Ed Hardy Helen Tote | Unusual Purple Butterfly Synthetic Handbag

Posted on: Jul 12

Ed Hardy Helen ToteI rarely warm to Ed Hardy's tattoo graphic covered accessories, but I have to tip my hat to the designer for creating this unusual Helen tote.

With so many totes looking like cardboard cutouts, it's refreshing to find one with a style all its own. It has a trapezoidal shape broken up by large circular cut-out handles. Its body is made from large patterned synthetic swatches stitched together to create a kind of patchwork.

The butterflies and roses which adorn the patches are more feminine than most Ed Hardy graphics, especially when paired with the Helen's girly color combos. The logo, heart, and butterfly charms push things a bit too far in my opinion, but they're easily removable if you prefer a cleaner look.

All too often bags with unusual shapes aren't very practical to use, but thankfully Ed Hardy's found the right balance here. This tote is enormous, but its combination of zip and slip pockets do their best to keep you organized. I'd generally assume a bag so big deserves more than a magnetic snap, but its platform base and high sides should ensure nothing sneaks out the edges.

I was pleasantly surprised to see the Helen is affordably priced at $98. That's small change for a bag with such a unique look.

More Features of This Ed Hardy Butterfly Tote

  • Logo print lining
  • Measures 7.5 x 10 x 19.5 inches

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