Your Wallet Looks Empty - But This is a Good Thing!

Look, I know what you’re thinking. This is a chick blog.

And although I have written about cosmetics and beauty, I do try and keep it of interest to both sexes.

So as a shout out to the ladies and gentlemen in the house tonight, I bring you the “World’s Thinnest Wallet” by Big Skinny.

Made for both men and women, this ultra slim wallet is perfect for those who don’t like to carry around a lot of cards or weight. Have you seen how big wallets are getting just to accommodate all of our cards and paper? It’s ridiculous.

This wallet is only 3 1/8” tall and 8.25” long. And in case you are thinking, it’s sounding pretty boring, get ready for this:

“Big Skinny is made from an advanced version of the micro-fiber material that made Prada famous.”

Now it’s getting interesting, right?

With great go-to colours like Tuexdo Black, Navy Blue, Cocktail Red, Chocolate Brown and Desert Khaki, they’ll go with everything, including your shoes.

And its Zen-like design is perfect for the person who doesn’t want to fuss or take out their cards and fan them out like a magician, looking for the right one.

There is a window pocket for ID and pictures, the “EasyV access pocket” for those cards that you tend to use the most**, and that behind pocket for things that you want outta sight or don’t use often.

And for those of you who are design fanatics, you’ll be pleased to know that it was created by Kiril Stefan Alexandrov, a “former M.I.T. $50K entrepreneurial award winner.”

So take a look at your wallet - if it’s billowing with crumpled receipts and 4 video cards from places that have been closed since the 90s, its time for something simpler.

And if your wallet is in pretty good shape, you may want to make the switch anyway. Simpler means less hassle at the bank machine, checkout line and gas station.

One less thing to worry about now. And that means one more thing you can do with your time.


**You can tell a lot about a person by the 3 most frequently cards used by people. Try it. Ask your friends and family about the cards that are most near and dear to them. It’ll explain a lot.

Stephanie Dickison

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