April 8, 2011

Tokidoki for Sephora Beach Makeup Bags Summer 2011

Surfs Up!

Tokidoki hits the beach this Summer with their new Devil Girl Cromatico Palette that I recently featured.

Indulge in the new range of Tokidoki Beach Makeup Bags and Totes at Sephora to complete your Summer adventure with a print that features all your fav characters in a criminally cute beach scene!

TokiDoki Matita Pencil Case $20

TokiDoki Passe Pouches $32

Tokidoki Beach Tote $60

Tokidoki Amica Hanging Travel Bag $42

TokiDoki Perfetta Cosmetic Pouch $28

Available now www.Sephora.com

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  • Jessica

    These are adorable! I’ve been wanting the Amica travel bag for a while, now I gotta decide between the Robbery print (while it’s still around) or this one! Such a hard choice @[email protected]

  • Heather

    Wow.. I had high hopes for the Sephora line of Tokidoki but I’m disappointed. I’ve followed Tokidoki for years now (mid LeSportsac) and this is probably the worst line of bags I’ve seen them produce- the almost print looks fake, it looks like a knock-off of Spiaggia 🙁

    It’s a shame though, that Amica hanging bag looks awesome. I love the inside.

    • Beverly

      I actually disagree with you. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this collection for Sephora. Considering some of the so-so prints and bags that Simone has been churning out for his non-LeSportsac branded line, this is pretty refreshing. It’s reminiscent of the great prints he created for LeSportsac; something I definitely miss. I like to think of it as an updated Spiaggia, not a knock-off 🙂