Josoblu – Bag Review
it would have to be the business card. Possibly not the most conventional of answers, but it’s true nonetheless. Firstly, it’s in the shape of a bag, aptly summing up their entire business; but more importantly, the colours used on it are understated and charming. I think business cards always seem so personal, it’s as though the company is offering up a small part of themselves so you can decide whether they’re worth your while and this particular one speaks volumes. It’s imploring you to like them without being brash, but innovative enough to cause intrigue.
So what are their bags like? Well, we received a Re-Uz Carrier Lite with the print ‘Retro Pear’. Since we live in England, it’s definitely useful to have a waterproof bag! The print is very on trend, and just perfect for the spring/summer months.
The bag also comes with a small accompanying pouch, so you can fold up your bag and store it in there when it’s not in use. The smaller pouch has a clip, so you can attach it to your carrier and not risk losing it. Since the same print is used on both items, you could even give the pouch to your child (if the child in question is a girl), and you can have matching bags! The main bag also has a small side compartment; well, everyone needs somewhere to keep their mirror and lipstick, right?
Now, what makes this company different from the rest? Well, it’s a family-run business, which gives it a more home-grown feeling. It’s nice to know who you’re buying from, rather than having the detachment of too large a company. They’re also philanthropic! If that doesn’t count for something, then I don’t know what will! Nowadays, not many small businesses are willing to divulge much of their time to charity work; however, they support ‘Born too Soon’, a charity dealing with premature babies, due to them having firsthand experience with this type of tragedy.
So why don’t you go and have a look at their website, and be sure to get yourself a Josoblu Bag today!
Written by: Sophie Lau