Grateful Bags, founded by Raleigh designer Jenny Ross (pictured) makes handbags with a patented removable acrylic monogram system that allows the wearer to personalize their look and coordinate with a rainbow of hues.
Grateful Bags, founded by Raleigh designer Jenny Ross (pictured) makes handbags with a patented removable acrylic monogram system that allows the wearer to personalize their look and coordinate with a rainbow of hues. Casey Middleton
Grateful Bags, founded by Raleigh designer Jenny Ross (pictured) makes handbags with a patented removable acrylic monogram system that allows the wearer to personalize their look and coordinate with a rainbow of hues. Casey Middleton

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