Written by Michelle Kretzer
We challenge you to find a more attractive laptop bag than the Chopper by eco-friendly vegan handbag maker Gunas. We also challenge you to find it at a better price than free. Gunas is giving this elegant $450 designer bag to one lucky PETA Files reader. The they'll-never-believe-it's-not-leather bag has a padded pocket, extra compartment, and padded shoulder strap.
To enter, just leave a comment telling us why you love being cruelty-free or how you'll use this Gunas bag to spread the cruelty-free message. The most inspiring comment will be chosen as the winner.*
Want even more cruelty-free product giveaways, coupons, deals, and steals? Just "like" PETA's "Shop for Animals" Facebook page. Even if you aren't the lucky winner, you can still get a Gunas bag at a great deal. The company is offering an exclusive discount to PETA's blog readers. Just enter the code PETA20 when you purchase a bag via the company's website to receive 20 percent off on all bags sitewide. (Valid until February 20.)
It might be the middle of winter, but
you can have a warm sea breeze. This Sea Breeze Turquoise Jade Belt
by Christina Miller
Designs can be worn many ways, including as a single- or double-strand necklace. The
closure is a gold-fill clasp sturdy enough for your jeans but delicate enough
for your neck.
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about your cruelty-free fashion sense.
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