Vera Bradley Iconic Jen Zip ID, Signature Cotton, Water Bouquet
Vera Bradley Iconic Jen Zip ID, Signature Cotton, Water Bouquet
- STYLISH, LIGHTWEIGHT & SIZED RIGHT: The Iconic Jen Zip ID Case measures 3 inches high and 5 inches wide with a hinged key ring - just add your keys, tuck away your ID, and you're ready to travel lightly
- EASY ORGANIZATION: Carry your essentials with two fully printed polyester zip and flap pockets and a front ID window, always ready to show - perfect to grab on the go for quick errands or throw in your bag for separate organization
- A GIFT FOR HER: Celebrate that special someone in your life with the Iconic Jen Zip ID Case - the ideal gift for the chic and sophisticated woman who deserves nothing but the best and brightest
- STYLE AS BOLD AS YOU: Stand out with our contemporary silhouettes and elegant designs that elevate any look - perfect for the chic business woman, the stylish student, the bold trendsetter, or the jet setting diva
Vera Bradley has put a modern twist on the functionality of a wallet to give you this sophisticated ID case. The Iconic Jen Zip ID Case is the fashionable solution for storing your everyday essentials – measuring 3 inches high and 5 inches wide, with a cleverly placed key ring. The two fully printed polyester interior compartments are perfect for storing credit cards, debit cards, cash, and coins so you can always travel lightly. Grab on the go for quick errands or throw in your bag for separate organization - either way, your most essential items are secured and quick to access with the zip and flap pockets. Crafted from lightweight, signature cotton, the Iconic Jen Zip ID Case features a front ID window so it’s always ready to show. Just attach your keys, tuck away your ID, and you’re set for smooth travels. When quality material meets precise craftsmanship, you get an accessory made to last through all of life’s journeys. Care: Spot clean
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