The 10 Best Purse Organizers
Since the initial publication of this wiki in January of 2018, we've made 11 edits to this page. You need the same items every time you leave the house — wallet, keys, and phone, as well as maybe a tablet and some makeup. But you don't use the same purse every day, and relocating all of those belongings from bag to bag can be a hassle, not to mention that you can damage your bags in the process. These high-quality inserts take care of this inconvenience and help you stay organized. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best purse organizer on Amazon.
Tom Bihn Freudian Slip Although each size of the Tom Bihn Freudian Slip is designed specifically to fit the company's bags, you could certainly use one in any similarly sized purse you have. They're crafted from high-quality materials that you can count on for the long haul — with a beefy price tag to match. tombihn.com
June 06, 2019:
Most purse organizers are made either from a lightweight fabric like polyester or nylon or from a more structured thick felt. We've found top picks in both types, because neither one is inherently better than the other — it just depends on your purse and the aesthetic you prefer. For those who want a serviceable fabric option, we think the Periea Chelsy is a fine choice. It's currently offered in over 20 colors, so it'll match nearly anything, and it has reinforced handles for lifting hefty loads. If you're more interested in felt, then the Pelikus insert may be the way to go. It is available in a wide range of colors, it gives your bag some structure, and, because the felt is soft, it won't cause any damage to your pricey designer purses. We've also added a "high tech" option, the LittBag by PurseN. Selected for Oprah's Favorite Things in 2018, this super handy organizer makes it a cinch to find anything in your bag, day or night. It even comes with batteries. Finally, we removed the HannahDirect Easy and the JN & Grace, the former due to occasional durability problems and the latter because of availability issues.