New Handbag Hangers by Purse Tails, the Latest Invention in the War against Dirty Handbags

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Purse Tails, an online retailer of handbag accessories, launches the latest innovation in keeping ladies' handbags off dirty floors: the handbag hanger, also known as the purse hanger or handbag hook.

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Ever been in to a pub where the floor looks so dirty that you're not even sure where you want to rest your dainty soles, let alone your handbag?

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Purse Tails, a leading online retailer of handbag accessories, is proud to announce the launch of its new line of handbag hangers. These fashionable hooks are designed to attach to a table or bar and allow users to hang their bags in a safe and clean way. They are the perfect way to keep handbags from getting dirty.

"Ever been in to a pub where the floor looks so dirty that you're not even sure where you want to rest your dainty soles, let alone your handbag?" asks Kat Hughes, Purse Tails' Director. "Or, ever dined on a lovely restaurant terrace, but then spent the night with your bag hooked over your knee or bundled in your lap, creasing your favourite dress?"

Handbag hangers are the ideal solution. Table purse hangers have been around since the 1920's, but are now becoming increasingly popular and already proving a hit in cities such as London and New York. Many new owners are proclaiming these little gems as the next must-have accessory.

Purse Tails, based in the UK, is the leading supplier of these elegant and functional handbag hooks. All handbag hooks are carefully chosen for their quality and come with their own small velvet pouch. They are available as either standard handbag hangers or neat foldable alternatives, both of which are designed to slip into the smallest of handbags.

Available in a variety of sizes and patterns, handbag hangers make ideal presents, as well as a valuable addition to one's invaluable accessories. For more information, images, retail details and product information, please visit http://www.pursetails.co.uk.

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