Here’s a whole slew of scooter goodness for you from the online UK retailer “Not On The High Street.” They have a selective application process for sellers and want only the unique and well-made. They are especially interested in supporting small British businesses â€” both designers and manufacturers. And it’s easy ordering for us Yanks.
I especially like the scooter girl wallets/clutches and the two-wheel sprint scarf featuring both bicycles and Vespas.
Scooters show up a lot in Lulu’s accessories. I love shopping and I love scooters but the two are often hard to combine unless you have a big luggage rack and lots of bungies ; ) This purse can be worn as a shoulder or cross-body bag and will set you back Â£295.00.
Espe â€” a Canadian accessories maker â€” has long been a maker of scooter friendly stuff. The leather purse with the dog and the scooter on it that just about everyone had about 5 years ago? Made by Espe. They recently did a similar design but this time with a cat. The design is called “Felicity” and alas by the time I got this post up (it’s only been a month since I got the tip â€” I swear!) the Espe site no longer features the Tote Bag, Wallet, Coin Purse or Card Holder it once did. Boo!
I did find some links for the wallet on Amazon. It’s $30 and holds bills, coins, IDs and cards with 14 card slots, 4 bill slots and 1 coin zippered compartment. The other accessories can be found by intrepid searchers of the Google and the eBay.
Thanks so much to Heather M. for this find! Sorry I wasn’t faster on the uptake.
I’ve been a longtime fan of Jonathan Adler for his pervasive love of all things retro and kitsch. But he hadn’t produced a single bit of scootery until just recently. Get ready to empty your wallets folks, because his style ain’t cheap. The Positano needlepoint pillow is $98, the Jet Set Duchess totes are $178 and the Vespa Jute Pouch is $38. Sigh. I need a sugar daddy.
You can get this sporty print in everything from itty bitty cosmetic bags to barely legal carry-on bag size. Thanks to Melissa M. and also Linda C. at Memphis Vespa which are carrying a great number of these bags.
I know this scooter has to be based on an Odd Scoot somewhere. Anyone have any idea what it might be? Lulu Guinness is more easily identifiable – a London based designer of coveted purses and accessories. Sorry to say that’s all I know about this bag. So save your eBay auction alert now!