Inside ToteSavvy

What's In My Bag: DeNeitra Burnett

Inside ToteSavvy

What's In My Bag: DeNeitra Burnett

by ToteSavvy Team on Mar 23, 2021
As an entrepreneur and boy-mama of two, DeNeitra Burnett is always on the move. She shares what she keeps with her on her busy days.  Going into the world as an entrepreneur momma, during a global pandemic presents some very unique challenges. As the owner of Savvy Events, an experiential events + gifting agency I'm always on the go. ToteSavvy has been such a huge lifesaver by helping me to eliminate the stress of fitting everything into my diaper bag in an orderly and efficient manner. I have been known to lose things in my massive bag, but using ToteSavvy allows me to be much more organized and to keep everything in its proper place.  So, what's in my diaper bag today as me and my little man head off to my warehouse? Well, I'm glad you asked. . .  Baby Teether Pacifier  Boiron Camilla Teething drops  Honest baby lotion Diapers Wipes 2 onesies  Bibs Swaddle blanket Happy Tots Super Foods pouch Portable sound machine Lip balm Ipad Airpods  #allthethings!  And you guys, that's not even including the disposable masks and hand sanitizer I usually have in the bag.  What I love about the ToteSavvy Deluxe: 1. It's super functional. There are so many compartments which make it a breeze to fit everything.  2. It's easy to clean - with a 7-month-old, things can get messy. It's super easy to wipe down. 3. I love the color! It's super feminine and totally my style. 4. It fits my laptop and/or my Ipad perfectly. I'm completely in love with my ToteSavvy and recommend it to all of my mommy friends! Follow along on my business owner + mommy journey on my Instagram @savvyeventsllc. Shop ToteSavvy Organizers
Top Tips to Safely Exercise Post-Baby

Inside ToteSavvy

Top Tips to Safely Exercise Post-Baby

by Mackenzie Kay on Mar 15, 2021
by: Mahri Relin of Body Conceptions I love the process of working with women during their pregnancies and seeing the ways that exercise can be so helpful and energizing. After giving birth, I know the tendency is to want to jump right back into exercise.  However, it’s easy to feel lost about how to proceed once you get “cleared” by your doctor since so few people receive guidance. Where do you start, and are there things you need to know to make sure you’re exercising safely? After having a baby, most of the focus for a new mom should be on healing.  There are lots of changes the body experiences during and after pregnancy, and proper focus on posture, breathing, and regaining strength (especially in the core) is so important.  I often tell new moms that this healing process is key to making sure that they can return to more intense fitness safely.  When parts of the body aren’t strong enough, other parts of the body take over and can become tight and painful or even become injured (like your upper or lower back and your hip flexors, for example).  Getting back into exercise with patience is the best way to prevent injury and ultimately return to your previous fitness life with more strength and control than ever before. Here are a few quick tips to keep in mind as you start: Make sure your rib cage is aligned over your hips Lots of new moms shift back in their rib cage and upper body (especially when they’re holding their new baby), which makes it harder if not impossible to connect with your core.  It can be helpful to look in the mirror, stack your rib cage over your hips, and remember this feeling as you go about your day.  Focus on breathing properly Many pregnant and postnatal women breathe up into their shoulders, which can lead to tightness and pain in the neck, shoulders, and upper back.  Breathing like this can also make you feel stressed.  Try keeping your shoulders relaxed and down while you breathe deeply into all side of your lower body and relax your pelvic floor at the same time.  On the exhale, pull your lower abs into your spine. Notice how this connects you with your deep core and pelvic floor and also helps you relax and reduce anxiety. Try not to tuck your pelvis and clench your glutes The body does an amazing job of making things happen one way or another.  For example, when the core is weak after birth, many women unconsciously tuck their pelvis and clench their glutes as a way of stabilizing themselves.  Unfortunately, this can lead to injury and pain, and it also leads to a disordered connection to the core.  Squats can be a great way to counteract this pattern and also strengthen and stretch the glutes.  Rock-backs on hands and knees can also help.  And while you are working on all of this, you should focus on strengthening the lower, deep core muscles so that you can engage them more automatically. Stretch and open the front of your shoulders and watch upper back hunching Actions like picking up and holding your baby and breastfeeding are unavoidable, and they can also lead to hunching in your upper body and tightness in your shoulders.  Try to engage your core before you lift and consider using bolsters to support breastfeeding.  Also, take a few minutes to open up and stretch your shoulders, which will make a huge difference.  Lie down along the length of a roller or a rolled-up blanket and place your arms out to your sides in a goal post position.  Try to let the elbows reach down to the ground and hold this position. Also try making angel shapes as you extend your arms above our heads, out to the sides, and down to the ground with your fingers tracing along the ground. Some exercise ideas: Use the tips above to stretch and strengthen properly as you ease into an exercise regimen.  It may take some time before you get back into explosive plyometric exercise or extensive cardio.  Try starting with shorter intervals of exercise, and make sure you are aligned and in control of your movement.  You will build stamina over time, and you will notice that you can do more and more without losing form and technique.  Here are a few exercises that can be great to add into your routine… Abs on the Back with a Pillow Core work is essential at all stages of postnatal recovery and beyond.  Start by lying on your back with your legs bent and feet on the ground. Place a small pillow between your knees.  As you inhale, relax your pelvic floor (imagine it lowering down a little), and breathe into your lower belly, sides, and lower back.  On your exhale, squeeze the pillow, flatten your spine against the ground, and pull your low abdominals into your spine.  Inhale and repeat.  You can do this multiple times in a sitting position and several times throughout the day. Parallel Squats and Lunges As discussed above, squats can help counteract postural issues that arise postnatally.  They are a fantastic way to strengthen your core and lower body, and they also help prepare you for lifting heavy things (like babies!) while supporting yourself properly.  Start by standing with your feet hip distance apart and your knees and toes facing forward.  You can hold your arms in a prayer position.  Lower into a squat, driving your hips and tailbone back with a flat spine and lower abs engaged.  Keep your chest reaching forward and your shoulders relaxed back and down. Stand up and come down again into your squat several times (6-8X), then hold the squat and pulse in this position (10-12X).  Repeat two times through. You can add variations to this exercise by stepping out to deep lunges on each side with the same pattern (coming all the way up and down from standing to the lunge 6-8X and then holding the lunge with multiple pulses).  You can also step into alternating back lunges on each leg. Bonus:  Incorporate your baby! Exercise on a blanket Try using blanket time as an exercise experience!  You can do little pushups, leg lifts, bridges, rock-backs, and stretches, all while touching and interacting with your baby.  My favorite is pushups on your knees, kissing your baby every time you go down toward the ground. With all of these exercises, make sure you have been cleared by your doctor first.  You should be careful if you have a diastasis or any pelvic floor pain or incontinence.  Working with an expert, even briefly, can be very helpful in helping you navigate what works for your body and what doesn’t.  And don’t focus on anyone else!!  This is your own unique recovery experience.  Figure out what feels good and what doesn’t and notice all the amazing gains you make every day.  Going at your own pace and working carefully will prevent injury and will help you build greater strength and alignment - perhaps more than you may have had before your pregnancy! Mahri Relin is the founder of Body Conceptions, personalized workouts designed to support women through all stages of life. As an AFPA Pre- and Postnatal Exercise Specialist, a Certified Wellness and Nutrition Consultant, and a Certified Personal Trainer, Mahri works with women to help them exercise safely during and after pregnancy. Please follow along at @bodyconceptions
5 Things Mom-to-Be Really Wants

