Some compelling reasons to use canvas pouches

by Pipabox Admin
Life in plastic is definitely not fantastic, and we all know that, and leather is also not a sustainable source. Canvas is all natural and is a renewable resource, thus they are a better choice any day.
 One of the greatest advantages of canvas bags is that they are reusable, completely washable, and easy to carry, fold, store, and grab at any time. You do have to use a canvas pouch for a while until it returns on its environmental investment, but you can achieve such a goal with no effort.
The concept of canvas pouches is not new, but they can be a statement, and stylish accessory. On the contrary, they have become all the rage right now, as they convey an even more powerful statement than luxury designer purses, since they are sustainable, environment friendly and at the same time, fun, low maintenance yet bold statements.
They speak not about money but mindfulness, ethics, belonging, access and culture.
They are versatile. You can easily repurpose a makeup pouch into a daily casual accessory to carry your personal items around town when you are out for a walk, go to the office, or have brunch with your girlfriends.
The beauty of these bags reside in their simplicity.
They are spacious and pliable, thus have the room for that little extra item that you need desperately but your pouch seems full. It does not disappoint you. You can always squeeze it in.
While being statement pieces that are fun, quirky and fashionable, these pouches are sturdy and premium quality yet affordable and comes at greatly attractive prices.
We insist on how easy to use, reuse, and wear these canvas pouches are. They are low maintenance and easily sustains multiple washes. 
Just keep an eye on the water temperature, as you do not want them to shrink or lose their colour. Moreover, if they come with prints, paintings, glued appliques, beads, or other embellishments, be careful to follow the washing and tumbling rules – you do not want to shrink them, get colour and print fading, colour transfers, tears, and so on.

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