Cute Reusable Water Bottles

I’m an advertiser’s dream. I see Dunkin Donuts on television and I want some. I see a bagel and I’m defrosting one. I see a candy bar and I go out and buy it. But this secret that I’m going to share with it is not only kind of stupid, but it’s a little….or maybe a lot embarrassing. When I’m out and run into a drug store and deli, I will actually buy the following bottled waters Voss Water, Smart Water and Fiji Water, simply because I like the chic packaging better than the cheaper waters. Actually, now that I’m reading back that last sentence, it is quite embarrassing and quite stupid of me to be that superficial. I love the sleek lines of Voss. Smart Water looks smart. Fiji water is just so cute. In all fairness though, Voss is also my favorite tasting water. And don’t say water has no taste, it really does! I say this not only because I love the taste of Voss, but I really hate the taste of Evian. I mean they’re both water, but my tastebuds think they taste nothing alike.

In the end, I think I’m just going to have to do the environmentally smart thing to do which is to just break down and get a damn reusable water bottle. I know, I know, I should have done this a long time ago. But this time I really will. But of course, I’m going to have to find one that I visually love. After all, it’s going to become a fashion accessory of mine, not just a drinking vessel. Here are some that I’ve been eyeing.

 

courtesy of mysigg.com

This SIGG one is really sleek, modern and no frills. Though, it does worry me that they had a recall, so I’m not sure if I feel comfortable with this one, but it’s a possibility.

courtesy of thermos.com

I like how it looks like an actual water bottle, rather than like a typical thermos shape. See how it curves in and forms a neck?

courtesy of celerystreet.com

Hahahaha, “Cool It,” get it? I think that this might be in the lead.

courtesy of sanrio.com

I’m Asian, you knew that some sort of Sanrio product was going to make it on to this list.

courtesy of korwater.com

$30 bucks is kind of steep for a water bottle, but somehow I’m OK paying that for this design.

-Joyce Huang

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