Inside ToteSavvy

5 Things Mom-to-Be Really Wants

by Kara Neff on Mar 08, 2021
A specially curated list of most-wanted essentials   For every expectant mama out there, there’s a supportive village surrounding her wondering what to gift her in preparation for the next phase of her life. Such is the goal of a baby shower or baby registry--prepping new parents with the tools and essentials they need to usher in their beautifully chaotic next chapter. But beyond the diaper delivery service and the luxurious smart sleepers that are inevitably on their registries, what about mom?  We did the heavy lifting so that you can get your mom-to-be what she really wants.  The 4th Trimester Nesting Bundle by Hatch Life postpartum has a different ring to it. There’s beauty, there’s chaos, and there are also clothes that might not quite fit like they used to. Hatch took that all into account with their 4th Trimester Nesting Bundle, an absolute essential for the hospital and life-after. Bonus: mom will look cuter than she probably feels. Sakara Life Meal Subscription  Sakara Life has perfected organic health and wellness, making their meal subscription a no-brainer. Gifting a healthy meal delivery service to a loved one is so much more than creating ease in a time of new routines. You’ll also be nourishing her with nutrients to fortify every new moment--especially sleepless nights.  Melissa Wood Health Streaming  Self-care may be a line that’s so overused we feel fatigued from it--especially in times like these--but being mindfully methodical about carving time for ourselves shouldn’t be something we take lightly. Nothing could be more true for new moms. A health streaming service such as the one Melissa Wood offers is an amazing way moms can reconnect with themselves and their bodies from the comfort of home.  Artipoppe Baby Carrier For the mom that values style, say no more. The Artipoppe Baby Carrier is, perhaps, the most luxe baby carrier out there. Not only will its sleek designs have every fashion mama swooning, but she’ll feel further comforted with its thoughtful design that checks off all comfort needs--for both herself and, most importantly, for baby.  ToteSavvy One of the biggest challenges about motherhood--and perhaps especially new motherhood--is maintaining organization. For new, first-time moms, there’s so much to keep up with that they weren’t accustomed to pre-baby. So to keep everything from diapers, bottles, pacifiers, wipes, swaddles, not to mention her own belongings, in perfect working order, get her the gift of organization. There’s a ToteSavvy for everything, PLUS, she gets to keep her favorite tote (and her sense of self, too). 
Our Favorite Bags

Inside ToteSavvy

Our Favorite Bags

by ToteSavvy Team on Mar 01, 2021
of the moment bags to pair with ToteSavvy Clare V. Giant Trop Tote There's nothing better than a sporty quilted tote as your go-to bag. The style is cool and classic with a hint of trendiness. We love this Clare V style for its size and effortless feel.  Pair it with ToteSavvy Original or Deluxe!  Shop Bag Organizers   Rebecca Minkoff Megan Large Leather Tote A classic silhouette with a fun twist. We love the cool oversized clasp to spice up this Rebecca Minkoff tote. Pair it with ToteSavvy Original (we suggest Blush!) or Deluxe. Shop Bag Organizers   Mansur Gavriel Oversize Tote A gorgeous leather handbag is a must in all wardrobes. We adore this oversized style by Mansur Gavriel for its beautiful touch and roomy interior. Pair it with a ToteSavvy for added shape and support.  Pair it with ToteSavvy Original or Deluxe. We suggest Almond for this color! Shop Bag Organizers   LV Cabas Mezzo Bag Think of this style as an update to your Neverfull. It's still classic and cool but boasts a zipper top for added security. The interior is a great size and perfect for your ToteSavvy.  Pair it with ToteSavvy Original or Deluxe! Shop Bag Organizers   Clare V Simple Tote This Clare V tote is a staple. It's functional, fashionable, and just all around a great piece for your wardrobe. We adore the print and color of this style, though it does come in a range of other colors.  Pair it with ToteSavvy Original (we suggest French Blue!) or Deluxe (Merlot pairs great with blue!) Shop Bag Organizers   Paravel Cabana Tote   Sometimes you just need a classic nautical tote like this one by Paravel. The lines are clean and will likely match just about any ensemble. Perfect for the park or a beach getaway.  Pair it with ToteSavvy Original or Deluxe!  Shop Bag Organizers Find more handbag recommendations here!    
What's in my Bag: Britny Pittman

Inside ToteSavvy

What's in my Bag: Britny Pittman

by ToteSavvy Team on Feb 16, 2021
Travel to far off places can't come soon enough. For now, we'll live vicariously through our friends. Check out how Britny Pittman packs her ToteSavvy Mini for a quick (and safe!) weekend away.    When I was pregnant with Peri (now 3), I purchased a ToteSavvy Mini to go in my LV Sperone backpack. I knew we’d be traveling a lot and I wanted to be able to be as hands free as possible. At the time, I needed it for all the baby essentials- diapers, wipes, bottles (it has an awesome insulated pocket), etc. After a pretty stationary 2020, I was thrilled to hop on a plane and head to Cabo last weekend. I still use my bag organizer even without kids and it really is a lifesaver. Aside from my usual travel essentials, I’ve now had to add things like sanitizer and extra masks.  Just when I think I can’t fit anything else, my ToteSavvy manages to stretch a little more. I have since bought the ToteSavvy Original size and was recently gifted the Deluxe. Not only do they keep me organized, they’re so beautiful to look at-unlike many others I’ve seen online. I cannot say enough good things about ToteSavvy.  What’s in my bag: Travel Edition Water Hand Sanitizer Sanitizer wipes Extra masks Ibuprofen  Lip mask Undereye masks Chapstick Face lotion A book Comb Extra hair tie Wallet Phone charger Portable charger Ear buds Passport Plane tickets
5 things to consider when you’re organizing your kids’ playroom

