Filed’s Pocket Wallets Are for the Posh and Organized You

If we’re talking about cool and creative planners, organizers, pens, and pen cases; Filed definitely comes to mind. But if you’ve been planning to buy a new wallet, this brand also offers functional solutions to disorganization problems with their Golden Bloom edition pocket wallets. Check out how posh it is – the perfect wallet for someone who is super organized!

Wine Red Pocket Wallet Golden Bloom Edition

Classic Black Pocket Wallet Golden Bloom Edition

The Pocket Wallet Golden Bloom designs got their floral pattern designs from the visual artist Ginger de Guia. It has quality cross-hatched leatherette exteriors and comes in two colors: Classic Black and Wine Red. Both are such beauties!

To add to its classiness, the black one has a gold zipper accent while the red one has a rose gold one. That’s good news for rose gold fans! Now let’s take a look inside.

Four pockets to organize your bills and/or cards

Snap for safety!

The wallet has a four-pocket accordion type compartment that can store your bills, cards and/or photos in a very organized way. To secure these valuables even more, it also comes with a snap button that holds the pockets together.

Unlike the usual ones, this wallet has an expandable bin for your coins storage, so you won’t need a separate coin purse. It’s easier to access your coins this way, too, especially when in a rush!

Speaking of coins, Filed Pocket Wallets also have an exterior coin slot so you won’t have to open your wallet anymore just to put in some spare change.

Also, if you like getting your bills ready for shopping or if you want to tap your cards quickly while commuting, this wallet conveniently has a back pocket outside to store your cards, bills, or receipts. So convenient!

The classy floral gold pattern looks really posh, TBH.

All of these features for an affordable price of Php395. We’re giving it a 5/5!  To get your own pocket wallet, visit Filed’s website.

Filed

http://www.filed.com.ph






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