As everyone on our email list already knows, we're currently running a Twelve Days of Christmas
email campaign showcasing unique products we've sourced especially for the holidays
Anyway, one of the items we just added are some Ettinger Bridle Leather wallets that are absolutely spectacular. Thought you all might be interested.
A customer recently was chatting with me through the website about his thinking on wallets. Although the stock Ettinger wallet is absolutely beautiful, he brought up a few really interesting points.
1. He hates bulky stuff in his pockets. I do, also, which is why I use a money clip instead of a wallet (although I'll probably take one of the Navy wallets for myself after the holidays). He suggested modifying this wall to not include the internal money divider in order to make this wallet even slimmer. I totally agree - great idea.
2. He recommended adding the wallet in RED because it's the best way to get a waiter's attention when you need the check and want to leave. Again, I totally agree. I would have never otherwise considered a red wallet, but with this narrative, I might just end up with one soon.
3. He uses a different, even slimmer wallet formally. Fascinating. Again, I've never thought of using more than one wallet. Normally if I'm going out formally, I'll just take my drivers license, AMEX, and a few 20's and stick them in my pocket. But he has a totally second wallet for this purpose.... which made me think... what is the perfect "formal" wallet? Criteria would be as slim as possible.So, this has ignited my interest in collaborating with Ettinger to develop a custom wallet(s). Any additional suggestions?