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Why Are Women's Wallets So Big?


Leather Taxicat Bi-Fold Wallet
138 Reviews
$28.95
lipstick red TAXRD27tuxedo black TAXBK27cornflower blue LTAXCRNBLCoral LTAXCORAL
Leather Slimvelope Wallet
92 Reviews
$35.95
Graphite LSLIMGRAP Coral LSLIMCRLCornflower Blue LSLIMCRNBLPlum Purple LSLIMPURBlack LSLIMBKOcean Blue LSLIMOBLURed LSLIMRED
Plus Sized MyPhone Wallet
78 Reviews
$29.95
Verdant Green PLUSVRDGR
For most women, wallets are a great place to keep cash, debit cards, credit cards, gift cards, picture IDs, family photos, bills, keys and much more. For some women this list is just beginning to scratch the surface of what they keep in their wallets, but you get the idea. Wallets become a haven for all the stuff men are more likely to keep in their pockets.

The Bigger the Wallet, the Bigger the Fashion Statement

Due to their large size and visibility, women's wallets have become yet another way women can express themselves through fashion. Wallets offer function and fashion through stylish materials like top-grain leather, metallic colors and fun prints.

Smaller and Slimmer Wallets for Women

One of the bigger complaints women have about their wallets is that they are actually too big and bulky. Luckily, there are smaller wallets in women's styles available too. The Taxicat, for instance, is a great pick for a lady that want's a feminine wallet that's functional and secure in a more compact size. Another good option is the Slimvelope wallet that offers a slim profile, a space for cash and tons of space for plastic cards. Ladies who also want a secure way to carry their phone and wallet together, should check the MyPhone wallet. This last option is great for carrying smartphones of many different brands in a secure pouch on the back of the wallet. Plenty of space is leftover for your cash and cards in the front.



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