It’s ironic that my previous post was about reducing the weight of my purses, but sometimes there are just too many cute things to ignore. Tokidoki.it has charms and chains sold, including their Ketai, which looks fun if you add it to a large bag. I use this, minus the big blue orb, on my Graziosa or Stellina (Tokidoki purse lingo), depending on which one suits my mood. I’ve actually downsized to the Sorriso bag, which is a small hobo size, which comfortably accommodates everything but my Flip video or my camera.
Here are two closeups of the Hello Kitty for Tokidoki Ketai charms:
Hazel, on west Montrose, sells a variety of blind boxed keyring chains and charms by KidRobot that are lighter than using the Tokidoki Ketai. The line is called Yummy Breakfast, and I ended up with toast.
If you are using a very small purse, you might consider checking out Amanda’s cell phone charms on Ebay. She provides very fast service, and usually offers some very small and darling Hello Kitty charms.