Last year I shared that there are changes coming to STRUCTUREbags and to the Guyader family as a whole. Well... here is a sneak peek!

A few of the changes are immediate. A few of the changes are subtle. All of the changes will allow me to continue STRUCTUREbag's history of quality, unique handmade goods with a line dedicated to giving back.

For the immediate: I am not currently pursuing new wholesale accounts. This means that although you won't find STRUCTUREbags pop-up at a new boutique near you, you will still have access to the best prices right here at the shop. Plus, it means I can focus on creating! And when I mean creating, I mean...

New, but subtle change, in direction: STRUCTUREbags is keeping all the good. Organic fabrics. Handmade quality. Personal attention. But we will be enhancing the one-of-a-kind nature of our organic lines, making every fabric design and piece unique to STRUCTUREbags. The first release is scheduled for this summer.

Finally, the deals: With our new direction, we need room for these great new pieces. That means deals! And these deals will arrive just as spring arrives. Be sure to stay close - because the supply is limited, the items include our best-sellers and the deals will be pretty spanking awesome!

I hope you'll share the STRUCTUREbags love with others who love quality, handmade goods. And do comment below to let me know which items you have your eye on. I need to know for when I start making room and deals!

Thanks for your loyalty!


Written by Brenda Guyader — March 02, 2016

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