Inside ToteSavvy

5 things to consider when you’re organizing your kids’ playroom

by ToteSavvy Team on Feb 01, 2021
Guest post by Tasha Saavedra, Aspire Organizing If you’re a parent, then you know that organizing your kids’ toys is not a “do it once and it’s done” kind of task. Between the constant influx of toys, their changing interests and growing developmental needs - it can almost feel like a never ending task. On top of that, you may find toys strewn all about your home without a good system in place to manage it all.  As the owner and lead professional organizer at Aspire Organizing as well as a mother of two young girls, I can totally empathize with you! The good news is that there are ways you can set up your playroom or toy area that will make this whole process just a little bit easier. So if you’re ready to start organizing your kids toys, here are some of the most important things to consider: What toys do you want within their reach vs out of reach? Carefully consider your child’s maturity, how messy the toy is and if you have any other younger children who it may not be appropriate for. This may be especially true for certain art supplies or ones that have small pieces. Utilize spaces that are higher up or stored things away in a closet if you don’t want them reaching for them without your approval. Put things at eye level and in easy to access bins that you want to encourage your kids to play with. Does your kid need to be able to see it in order to play with it? For some kids, if they can’t see the toy they simply won’t play with it. A true “out of sight, out of mind” mentality. If this is your kid, then use acrylic, clear plastic, or frosted bins to store their toys. This is often true for smaller children who are less likely to read the labels on bins. But if your child doesn’t need to see it to play with it, then consider if hiding the visual clutter will bring you more peace of mind. If that is the case, then go for a cute solid or woven bin. How will you contain small pieces and sets? It’s pretty hard to have a streamlined and organized playroom without the right toy storage and there are plenty of great furniture options out there - cube systems being one of our favorites! But many children's toys, games and puzzles have pieces that need to be stored together or as we like to call it “micro-organized.”  Think barbie clothes, lego sets, craft kits, game pieces etc. Two easy solutions include mesh vinyl zippered bags or small hinged clear boxes. These boxes work well from amazon, as do these. As for the zippered vinyl mesh bags, these are some of our favorites and this variety pack is very helpful, too! We ALWAYS keep zippered bags on hand at all times both on the job and in our own homes. There are an endless number of possibilities to use them! But before you buy anything always measure what you need to store! Will you rotate toys or organize them all? Some families find that setting up a toy rotation system in their home works well for their children. With toy rotations, you group your children’s toys into a couple sets and only make available one set of toys at a time. Then when you find your kids getting bored by their toys or after a pre-determined amount of time, you swap them out for the ones stored away. If you’d like to give this a try, be sure that you have the additional space to store toys, document what you’ve stored away (snap a pic or 2!) and have a calendar reminder set up to make the swap. Toy rotation isn’t for every parent or kid so give it a try if it sounds intriguing, but it’s okay if it is not your cup of tea. How will you categorize and label? Can your kids read? Will they read a bin label? Both are important questions to ask! No matter what you do - don’t skip out on labeling the zones you’ve created or all of your work will eventually be for nothing.  Use the broadest categories possible that are still specific enough to your kids needs.  Then either include a picture on the bin, a label from a label maker or if you’re feeling fancy order some cute custom vinyl labels from etsy and put them on a bin clip. This will save you, your kids and other caretakers so much trouble when it comes time to clean up. And it will make the system maintainable in the long term. Remember, you will need to update your labels when your kids’ needs change! What does your kid actually play with and what can you get rid of now? There is no way I could wrap this up without making a shameless plug to declutter and simplify your toy collection! There are countless articles out there summarizing the findings of studies which have shown that the fewer toys your child has, the more likely they will play with them AND the play will be higher quality. So go ahead, grab a box or two, label it “donations” and walk through your home right now to find some of those items. I promise you that they’re hiding (or in plain sight) somewhere! Be ruthless - it’s okay, you’ll thank yourself later. And remember, you’re the gatekeeper of your home and what enters it so be thoughtful about what you choose to add to your kid’s toy collection in the future!  If you’re looking for more organizing tips, be sure to follow us on Instagram and our other social platforms. Our DMs are always open and we’re here to help parents make life just a little bit easier!
#BossMom Spotlight: Amanda Little of ABBY&FINN

