Although I drink a lot of water, a designer water bottle never occured to me. My fashionista sister just mentioned that her new purple water bottle helps her drink more water.
She recommends the bkr bottle. Props to their brand managers. The description below is from the Saks Fifth Avenue website.
No product you're using is going to work if you're dehydrated. bkr is the solution to staying hydrated and helps to create the canvas for a gorgeous complexion so skincare and makeup can be most effective. Made of clean, bubbly glass wrapped in soft, grippy silicone in hues inspired by the runway. bkr is dishwasher safe, leak-proof, BPA-free and phthalate-free. 32 oz. Imported.
My sister decided against the popular S'well water bottle since they could break.
Ironically, I noticed a co-worker's polka dot water bottle that same day. It matched her outfit.
I rode the elevator with that same co-worker the next day. She confirmed it was a designer water bottle. She got it "on the cheap" for under $30.
If you search Amazon for designer water bottle, you'll find some that cost over $100.
The designer water bottle is a big deal. Even Apple engineers are in the business. Seriously.
Designer water bottles are easy to grasp, don't roll and are environment friendly.
Since my sister has a an almost one-year-old baby who is on the move, she decided against the glass water bottle. It could easily break, right?
Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole and other designers make their own.
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My work group offered BPA-free water bottles a couple years ago with our log. They were a few bucks each from one of our distributors. I use that when I'm on the go.
Old fashioned big glasses that don't break are how I drink my water in the office and at home.
What is your water bottle of choice?
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