Accessories are items used to complement or accentuate an outfit or attire.
Aniline is a colorless, oil-based compound used in the preparation process of dyes and used to give the initial finish to a hide. There are two types of aniline dying processes, the full aniline leather process which is applied without any pigments so the hide retains its natural coloration and characteristics such visible grain and wrinkles; and the protected aniline leather dying process, in which the hide is dyed for color and then receive pigments which tint the leather all the way through so the underneath layers will displays a consistent coloration. A topcoat layer is applied later for protection as well as for making the natural imperfections of the hide less noticeable.
About ID Holders:
ID holders are small holding cases which are used for carrying personal items such as identification documents, credit cards or currency. ID holders are generally made of leather or leather-like materials and feature a special see-through ID window for ID cards, card slots and a compartment for paper money.