Style on the horizon

Our batch of fresh Fall styles doesn’t officially arrive until Tuesday, July 10, but we’re previewing them just a bit early. Stop by Inside Stitch after the Fourth for a more formal introduction to our upcoming handbags, accessories, and paper and gift items, along with — what else — some great giveaways!

Until then …
Watch Liz on Location preview a few of the great styles for Back to Campus.

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15 Responses to Style on the horizon

  1. vera bradley lover says:

    OMG so cute!!!!!:)♥:D♥:)♥:D♥:)

  2. Jaime Forseth says:

    that is amazing!!!!

  3. Erica says:

    I am forty, I like your bags too. I also am the one that decides what to buy for my teenage kid. Are you planning tomarket to us at all any time soon. I know I am not alone when I say the new campaigns and styles you have been running, make me feel like I don’t count. Growing old sucks.

    • MoriahN says:

      No, it doesn’t! Growing old means you’ve lived life!
      And about Vera Bradley supposedly marketing to only teenagers, really!? You cannot tell me that at all! VB does a great job of creating bags and patterns for every age! My daughter(who is 16) and I (at age 47), wear the same patterns! But if you think these bags are still too young for you, than take your business (and your comments) some place else!

    • Lauren Kaye says:

      Vera is releasing their fall collection in two flights. The first release, which we are now seeing, is obviously being aimed at the “back to school” crowd. (Remember, “back to school” can be plenty applicable for adults, too. I, myself, am a teacher, and there are plenty of adult college students.) The second release, which I believe we will be seeing in a month or two (it’s been a while since I read up on it, so my memory is a bit hazy), features 3 or 4 additional patterns and a handful of new styles. I’ve previewed the patterns in the second release and I have to say that, by far, I enjoyed them infinitely more than these three new patterns.

      So, no worries, Vera is not ignoring their older patrons. They’re just jumping on the “back to school” bandwagon at the moment, and I really can’t blame them. Stick around for the rest of the fall collection to be released!

  4. dotmoody says:

    I’m soon to be 44 and I LOVE the VB patterns!! I can not wait to get something in Paisley Meets Plaid!! Be Colorful 🙂

    • mikred says:

      Oh thanks for your post. I’m 40 and thought I was the only Paisley Meets Plaid adult fan. I bought one and was considering exchanging it because it may have been to young for me.

  5. Lynnie says:

    Where all these backpacks and the messenger bag last season when I bought a school bag. Now I want the messenger in Indigo Pop! =(

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  7. Pat Koch says:

    I can hardly wait until the second release of the new patterns and bags, looking forward to Canyon! Just started getting Vera this year and all 3 of my daughters are now Vera fans, thanx to my lovely sister and nieces.
    LOVE them!!!

  8. gretchen roberson says:

    Not at all liking the new patterns, I think they need some new designers! Btw, I have been collecting VB bags since 1987..and I have at least 30 or so~

  9. Janice Peachey says:

    I’m almost 66 and I love Vera Bags. Your only as old as you feel and think!!!!

  10. Kay Sholis says:

    I got my first Vera bag in the mid 1990’s. Am now 68 and still love the bags. I also bought my daughter her first bag in 1999 to take to college. Now she
    has a closet full of Vera bags!

  11. Felix Felicis says:

    I absolutely ADORE these new bags. The campus backpack is by far my fav, would love to get it!!! Giveaway?!?!?!? Hmmmm….. I wish! Are there any giveaways right now going on??? Dont want to miss one! And will Vera ever make phone cases for other phones?? My poor android is feeling very bare!!!!!

  12. Maddie Y. says:

    I love all the new patterns! I agree that Vera is gearing this release towards students, but that doesn’t mean other people can’t like it! I at first didn’t like the patterns, but the Indigo Pop is growing on me!

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