ARE YOU IN THE CLEAR?
+ WAYS YOU CAN HELP OUT WITH HURRICANE HARVEY
I want to start out by saying that Street Style Squad is based in Texas and we are hoping and praying for the best for all of our family and friends especially in the Houston and Rockport areas. If you’re wondering how you can help out there are several very easy ways to do so: from the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army & Local Food Banks to name a few. On that same note I’m so proud of the hospitality that my alma mater The University of Texas at Austin has shown to The Houston Cougars. Tom Herman no longer coaches at Houston but his new program is still welcoming his former school with open arms in anticipation of Hurricane Harvey. They have been practicing at their indoor facilities all week. Not only UT offered help to the Cougars but TCU, Baylor & SMU as well. I am no doubt #TEXASPROUD! On that note did you know that a Clear Bag Policy is becoming a widely-accepted security standard for college athletics, large event venues, concerts, NFL games, and beyond? Now more than ever, collegiate groups, stadiums and arenas across the nation are implementing a Clear Bag Policy that regulates the type and size of bags permitted for entry. I’ve got the answer for you! Super fun and always fashionable clear bags from Kristyn Chambers in all of your favorite team colors designed to get you into the game…in style. I have the Kristyn Chambers Clear Victory Bag in rust. You might remember another gameday post I did THE TEXAS STATE FAIR AND TEXAS/OU WEEKEND last season.
Here’s all you have to do to pick out THE PERFECT GIFT for your all of your family, girlfriends, and of course any college bound or graduates:
Choose your clear bag.
My bag shown in these pictures is the Clear, Stadium Approved Victory Mini Bag in Rust with gold studs, rust flap, and Gamechanger (an interchangeable & reversible poly satin pouch). Purchase of Victory Mini comes with a goldchain crossbody strap (48”). Leather strap options are available in our Separates store.
Choose your strap style.
Victory bags come with the choice of a crossbody or shoulder strap, in brown, black, or tan leather. Victory Minis come with a goldchain crossbody strap. Wristlet sizes and additional leather straps may be purchased in our Separates store.
Mix and match.
To create a variety of looks for your handbag, visit the Separates Section of our online store where you’ll find additional Gamechangers and interchangeable straps available for purchase. Customize away!
Victory Mini (Rust)
Clear, stadium-approved bag with gold studs, rust flap, and reversible poly satin pouch insert.
Purchase of Victory Mini comes with a goldchain crossbody strap (48”). Leather strap options are available in our Separates store.
Why Choose Clear?
The Clear Bag Policy
To enhance existing security measures and expedite venue entries into large sporting events and concerts, many universities, NFL stadiums, and arenas across the nation have implemented a “Clear Bag Policy,” regulating the size and type of bag permissible for entry.
Kristyn Chambers’ clear handbags are both fashionable and stadium-approved, designed to get you into the game…in style.
A Security Standard
“Clearing Up” The Clear Bag Policy
The Clear Bag Policy is becoming a widely-accepted security standard for college athletics, large event venues, concerts, NFL games, and beyond. Now more than ever, collegiate groups and security professionals from stadiums and arenas across the nation are implementing a Clear Bag Policy that regulates the type and size of bag permitted for entry.
To get in touch with Kristyn directly about her other collections, please email email@example.com.
Don’t forget to snap a pic with your new bag and tag @KristynChambersdesigns on Instagram or Facebook! We love to see our bags in action!
I hope each of you enjoyed this post as well as your next game or event. Be sure you don’t get turned away at the door and come prepared for your next sporting event or concert with your Kristyn Chambers Clear Victory Bag. And best of luck to all of your teams!
PHOTOS BY MARY SUMMERS OF M.A.S. PHOTOGRAPHY
Thank you to Kristyn Chambers for sponsoring this post.