Entries in Pink Clover (3)


Show Me Yours // Pink Clover

Annie Chao from Long Beach, California shows us her Pink Clover today.

Annie carries the following inside her Clover:

Canon Rebel T3i w/ attached 18-55mm IS Lens w/strap
Extra 55-200mm IS Lens
Coach Wallet
Coach Coin purse
2 bank checkbooks
Apple MacBook Air 15" w/power cord
Apple 1st gen iPad
Coach Sun Glasses
3 Pens
2 Chapsticks
Compact mirror
Face oil blots
Pair of earrings
iPhone (used to take photos)

Lots of items in that bag, right? Here are Annie's before and after shots:

Thanks for sharing, Annie. We love to see how everyone personalizes their bag!

If you want to show us yours, well go right on ahead! Send your photos + list of bag contents to media@epiphaniebags.com. Note "Show Me Yours" in the subject line. More information about this series can be found here.

Mixed Bag: Bright Welcome

Alex of AVE Styles wows us again with this delightful creation! We all need a splash of pink in our lives!

Epiphanie Pink Clover
Floral Cami // Top Shop
Mustard Blazer // Dress Rail
Skinny Jeans // Allsaints
Ankle Boots // Rupert Sanderson
Turquoise Earrings // Mimi Boutique
Necklace // Kate Spade
Sunglasses // Oliver Peoples
Lipstick // Yves Saint Laurent

Alexandra Evjen is a fashion stylist and founder of AVE Styles. You will find her regularly styling photo shoots, digging through closets, reading every fashion magazine she can get her hands on, frequenting coffee shops and enjoying the company of friends and family.


Where Did You Have Your Epiphanie? // Rocky Mountains

Our travel series brings us back the States today as Leslie shares her Rocky Mountain adventure.

And an adventure it was. You see, Leslie's dear husband gave her a "photo safari" in the Rocky Mountains for her mother's day gift. You know, just a sweet and innocent short hike to photograph the sunrise and a waterfall.

Leslie is pictured below with her future brother-in-law, Nick.

Well this harmless little excursion turned into an unplanned, six mile hike up and down a mountain. And there was some snow. And she wasn't wearing proper hiking shoes! Leslie says, "Two miles of the hike was in the snow, deep snow! The trail itself was packed pretty solid, but very slippery. If you stepped off the trail, you risked sinking in the snow above your knees."

Can you imagine?

Luckily, her travel guide, Jared was kind enough to carry her Clover when the hike became the obstacle course of Leslie's life.

Jared, we don't even know you, but you are indeed a true gentleman!

Despite the elements, Leslie still came away with these five favorites for the Rocky Mountains/Estes Park, Colorado:

1) Hire a guide for a day trip. We used Yellow Wood Guiding (ywguiding.com) and learned a lot about the area and photography from Jared.
2) Have lunch at DeLeo's Park Theatre Cafe & Deli (www.deleosdeli.com) in Estes Park.
3) Hike the Wild Basin to Calypso Cascades and enjoy several other waterfalls on the way.
4) Drive Trail Ridge Road to the Alpine Visitors Center. (http://www.nps.gov/romo/planyourvisit/visitor_centers.htm)
5) See the sights or hike the trails at Bear and Sprague Lakes. Although less than 4 miles apart, Bear Lake was frozen and under several feet of snow while there was almost no snow to be seen around Sprague Lake during our trip there in late May.

Wow, thanks for sharing Leslie! Such a great adventure!

Attention all those who own Epiphanie bags! We know you've been to some fabulous places. Or live in some incredible, travel-worthy cities for that matter. We want to hear from you! Send a few shots and your list of 5 favorite things to do in that location to media@epiphaniebags.com.  Include a short bio about yourself and note "Where Did You Have Your Epiphanie?" in the subject line. Thanks!