Inside ToteSavvy

#BossMom Spotlight: Amanda Little of ABBY&FINN

by ToteSavvy Team on Jan 25, 2021
In 2016 Amanda Little, along with her 3 co-founders (one being her husband), launched ABBY&FINN, a diaper subscription service that offers parents environmentally friendly diapers that grow with your child and don't cost a fortune. Sounds perfect, right? We caught up with Amanda to chat diaper duty, motherhood and of course, how she stays organized. Can you share how ABBY&FINN got started? ABBY&FINN started when my husband, Lance, and I realized we were spending over $180 a month with another diaper subscription company to diaper our two girls, which seemed crazy! We wanted to use high quality products that were free of harmful chemicals and gentle on our kids’ sensitive skin, but didn’t think it needed to be so expensive. Our girls also regularly didn’t finish a diaper size when we bought in bulk, which meant we were left with a “diaper graveyard” – a bunch of diapers that were too small and couldn’t be used or donated due to open packaging. We worked with our good friends and neighbors, Matt and Kyle, to create a diaper subscription that actually grew with our kids and gave parents the ability and convenience to mix sizes in the same box at an affordable price, while being delivered right to the front door. After diving into the world of diapers, we learned that 1 in 3 U.S. families experience diaper need. Helping these families provide the essentials for their children became central to our company’s mission. For every subscription bundle purchased, we donate diapers to our non-profit partners who use the diapers as incentives for participation in family programs. To ensure our commitment is never trivialized, we included it in the brand name; FINN stands for Families IN Need. With so many diapers on the market today the choices can be overwhelming. What should parents look for when shopping for diapers? We are parents ourselves and we get it! The choice can absolutely be overwhelming. I think finding a brand that is transparent about its products and the ingredients used is important. With some brands, it’s really hard to find out what exactly is in their products, even though ingredients like chlorine, dyes, fragrances and latex can commonly irritate the skin, cause an allergic reaction and be considered toxic. As a company, we want parents to be informed and empowered to make the best decisions for their family. No matter what way you look at it, diapers are a big expense for those first few years of life. Often times the more eco friendly, responsibly manufactured diapering options are more expensive than your typical big box brands.  However, if you have a baby with sensitive skin, those generic, less expensive brands just might not be an option. Someone shouldn’t have to choose between quality and affordability. So I think finding a diaper that fits with your budget is an important consideration. Along those lines, I would also recommend looking at price per diaper as an average across all sizes, because you will often find that the some brands have an attractive price per diaper in the smaller sizes, but then the price grows exponentially when you get to the larger sizes. Finally, flexibility within a brand is important. I remember when my two girls were in diapers, we would buy in bulk to save money only to find that they would go through a growth spurt and then the diapers would no longer fit and we couldn’t use them. When we started ABBY&FINN, we knew we wanted to have a flexible subscription where you could mix sizes in the same box to avoid that pile of unused diapers. At the end of the day, we are all trying to do the best for our loved ones, our planet and ourselves.  I’m proud to say that at ABBY&FINN, we want to support parents and make them feel confident in the decisions they are making for their family. ABBY&FINN is not only better for the environment - the company also donates diapers to those in need. To date, how many diapers have been donated? To date we have donated over 1.3M diapers! Our diapers are distributed to our non-profit partners across the U.S. who generally use the diapers as incentives for participation in family programs.  As the mother of two children who are now out of diapers, what advice do you have for new moms? I recently read a quote, “there is no such thing as a perfect parent. So just be a real one.” As moms, I think we feel pressured to live this seemingly flawless, effortless lifestyle. That just isn’t realistic, and to hold ourselves to this standard only lends us to ultimately feeling disappointed. I would recommend staying true to your own priorities, standards and values; not those that are imposed on you by others. Let’s be kind and empathetic to each other and not be so quick to judge.  We understand the need for moms to stay organized. Can you share what helps you keep it all together between work, kids and personal life? This is something I’m constantly working on and adjusting to, especially during COVID when school schedules could change at any moment. It’s very much a team effort with my husband and requires a lot of communication. We have really been utilizing a shared family calendar on our phones to help schedule work and personal appointments around each other. For someone who constantly gets sidetracked and forgets about things, this has been really helpful for me! While the kids are at school I try and get as much work done as possible. Once the kids are home I make a conscious effort to set work aside and focus on being together as a family. Once the kids are in bed, I generally go back to wrapping up work. It’s definitely a long day, but I also feel fortunate to have the ability to have a flexible work schedule.    On any given day, what can we find in your ToteSavvy? These days I am working from home, so don’t leave the house much, but my ToteSavvy has been so useful for family trips to the mountains and I can fit so much in it! In my ToteSavvy you can find my laptop, chargers, kid’s iPads and headphones, ABBY&FINN hand sanitizer spray and wipes, snacks, water bottle and a book!
easy ways to declutter fast

Inside ToteSavvy

3 Easy Ways to Declutter Today

by Lauren Kutting on Jan 17, 2021
The new year is here and we can't help but think about a fresh start for the year ahead. Last year wasn't what any of us expected (to say the least!) but that doesn't mean we can't look forward with a little optimism and a plan to make it truly the best year yet. One of the best ways to feel renewed and refreshed is to declutter. Whether it be cleaning out your home, office, car or even your mind, a few easy steps to bring order to your things will dramatically impact your mood and boost productivity. Keep reading to learn 3 easy ways to declutter today!    1. Clean Out Your Bag Your handbag is your home away from home and the most important item you carry when on-the-go. Our new world requires being prepared with a face mask, hand sanitizer, and anything else needed to keep us safe on the go. Keeping those items clean and organized within your daily bag is paramount now more than ever.  Utilize ToteSavvy bag organizers to keep your essentials safely tucked away yet accessible in an instant. You can designate one pocket for clean masks and another (or zip bag) for dirty ones. You can store your other essentials safely inside the remaining pockets.  Take the time (10 minutes max!) to dump everything out of your bag, throw away the trash, and reorganize within your ToteSavvy organizer. We promise this small task will feel incredible when you're on-the-go and need to quickly reach for an essential.  The end result not only looks pretty, it will keep you feeling together throughout your day.  Shop Bag Organizers   2. Declutter Your Living Area A home with kids is undoubtably a home that's messy 90% of the day. We're not here to judge (who has the time to tidy all the time??) but we do have a simple hack to help keep the clutter at bay. It takes less than 5 minutes every day and will keep you on track throughout the week so weekends can be spent enjoying family time instead of organizing.  Here's the trick. Purchase a cute bin (like this one by Pehr or this one from Target) to leave in your main living area like your kitchen or family room. Any time you walk through and see an item that's not put away (like a toy or clean clothing item) quickly pop it in the bin to keep your floors and counters clear. At the end of the day, take 5 minutes to find a home for everything in the bin. If the item doesn't have a home then you may not need it and can choose to donate or recycle the item.  If your home is multi-level, we suggest keeping one bin on the stairs for items that need to be put away upstairs!    3. Plan Outfits In Advance A stress-free morning really sets the tone for a happy and productive day. One of the best ways to streamline your morning is to plan your child's outfits in advance so they can quickly grab and go. This takes no more than 10 minutes on a Sunday to plan for the whole week ahead.  Our travel organizer is perfect for keeping prepped outfits grouped together and and easily accessible for young children so they can see each outfit and easily dress themselves. By allowing them to "select" their outfit in the AM you'll encourage their independent nature while keeping their look put-together. Plus, you'll put a stop to the morning power struggle instantly by using this little trick!    Pro tip! Roll each outfit together before placing inside its own pocket.  Shop Outfit Organizer    
The Organization Edit

