Tag Archives: Happy Snails

Kim carries …

Retail Visual Design Specialist Kimberly Milentis makes a living out of displaying items in an attractive fashion. Knowing this, we weren’t that surprised when we looked in her bag. Everything is adorable, right down to her gloves, and lucky for us, Kim is a girl who is happy to dish about what she carries. 1. […]

Bliss carries …

Bliss Cook, Vera Bradley Financial Analyst, is quite the girl on the go. When she’s not busy providing analytical support to our creative teams, she can often be found doing something active (she loves running and yoga) or volunteering in the community. “My family has always taught me the importance of volunteering (I started tying […]

Fall is here!

You’ve waited patiently. You’ve crafted Wish Lists and scouted out your favorite new colors and styles. And today, it all pays off. Welcome Mocha Rouge, Plum Petals, Happy Snails and Safari Sunset, and all of the cute new styles of Fall 2011! We would love to know which palette pleases you most this season. Vote […]

And the new styles are …

We’re releasing ten new Signature styles with Fall 2011 (available online and in stores tomorrow, July 7). Here is a taste of what’s coming … East West Tote This handsome horizontal tote is ideal for housing magazines, books and any other daily essentials. The clean and simple styling features three interior slip pockets, a hidden […]

Natural beauty

With I heart eco, you can tackle your scholarly agenda while being mindful of your environmental responsibility. A “natural” extension of our Paper and Gift collection, we’re introducing six new styles of stationery crafted from renewable resources like 70% bamboo paper, 30%-60% recycled paper and soy-based inks. We even included recycled paper pencils! Choose from […]

Happy Snails

Trend Reporter Liz takes us color by color through Fall 2011. Are you ready for something really fabulous? Seriously, are you ready? Because the Fall 2011 line is a knockout and I am not just saying that because I work here. (Ok, maybe a little …) Let’s start with a little joy, shall we? This […]