This human skull leather purse is perfect for goth chicks, anyone in the Addams family and of course women immortals in the Highlander universe. There can be only one! Are you the girlfriend of Connor or Duncan McCloud?
Some women carry so much junk in their purses, they could definitely use something that’s bigger on the inside. Like a TARDIS. No wonder TARDIS purses are becoming more popular. We recently told you about this TARDIS purse, but I think the one shown here is much neater.
An interior light for your purse or backpack might seem like a strange idea, but it actually might really come in handy, especially if you find yourself looking for your keys in the dark, or struggling to find something in your purse while sitting in a darkened movie theater.
Some bags allow you to strum a few tunes, while others let you strap on your gadgets so you can charge them up as you go. And then there are bags that let you indulge in your habit (which is hopefully not an addiction).
Last month we saw proof that practical technology can be seamlessly integrated into fashionable items. The Déjà Vu concept is another promising example. Made by MIT students Heidi Chen and Nicole Tariverdian, it’s a bag that can tell you if you’ve forgotten to put particular items in it.
I barely even notice most purses, which is pretty simple because I’m a guy. But hey, this looks like a great purse to me!
This makes the perfect Valentine’s gift for your girlfriend. On top of showing her how much of a geek you were for buying it, she gets this great purse that’s actually made out of 393 individual computer keys!
Dice are important for gamers of all types, not just fans of tabletop RPGs, so why not make a dicebag to carry your dice in? It sounds like something from Pimp My Ride, but really, it’s just a nifty project you can undertake yourself.
In the market for an adorable and unique bag? Etsy is fast becoming the go-to marketplace for unusual custom items. I mean, where else could you find a handmade bag that’s so geeky you can fake-type on it in moments of boredom?
Here’s a fun accessory for you retro gamer girls out there.
This old school NES controller purse was handcrafted by artist inhope. The bag was stitched together from pieces of handcut vinyl, and is a dead ringer for the iconic grey, black and red 8-bit controller.
A few years back there was an alarming trend of small purse-like accessory bags (also known as “manbags” or “murses”) being carried by metrosexuals in the trendier parts of town. Regardless of how in touch I am with my masculinity, I could never bring myself to point where I would carry one.
Looking for a place to keep all those gold coins you collected from punching at question blocks? Why not keep them in this crafty NES controller coin purse?
These zippered pouches are made from soft and fuzzy appliquéd felt.