Inside ToteSavvy

The Organization Edit

by Kara Neff on Jan 10, 2021
New year, new outlook, new order.  If you’ve been with us for a minute, it’s probably become self-evident that we are obsessed with organization. We like to think of it as our dirty little secret. In reality, (and not so ironically), it’s our especially orderly and unblemished code for everyday.  This is the piece of us that thrives with fresh starts, so we’re hopeful as we look towards a bright new year. For us, this means a chance at self-reflection, as well as a special time to reevaluate exactly how we’re living. The day to day makes such a difference in the big picture--be it a room where everything has a place, a closet with perfectly labeled bins, or a bag with a pocket for everything. And that’s the secret sauce to living well.  If you think about your spaces as a reflection of your mind, you’ll quickly start to realize the importance of organization--and the effects it has on your health. A messy room, for instance, might be a surefire sign of internal stressors. But we’re here to fix that. Because once you start to organize your life, you’ll start to feel the benefits. What better time than the new year to do exactly that? Here are all the stylish ToteSavvy pieces that make organization not only simple, but naturally intuitive.  ToteSavvy Bag Organizers ToteSavvy | Keep your diaper bag, work bag, or day bag precisely organized with our convenient bag inserts. An organized bag helps streamline your day, eliminating those stressful moments before you leave the house (you know the line: “where are my keys?!”). We’ve all gotten used to staying home, and keeping organized makes every outing easier.  Clothing Organizer Travel Organizer | It’s not just for travel. Streamline your morning routine by planning weekly outfits in advance. It helps to build confidence in toddlers by letting them select their own outfit for the day, while taking away the stress of getting dressed.    Crossbody Meets Change Kit Crossbody Change Kit | *Coming back in March!* Lightweight and easy to carry, our change kit is the perfect mini bag for keeping “just the essentials” always on-hand. Easy, effortless access to wipes just under the flap makes this bag an absolute must-have--not to mention the easiest way to keep your hands clean when out and about (without digging through your bag).  Don’t let a lack of organization get in the way of your plans for a bright, new year ahead. Usher in 2021 with the style-first essentials that transform your outlook from messy to functional--bonus points for fashion. Shop our full collection here! 
Affordable Luxury Bags to Pair with ToteSavvy

Inside ToteSavvy

Affordable Luxury Bags to Pair with ToteSavvy

by ToteSavvy Team on Dec 01, 2020
We could all use a little luxury without the high price tag, especially when it comes to your everyday tote. We searched high and low for our favorite bags that don't break the bank. From classic silhouettes to cool reversible totes, find a bag that checks all of your boxes.    Everlane Day Market Tote  Retail: $180 Everlane's Day Market tote is a gorgeous option for a classic leather tote. The best part is you don't have to pay a hefty price-tag for a luxury leather handbag.  Thacker Leather Tote Retail: $198 The simple lines and chic knot detail of this ivory tote make it a must-have. Easily transition from day to night as this tote will pair well with just about any outfit.    Mercer Leather Tote Retail: $139 A Nordstrom exclusive, this tote is a great option if you're looking for a classic bag with a twist. The diagonal lines offer unique interest without being overpowering. Pair it with a ToteSavvy and you'll be ready to take on your day with ease.    Mali + Lili Reversible Tote Retail: $78   Three words. That. Shoulder. Strap. We love a good crossbody with an eye-catching strap, especially one that's reversible. There's so much to love here! Get the most out of this multitasking crossbody by adding a ToteSavvy Mini to organize your essentials inside.    The Sydney Tote Madewell Retail: $188 We adore the cool new shape of this floppy-yet-structured tote from Madewell. You'll look effortlessly chic sporting it on your shoulder, and feel put together by organizing the inside with ToteSavvy Mini.     
How to Road Trip with ToteSavvy

Inside ToteSavvy

How to Road Trip with ToteSavvy

by Kara Neff on Nov 02, 2020
The ins and outs of organized travel with the essentials to get you through every trip!  Preparedness, health, and safety are always top of mind, but now more than ever before they are paramount. As restrictions ease up and some morsels of normalcy are slowly reinstated, we’re seeking out real-life escapes when and where we--safely--can. What that currently looks like: road trips! Here’s the best part about taking road trips--the travel essentials that keep us organized on-the-go. Ready to make them your go-to, too? Keep reading for all the ways we love them!  Travel Organizer  Our travel organizer was made for road trips and long, worldly hauls, and we consciously-crafted every minute detail to make it the perfect fit for any and every adventure. Featuring 6 generously sized pockets, you can mindfully pack individual outfits, allowing you to easily grab at your convenience--and then return once dirty (keeping dirty clothes separate from clean ones). We added extra storage pockets for loose items, and a hook for the convenience of hanging. The result: seriously organized travel days with a little less chaos. And, frankly, everyone needs a little of that lately. Crossbody Change Kit  The perfect road trip companion, our changing kit lets you keep everything close (and by close we mean close--this bag sits right where you need it with an adjustable strap). But that’s only the start, because we added a thoughtful wipe window that lives directly under the bag’s front flap. Now, diapers and wipes are right within reach, no matter where you are. And that aforementioned trio of hand sanitizer, masks, moisturizer? They’re there too, neatly organized within the smart dividers inside that keep everything snug and easy-to-grab. Genius? We think so.    Travel may not be our top priority now, but our sanity certainly is. And sometimes, travel can be just the thing we need to escape reality. For keeping things in check? We’ve got some bags for that. Shop the full collection of our travel essentials here.   
ToteSavvy In A New World

Inside ToteSavvy

ToteSavvy In A New World

by Kara Neff on Oct 25, 2020
How to turn your bag and bag organizers into the best friend you need right now.  This new world of ours has certainly created a need for organization and structure. And when things feel chaotic, it’s usually helpful to have immediate access to life’s essentials. Better yet, make it organized. Enter: ToteSavvy, the missing piece to the puzzle that is life at present. Maybe you’ve recently been inspired by Netflix’s The Home Edit, or perhaps you’ve lost your favorite lipstick one too many times, but the time has never been more ripe for picking just-right organizational accessories. ToteSavvy is here to enhance the bags you have, and to keep you feeling more coordinated and put-together than you might actually feel.  ToteSavvy will keep you feeling put-together Our Original Bag Organizer Our ToteSavvy Original is a staple in our lives for so many reasons, and has been for years (we used our Original so much, we made two more sizes). But without question, it’s become more important than we could have ever imagined. The list of things that we need to have within reach (i.e. not lost in the black hole of every mom’s giant tote bag) is now longer than ever before. Ensuring that our masks, our kids’ masks, sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, plus diapers, snacks, bottles, and the inevitable miscellanea that comes with parenthood are within immediate, findable reach is beyond imperative. ToteSavvy bag organizers were designed in a Pre-Covid world, but incorporating them into our present lives has made the biggest difference in feeling like we have a reliable, trustworthy companion for everyday. Put everything in its designated  pocket, and never lose anything again.     Our Crossbody We designed this bag for the mother on-the-go. Featuring a brilliant front panel window that gives you instant access to your choice of wipes (ours is currently disinfectant on repeat), plus a roomier-than-it-looks inside pocket with divider, you can pack everything you need within. We know you do the heavy-lifting, so we did the thinking, letting you have a smart alternative that makes motherhood look more chic than ever (kind of like your coolest mom friend).    Our Travel Organizer  For those times you’re on the road, our travel kit is an absolute essential. We designed it so you can keep individual outfits perfectly contained but easily accessible, and in turn keep dirty clothes separate from clean ones. Then we added a zipper pocket for loose items that need to be snuggly tucked away, making it a must-have for every adventure. You’d never travel without your best friend, right? Now you don’t have to.    We don’t think of our bags as just simply bags. They’re more like our confidantes, someone we trust to be complicit with our daily goings-on and to willingly hold all of our secrets, too. Sounds a little like a BFF, right? Let’s make that BBF: Best Bag Friend. Get yours when you shop the full collection today.   
Packing ToteSavvy Travel for Easy Weekday Mornings

