Product Review – Photo Gifts by Bagettes

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You may have noticed some contests going on here at Beyond Megapixels, sponsored by the good folks at Bagettes. Bagettes has been in business since 2003, and has been featured on “Good Morning America,” as well as in Life & Style magazine and The Wall Street Journal. Bagettes provides personalized and customized bags, totes, and purses that proudly display your own photographs.

I received my key coin clutch last week, and was immediately impressed with the high quality of the images that I chose to grace the sides of my bag. The photos here don’t do it justice (forgive me, I was having weird lighting and exposure issues).

The bag itself is well made and extremely handy for keeping my (tiny) cell phone, ID, and bank card when I don’t want to lug my whole purse around. The key chain sewn into the interior keeps my keys secure, and the wrist strap is just the right size to secure the little bag over my hand.

It’s a pretty little thing, and has already garnered comments from friends and family.

The ordering process was very easy – I do recommend reviewing their tutorial videos to familiarize yourselves with the personalization and ordering process. No matter which photo and which product you choose (from my tiny key clutch to full sized purses and totes), the site allows you to accurately and easily design your bag. Customer service is extremely helpful and seemingly IMMEDIATELY available. They were very responsive to the handful of questions that I had.

After going through the design and ordering process, then receiving my bag, I was very happy with the results and recommend ordering your next personalized gift from Bagettes!

Photo credits (all): Tiffany Joyce.

*The Author received a complimentary bag in exchange for mentioning the Provider’s products and/or services on this website. Such compensation received did not and will never influence the content, topics or posts made on this website. We will only endorse products or services that we believe, based on our expertise, are worthy of such endorsement.

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  • Arun

    Hi there,

    I used to read all your articles, but I couldn't reproduce it exactly.

    Even if not the extra effects, I couldn't produce a crystal clear photo as how you show. Where and what am I missing? I use Nikon D90 with 18-105mm lens.