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what’s in your pocket(book): erin loechner

by Grace Bonney


After last week’s peek into the pocketbook of Jamie Beck, I was dying to see what our next subject would send over. And, true to form, her submission was adorable. Erin Loechner of Design for Mankind is one of my favorite bloggers. She is genuinely one of the sweetest and friendliest people I’ve ever met (Karen of Chookooloonks recently described her as reminiscent of a Disney princess and I think she’s spot on). Today Erin is giving us a peek into her pocketbook, which traveled with her to San Francisco last week (where these photos were taken). I love that she’s still rocking her old Razr phone — it makes me long for my simple Nokia. A big thank you to Erin for giving us a peek inside her (super cute) pocketbook! Stay tuned next week for a special peek from way across the pond. xo, grace


Name: Erin Loechner
Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Blog: Design for Mankind
Pocket/Pocketbook Essentials: My keys, phone, wallet, lip balm, pen/notebook, hand sanitizer, and thank you cards (I like to leave them for nice waitresses/baristas and store clerks).
What is your favorite piece of pocket-sized inspiration and why? I have a list of five items I want to accomplish this year on a teeny piece of cardstock inside a vellum envelope. It’s a beautiful reminder that there’s no day like today!

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