About Carry It Well


How It All Started

​I love to sew, and fashion has always been one of my greatest passions. I have made countless dresses, blouses, skirts, and other types of clothing over the years for my family and myself. 

One day I decided to make garment bags because they protect that most-loved coat, dress, and even multiple items of clothing when traveling. I started gifting garment bags to friends and family. These bags became such a hit that I began my journey by selling at local stores and even trade shows.

These garment bags are great for travel and storage. My daughter keeps up to four or five garments or dresses in hers. The fabrics I use are Ikat, toiles, floral, paisley and more. 

Thanks to my customers and their high interest in this convenient product, I have been able to grow my business quickly.

I hope you find a garment bag that speaks to you--one that you feel fits your personality and you carry with you wherever life's journey takes you.

Please feel free to look through my shop and contact me if you have any questions!  

--Rebecca Brown


Carry It Well Features 


DoSayGive Blog - The BEST Graduation Gifts of 2017

"Hanging Garment Bag -

Every girl needs a nice garment bag for travels. Carry It Well has some really nice ones and you can take it to your local monogrammer and have it personalized for a special gift."

Read more about Lee's gift guide at the DoSayGive website.





Wacoan Magazine - Women In Business 2018

"Rebecca Brown’s handmade garment bags in fun, colorful fabrics make uniquely personal, practical gifts and are perfect for weekend travel. Popular for birthdays, graduation and Mother’s Day, these are sure to bring a smile and joy for years to come. Rebecca, a lifelong Wacoan, studied clothing merchandising at Baylor and always enjoyed sewing. Finding more free time as her children grew, she began making bags for gifts and now celebrates turning her hobby into a successful business. They come in a variety of prints including ikat, toile, Parisian and more – making it easy to find the perfect match for anyone. See what everyone is raving about by visiting Rebecca’s Etsy shop at etsy.com/shop/carryitwell, her website at carryitwell.com or shop at Spice Village in Waco."

View the article at the Wacoan's website



Melanie Wallace Style Blog - Carry It Well 2018 

"While doing some online shopping for my girls I came across the most darling garment bags - I loved the fabric and variety of prints and then when I saw the price tag I was sold. Rebecca Brown of Carry It Well is from Waco and the talented lady behind the brand. I love keeping it local...you know, supporting Texans, so instinctively I ordered a few of her garment bags."

To read a little more from Melanie Wallace, visit her blog.




Houston House and Home 2020

Houston House and Home Magazine - Pantone Color of the Year 2020

"LEFT: Blue Parisian hanging garment bag (detail), also available in pagoda and toile prints, Carry It Well!, etsy.com/shop/CarryItWell."

Read the Houston House and Home January 2020 Issue here.




Thank you for sharing your experience and the love for our garment bags!!