Inside ToteSavvy

Packing ToteSavvy Travel for Easy Weekday Mornings

by Lauren Kutting on Oct 19, 2020
So you stay sane while your little one gains independence. Weekday mornings can be hectic––to say the least. Between getting your family dressed, preparing breakfast, and taking that split second for yourself, it’s 9 am in the blink of an eye. Our mission at ToteSavvy is to create products that make your life easier, which of course includes your morning routine. While our tote inserts keep your favorite bag precisely organized, ToteSavvy Travel, is the perfect solution to keeping your morning stress-free whether you’re on a family trip or in the comfort of your own home.  With six individual pockets and two transparent pouches, ToteSavvy Travel seamlessly allows you to organize nearly a week’s worth of outfits in advance, making getting dressed in the morning a breeze. As a bonus, toddlers can work on their independence within a structured framework. They are able to select an outfit from a pocket and have the opportunity to choose which they’d like to wear that day. This little bit of independence to get dressed and select their favorite style will help build confidence while keeping tantrums over what to wear at a minimum.   HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR WEEK 1. Select 5 outfits for your child and lay them out in front of you. 2. Layer the components of each outfit on top of each other and roll them together to form one outfit roll. 3. Place each outfit inside one of the 6 mesh pockets. 4. Since only 5 pockets will be filled, use the 6th mesh pocket for socks, underwear, or PullUps. 5. The 2 clear pockets on the bottom of the organizer can be used for sunglasses, hair bows, and other small accessories. 6. Once the organizer is packed, hang it inside a closet, on a doorknob, or really anywhere that’s convenient for you and your toddler. It’s amazing to see how this small amount of preparation can contribute to streamlining your morning routine. With everything we have to worry about these days, it will be nice to check one thing off your list before you even wake up ;)  
how to pack the travel organizer

Inside ToteSavvy

The Tips + Tricks for Packing ToteSavvy’s New Travel Organizer

by Kara Neff on Oct 12, 2020
Your newest travel accessory was meant for every adventure. Here’s how to pack it.   Our travel kit was born out of necessity when ToteSavvy founder, Lauren, realized that nothing like it existed. And with the need to save space once at her destination, but to keep efficient while on-the-go, she manifested a beautiful travel accessory that’s as stylish as it is functional. In every way utilitarian, the new ToteSavvy Travel Kit won’t just keep you organized, it will make every leg of your journey perfectly effortless. Here’s just how to do it:  ROLL OUT One of the biggest benefits of the Travel Kit: the organization factor. You can plan outfits ahead of time with the flexibility to compactly roll each up--including socks and underwear--and stash them into each of the the convenient mesh pockets.    SMALL WORLD  A seriously thoughtful design means that we didn’t overlook the small stuff. Because in a world with kids, the small stuff is often exactly what you can’t forget. Store things like hair clips, headbands, bow ties, tiny nail clippers, and more in the smaller, clear pockets.   KEEP IT HANGIN'  The Travel organizer allows for items like sweaters, dresses, and jackets to hang neatly in its designated garment bag section. Hard yes to anything arriving wrinkle-free.  HANG OUT The Travel Organizer fits perfectly over the inside of a closet or over the door, so that you never get hung up on the small stuff.  TALK DIRTY TO ME  After your outfits have been worn, you can pack them right back up in the pockets you brought them in. Separating them from the rest of your items means that germs, dirt, and more stay a safe distance away from the things you need to keep clean (even if you’re away for a full week).  Keeping organized while traveling is important to every mom. It eases the already inherent stresses of leaving your comfort zone, and the place that you’ve come to know better than the back of your hand. But a trustworthy product that’s been carefully scrutinized by a fellow mom? We’re really not sure it gets any better than that.   
The Mom-Friendly Travel Organizer You've Been Waiting For

Inside ToteSavvy

The Mom-Friendly Travel Organizer You've Been Waiting For

by Kara Neff on Oct 06, 2020
Travel may look a little different these days but that doesn't mean it's any less chaotic––especially when it comes to packing for your little one. ToteSavvy was founded on the basis of simplifying parenthood with the philosophy that a little organization goes a very long way (our genius bag organizer is known for keeping madness-inducing messes to a minimum). And now, we’re expanding our organizational prowess to travel, making mindful packing easier and more effortless than ever before. Introducing, ToteSavvy Travel  Packing cubes are helpful--until they aren’t. Kids will, without fail, create messes. And despite thoughtfully folding and rolling each clothing item and packing them into their cubes, kids will find a way to turn a pristinely packed suitcase into complete and total chaos. Each of these moments became a building block for the Travel Organizer.  With each outfit stored inside its own pocket, your child can quickly and easily grab what they need without disturbing everything else. It also takes the pressure off of the parents to decide what to dress their child in. You just grab an outfit and go. Simple and easy.     Then there’s the cherry on top of it all. When an outfit is soiled, simply bunch it up and stick it back inside the same pocket. No need to carry a separate bag for dirty laundry or sift through your entire suitcase trying to find a clean pair of underwear.      Keep up to 6 outfits neatly packed inside ToteSavvy Travel, with room for little extras inside the 2 clear zip pockets. On the reverse side, you'll find a long garment bag perfect for storing dresses, light jackets, and sweaters.      ToteSavvy Travel includes a swivel hook to easily hang over a closet rod, bathroom door, or just about anything else. Each outfit stays in place until you need it making outfit changes a breeze.  When it's time to leave, simply roll the organizer (now packed with soiled clothing) back up and pop it in your suitcase. Traveling with kids has never before been this easy.      ToteSavvy Travel is, of course, a great option when traveling, but it also serves as a great tool to streamline your morning. With 6 mesh pockets, you can plan your child’s outfits for the week ahead of you. It’s compact enough to hang on a closet door or on a dresser knob so you won’t have to sacrifice space.      
Our Top Family Road Trip Hacks

