Green Girl ecoTOTES: Eco-Glam for the Whole Fam!

07/29/2009 at 10:00 AM ET

If I had a nickel for every time someone has complimented my Green Girl ecoTOTE ($45 and up), I’d be a wealthy, wealthy woman.

Correction: a wealthy, wealthy, environmentally friendly woman.

This bag — I have the Heath pattern — is somehow a magnet for all funky mamas.

Everyone loves it.

And really, why wouldn’t they?

On top of all the beautiful, eye-catching prints that are available, the ecoTOTE bags are reversible (two bags in one, my friends!), and so, so roomy. I can fit all kinds of things into mine and still have room for a sippy cup or two.

To make ecoTOTES even more wonderful, Green Girl makes kid-sized versions called Tiny Totes ($20 and up). The same style that mom uses, but in a smaller size and with kid-friendly prints and adjustable straps. My children have been happily packing theirs full of toys and snacks and carting them with us to playdates and appointments.

I know the cost of a Green Girl bag is higher than the kind you can buy at your local supermarket, but Green Girl totes are extremely versatile: a beach bag one day, a yoga bag the next and they’re fabric so they’re much more durable. I happen to be using my ecoTOTE as a purse right now and you certainly won’t catch me doing that with a grocery store bag!

Green Girl bags are available in canvas or lighter-weight cotton. There are also jute bags and lovely organic options, as well.

Stephanie, crunchy, urban Canadian mama to a 4-year-old contrarian son and a 1-year-old philosopher daughter loves all things green, gadgety and glam

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jen on

Very cute.This just inspired me, I think I am going to go to my sewing room and make on similar.