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Created by celebrity-fashion-designer Lauren Conrad, this BlueAvocado XO(eco)™ cafe tote kit is part of one of the first celebrity portfolios created entirely to reduce waste and conserve natural resources. The three-piece lunch kit provides a classic structure for convenient portability and storage, offering both a fashionable and sustainable way to bring your lunch to school or the office during the week or to a beach or park for a picnic on the weekend.
To meet all your lunch needs with pretty panache, the kit consists of a satchel-style tote with two reusable matching (re)zips that measure 6 by 6-1/2 inches, conveniently replacing those pesky plastic baggies. The insulated lunch carrier measures 10 by 4 by 8 inches and is ideal for lunch, day trips, or travel, keeping items insulated for up to six hours. The tote's twin pattern features conversational "birds on a wire" in a beautiful sage hue on the front and back while the sides showcase a complementary "dot" motif with a pink background. The washable (re)zips in sage green can be used as stand-alone bags or as part of the kit. The combination of the light and airy twin pattern is sure to bring some fun and whimsy to all your lunch needs. Also available in black-and-cream "tuxedo stripe", providing a classic and modern quality to your lunch experience.
The unique XO(eco) cafe tote kit makes greening your lunch routine a no brainer. Made from 50% post-consumer recycled bottle fabric from REPREVE, the BlueAvocado XO(eco) lunch case includes an impact label that features the number of consumer plastic bottles that have been upcycled into the REPREVE-based fabric, as well as a carbon footprint. The cafe tote is made from 6.9 bottles verified by REPREVE. The entire XO(ECO) collection is made from REPREVE, giving new purpose to used plastic bottles.
The lunch (re)zips are designed to help replace plastic baggies which can accumulate to over 200 per year per person. In using the cafe tote kit you are reusing, recycling, and diverting waste from the landfill through the use of the REPREVE fabric.
The BlueAvocado XO(eco) line of sustainable lifestyle products created by celebrity-fashion-designer Lauren Conrad, includes nearly 20 food-on-the-go, travel, and cosmetic storage accessories made from recycled plastic bottle fabric powered by REPREVE fibers, giving new purpose to used plastic bottles.
With a goal to reduce waste and conserve natural resources, Conrad designed each product and print to echo her style and needs, while addressing the values of a younger generation seeking more options. Each product has an eco-impact label designed to educate and inspire consumers, featuring metrics like waste avoided, bottles upcycled, and a carbon footprint for each product. Through a sustainability dashboard, BlueAvocado will calculate and track the collective environmental impact of the XO(eco) line on a quarterly and annual basis. In addition, the company will invest 1% of profits from the XO(eco) line to facilitate innovative ocean preservation and restoration efforts via Oceana and Ocean Recovery Alliance.
As a women-owned company, BlueAvocado in partnership with Lauren Conrad hopes the XO(eco) collection will inspire a new generation to do good while looking good and empower young women to realize their dreams.
The tote is awkward to carry. The zippered opening is too small. The sides and the back are off white color with tiny little black dots. It looks like a diaper bag. Read morePublished 7 months ago by V
I needed a new lunch bag and this one is on sale and its eco friendly. I love itPublished 8 months ago by Angelica Aguilar
Looks OK. Size of opening is small. Not really for an adult... I was asked if it was a diaper bag. Ugh. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sonja E.
helps me to not over eat eco friendly... and cleans easy breezy still in good condition. truly worth the money!Published 19 months ago by brila