Inside ToteSavvy

Our Top Family Road Trip Hacks

by Kara Neff on Sep 28, 2020
Exploration is such a crucial piece of learning about the world and ourselves. Which is just one reason amid a growing list that has left us dismayed by the current state of the planet. Travel, though a luxury, is an opportunity we take at any given chance to learn, to see, to understand. And without it, we haven’t felt entirely whole.   Cooped up indoors and restricted from the greater world outside our doors has made us all the more eager to travel the way we used to. But hesitant to jump on a plane, we’ve decided to opt for new modes of exploration. Enter: the road trip, our chosen mode of travel in 2020. It’s the more cost-effective way we’re seeing the world, as safely as possible, and on our own terms. Here are the travel hacks we’ve learned thus far. They might inspire you to pack a few bags and jump behind the wheel, too.  Little Comforts   Use suction window shades to keep sun out of little eyes Grab a backseat air mattress for longer stops when someone wants to nap (adults included) Come prepared with a car sick kit (think multiple Tupperware containers and small trash bag liners to contain any potential messes) plus disinfectant wipes and paper towels for extra clean-up Essential Entertainment Use a backseat caddy for toys and snacks  Keep a travel binder filled with art supplies and paper, and put pages in plastic sheets for dry erase fun Use shower caddy cups that suction to window for toys and other fun little things Create a family scavenger hunt Bites and Beverages Pack cupcake liners, poke popsicle sticks through the middle and catch drips to keep little hands clean Bring dollar store mesh bins for easy eating in the backseat  For toddlers, tie a string to their sippy cup so they can reel it back in if dropped And, Adults   Keep a bag, like our Change Kit, ready for quick trips out of the car. There’s room for a mask, alcohol wipes, lip balm, a small wallet, keys, and your phone. Read more about how to pack here. Bring a pillow, eye mask, and earplugs for the non-driver to get some sleep between driving shifts Bring a mini, hand-held vacuum to help keep the car crumb-free  And just in case you’re looking for the perfect tool for organizing your little one’s outfits on the road, stay tuned for a brand new product launching next week! 
What's in My Bag: Tatiana Pujol of We Shop in Heels

Inside ToteSavvy

What's in My Bag: Tatiana Pujol of We Shop in Heels

by Mackenzie Kay on Sep 21, 2020
From the running errands to playing in the park, Tatiana Pujol of @weshopinheels is a busy mom who is constantly on the go. We wanted to know what essentials this mom of (almost) two packs in her ToteSavvy Change Kit.   I have been trying to keep my mom life as efficient and neat as possible to minimize the hassle. When it comes to carrying things in my bag, I’m a minimalist. I try to clean it to get rid of clutter at least once a week. For me, it’s necessary to have a practical and functional diaper bag that allows me to carry all of the essentials, both for baby and myself, without having to dig to find what I need.  Sometimes I just need to pack a few essentials for quick outings with my family, strolls around our neighborhood, quick supermarket errands, or a park trip with my toddler. The ToteSavvy Change Kit has been a life saver. It's a crossbody bag with an adjustable strap that features quick access to baby wipes for unexpected messes, a changing mat in case of a quick diaper change, and accessible pockets to keep all my woman essentials. This statement bag is versatile and has a sporty-chic look that can easily be transformed into a more dressy look.  < What’s currently in my ToteSavvy Change Kit: For my toddler: Baby wipes  Diaper cream  Changing mat Fruit Bars  For myself: Hands sanitizer  Sunglasses  Lipstick Credit card case Cellphone  Keys    Leaving home has never been easier with the convenience of the Change Kit. It’s been so practical for my crazy mom days, or just woman days to carry my essentials without missing out on any of our necessities. 
#BossMom Spotlight: Ruth Gordon-Martin of CODDLE

Inside ToteSavvy

#BossMom Spotlight: Ruth Gordon-Martin of CODDLE

by ToteSavvy Team on Sep 14, 2020
Ruth Gordon-Martin is a Postpartum Doula and founder of natural and organic postpartum care products CODDLE. She is on a mission to promote the importance of self-care for mothers post-delivery. We chatted with this mama of two about the importance of not only preparing for the birth of a baby, but also preparing for the birth of a mother.  Transitioning from doula to product developer is a big leap - how did you decide to launch your line of postpartum products? As I visited and talked to moms I found that most were clueless about their recovery and weren't aware of the products and tools that can help speed up their healing. Most of the women I spoke with during my doula visits transitioned from hospital to home and waited out their recovery until the pain subsided. For me, I had my aunt, mom and MIL waiting for me when I got home. They introduced me to remedies and recovery techniques that they used that are a part of our Jamaican postpartum tradition. My MIL constantly made sure I was drinking lots of broth, and as soon as I was able to take a bath (I had a c section) my aunt made a homemade sitz bath with healing herbs. From calendula flower to marshmallow root, CODDLE’s organic formulations are both soothing and healing for new moms. How did you discover the medicinal properties of some of these more esoteric ingredients? It started with my grandmother – all the credit goes to her. When I was growing up in Jamaica, my sisters and I came down with the measles. If you know anything about the measles, you know it leaves you itchy. To help us recover, my grandmother prepared soothing baths for my sisters and I using tamarind leaves boiled in water. After days of multiple steams and soaks, we were no longer itching and were healed. It was this specific experience, along with many others that led me to discover the power of plants and herbs. I also spoke openly with my mom and aunts about postpartum. We talked about traditional herbal remedies and their benefits, which ultimately led me to doing a lot of research on how to apply this today's line of products.  There is so much information about prenatal care, but very little information about postpartum recovery? Why do you think this is?  The entire industry is built around baby and newborn life. So, it’s natural for moms to gravitate toward and be totally overwhelmed with everything baby. Plus, pregnancy brings on so many body and hormonal changes - you’re more inclined to totally be absorbed with all these shifts. Another reason is the consumerism of the baby industry – it's a $1 billion dollar and it's focused on baby gear and the needs of the child. The only time you hear about mom is as it relates to the child, i.e. breastfeeding, because obviously your breasts only exist to feed the baby. Postpartum is an afterthought – it’s something that’s not seen. It’s in the shadows, so no one knows what’s happening or what to expect. And the celebrities add to that culture. What are 3 pieces of postpartum advice you would give to an expecting or new mom? 1. Prepare for postpartum – read a few books, follow a few accounts like CODDLE  and others focused on postpartum. She should mentally prepare and educate herself with books that give you a perspective on what postpartum life is like. 2. Prepare to breastfeed – most moms think about and want to breastfeed. It’s a natural thing but it doesn’t come naturally. Take a breastfeeding class, attend a La Leche meet-up. And in the age of social media – follow a few accounts to hear stories of moms. Talk with your mom, aunt, mother-in-law – what was their breastfeeding experience like? This sets the tone for your breastfeeding experience and expectation. 3. Get help - recruit people ahead of time. Society has led us to believe we can do it all on our own and that’s absolutely false. It can be a close female friend, a doula if they can afford one, your mom, mother-in-law, aunt or a cousin.  The first preference would be someone who has been through it before and knows what it entails. Help should not only just be there to ‘help’ but should be able to provide practical knowledge that’s not in any book. Gentle education, validation and reassurance that you’re doing it right, there’s no wrong way and that. like everything else, you will eventually get it. Pivoting to work/life balance - what are your go-to strategies for managing your business, your family while also finding some time for yourself? COVID has basically thrown the work/life balance out the window. Pre-COVID I tried to do as much as possible while my kids were in school and the rest after they are in bed. I try as much as possible to stick to a 8pm bedtime. The rest of the night is dedicated to CODDLE and time with my husband. Also, we try to go away for mini breaks as much as possible to unwind. The rest of the time is dinner with friends. After pregnancy I now have to manage sciatica pain, so a big plus is more massages – twice per month. On any given day - what can we find in your ToteSavvy?  In my ToteSavvy you can find most things from my make-up bag. There’s no need to have more than one bag so you’ll definitely find my make-up powder, lipstick if I’m wearing one that day and wipes. As a mom, you always need wipes and now with COVID even more so along with lots of hand sanitizer. I have a toddler who is obsessed with cars so you’ll find a few of those in there as well, along with my water bottle.
ToteSavvy’s Take on the Crossbody––And Everything To Pack Inside

