I tweeted about it last night but Mark and Graham really do have a fantastic philosophy about monograms:
What is a monogram? A monogram tells a story. It suggests who we are or want to be, puts forth our views on marriage, tradition, and individual identity not to mention the wonderful things it does for linens, stationery and silverware. A monogram consists of a person’s initials — usually a variation on the first, middle, and last name—and much has been written about proper monogram etiquette. To help you get started, we’ve provided traditional guidelines to monogramming along with a healthy serving of non-traditional ones (called ‘M+G says’), so you can make your own monogram tell a story about you.
I have searched high and low and these are my favorite monogrammed leather goods:
I would really like one of each of the above (in case you didn’t know my initials are K-A-D, wink wink). Since that is probably not going to happen any time soon I am flipping the tables and giving one of you the chance to win a personalized Diamond Monogrammed Minori Mini Clutch from Jack Rogers. It’s definitely mini, yet large enough to perfectly fit your phone, keys, cash, ID and credit cards, without needing to carry a handbag.
It features Jack Rogers’ signature whipstitching detail, plus a top zip main compartment, front patch pocket, back pocket and a wrist strap. The last initial will be placed in the middle of the monogram and you can choose whatever color combination you want!