.
Keep in mind that Vera Bradley frequently retires popular colors and patterns, and RETIRED Vera Bradley designer accessories tend NOT to be discounted at all. In fact, they often even frequently sell for ABOVE retail prices!
Therefore, if you purchase one item in a design that you really like, think about picking up any coordinating pieces you may want now, while you still can.
Video: Like It's the Very LAST One!
In this 16-second video, a customer leaps across the table to snag her favorite Vera Bradley handbag! It just goes to show you how PRIZED these distinctive bags and other accessories such as the ID/credit card holders really ARE!
Video: Inside the Manufacturing Plant
NewsChannel 15 takes an interesting look inside the facility in New Haven, Indiana. See how your favorite fashion accessories are made!
Video: "My Vera Bradley Collection..."
It's a lot of FUN to watch this video and find out what this young lady has in her collection and get tips about what she feels are essential pieces to own (especially for college/high school students).