Inside ToteSavvy

ToteSavvy’s Take on the Crossbody––And Everything To Pack Inside

by Kara Neff on Sep 07, 2020
Meet the versatile crossbody bag that doesn’t require a baby to wear.  If you’ve been around for a while, you know we love a good bag. A durable tote or a classic handbag are essential to how we function not just as mothers, but as women. When efficiently organized, bags keep our lives in perfect working order. It’s for this exact reason that ToteSavvy has been the perfect complement to our fast-paced lifestyles. And when we think of our inherently busy schedules, albeit much slower now, we always take into consideration the practicality and utility of our pieces. Enter: ToteSavvy’s iteration of the classic crossbody bag that’s as essential to motherhood as it is to womanhood on the whole.  Not all bags were created equal, and our ToteSavvy Change Kit goes a level above. You don’t need a baby to enjoy its intrinsic values, like easily accessible pockets and interiors, or the thoughtful window panel for always on-hand disinfectant wipes and masks, and the adjustable cross-body straps that has go-anywhere (and everywhere) vibes. Style shouldn’t have to be a carefully thought-through affair all the time, and the pieces that make it easy to balance fashion and function are the double-duty aesthetic powerhouses that always work overtime.  Conceiving this bag got us thinking about consciously-crafted design, and how the perfect bag had to live up to our every expectation. Here’s what our packing checklist currently looks like:  ✅  Mask - Your new daily essential.  ✅  Disinfectant wipes - Always on-hand, now more than ever before.  ✅  Lip gloss - No one can see your lips, but hydrated they remain.  ✅  Cell phone - Perfectly-sized for our back exterior slit pocket.  ✅  Wallet - Ready to pay for your iced latte, and slips right back inside our divided interior pockets.  ✅  Hair ties - For hot days and fly-aways, keep this tucked right inside your bag.  ✅  Keys - Stashed neatly inside our roomy interior pocket (without ever getting lost).  Wherever the day takes you, just remember The ToteSavvy Change Kit is a statement bag first. What you put in it? That’s up to you!     
The Bags You Need Now

Inside ToteSavvy

The Bags You Need Now

by Kara Neff on Aug 31, 2020
2020 didn’t come with a manual, but these bags will help you feel like your life is in perfect working order.  We’re not sure about you guys, but our social agendas have enough white space to make us wonder why we ever bought a 2020 calendar in the first place. And yet, somehow, despite having fewer places to go, the desire to keep organized is more profound than ever before. Our schedules, our surroundings, our house, our life--it’s all in disarray. If we’re counting, that’s pretty much our entire world. That is, with one exception: our bags.  At ToteSavvy, our bags are always the most organized. It’s not just our job, it’s our passion. But now, they’re more organized than ever before. Yes, at some point in quarantine, we cleaned out the muck. And free of gum wrappers, receipts, wipes that were used to clean who knows what, we realized we had a cleaner conscious, too. And that new, clearer outlook? Well, it got us thinking… it might be time for a new bag.  That was spring, and that was our version of spring cleaning. Fast forward to mid-summer, and we’re already thinking about Fall. A new season, a new prospect for impactful change, and a glimmer of hope for a future that is safe, healthy, and clean. With hygiene now more in focus than ever before, we realized there was something to our thought process. Finding a new bag wasn’t just a way to cleanse our spirits, but it was also another way of hitting the reset button. And hell, one other thing: we deserve it. (Read: we could not deserve it more.)  The perfect bag is out there waiting, nay, calling your name. And in the interest of, say, your sanity, we encourage you to chase your tote bag dreams. And when you find it, we’ve got a ToteSavvy ready to call it home. Here are a few of our favorite bag styles and silhouettes for Fall.  TREND: CHAINS The classic tote bag by Coach that's always in style, especially for the season where we're more in love with chains than ever.   TREND: OVERSIZED The best way to weave a little organization into your every day is the oversized bag that’s as ready to move as you are.  TREND: SOPHISTICATED  Craving structure? This sophisticated tote bag has go-everywhere vibes and enough room for everything you need.  ToteSavvy helps maintain organization and keep it at an all-time high, no matter the day, the mood, or the bag you choose to wear. Through all the chaos, we came to realize that sometimes a little structure goes a long way.    Shop ToteSavvy inserts