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- Easily moves from one bag to another
- Place all your items once and find your items in the same place, in every purse, every time!
- Can be unzipped and used as two separate organizers
- 2 sizes, 13 pockets
- Available in a variety of colors
- Machine washable
- Fabric adds shape, not weight
- Proudly Made in America!
What People Are Saying
My Favorite Purse Organizer Organizing Junkie
Review by Janet R., Cincinnati, OH
I have never written a review on anything in my life–before now. This is the best thing that ever happened to handbags! I travel about 70% of the year. I just recieved a Purse Perfector as a gift from a dear friend. This is an absolute must for those women who have no time in their lives for much of anything – especially not to fumble for “stuff” in the bottom of a bag or to leave critical things when changing bags.
The Purse Perfector inventor is the: Picasso of purses; Eienstein of evening bags; Hawking of handbags; Bach of backpacks; Faraday of fanny packs; Descartes of daybags; Newton of new bags…well, you get the message.
This is well worth purchasing! 5++++ stars!
Review by Karen N., Newport, RI
The best! Now I’m not stuck with one utilitarian black bag because I’m too lazy to unload all of its compartments just to use another bag for a few hours. Free at last…
My Travels to Scotland and London I recently returned from a two-week trip to Scotland and London. Our transportation included planes, trains, driving on the “wrong” side of the road, the London Underground subway and lots of rainy walks. Packing challenges included hiking shoes for walking in the Highlands to a black tie dinner at […]
Let’s face it, ladies – it’s difficult to distinguish what is a “necessity” and a “want to have on hand” when it comes to purse organization. “What should stay in and what should stay out of your purse? THAT is the question” No, it’s not a line from Shakespeare, but it is a question that […]
This image of my mother was created at a party in the late 1950s. The hosts supplied various media and scrap paper (this piece of paper has notes from a garden club meeting on the other side). Painted in watercolors and crayon, my mother placed it in the discard pile when downsizing to move to […]