Beth Younger Purpich Handbags Add Style and Contemporary Fashion to Complete Your Rodeo Look

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 Beth Younger Purpich Handbags, founded in 2007, by Tomball native, Elizabeth Younger Purpich (Beth) began when she and and her best friend and then partner Julie, designed their first handbag prototype on a cocktail napkin. However, she also spent her  formative years at her family’s cattle ranch in Tennessee that she visited quite frequently. Through her visits there and global travels,  she obtained her inspiration for rich hues and knowledge of leathers, hides and textures that made the design and manufacturing of handbags a natural for her.  She took her sketches to NYC, hired manufacturers and began her business as the sole owner, designer and manager of her business.  Many of her bags are now made by a boutique team of artisans and craftsmen in Monterey, Mexico

These bags have become fashion staples for the stylish Rodeo-goers and are available online, at Events Gifts and                          Texas National Outfitters

Julie Beth Crocco bag w:rodeo trinket

 

 julie beth handbag shots, rodeo

Aspen $750

About Roz Pactor

I am a fashion and marketing consultant and blogger based in Houston, Texas. With more than three decades of experience in fashion retailing that has spanned Foley’s, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s NYC, I have earned a reputation for delivering expertise, energy and enthusiasm to my roster of clients. I have remained closely connected with designer women’s fashion as well as the misses, teens, men’s and children’s apparel and accessories markets from coast to coast.

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