Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Favorite Finds: Le Pens

Well it's been a while since I've done one but today's post is about a new favorite find of mine. Favorite finds are things that I've bought and really love and want to share with you! If you would like to see some of my other favorite finds then click the page at the top of my blog called favorite finds or you can just click here. So now let's get onto todays favorite find, Le Pens!

I like colored pens. I am definitely one who color codes my planner and so I need a good assortment of colors for different classes/organizations. These pens not only look pretty but write smooth as well. They write pretty similar to Sharpie pens but a little better in my opinion. They also are skinnier and more sleek in my opinion. Also I like it when the packaging of the pen is the color of the ink so I don't get confused and you can easily find the color you want. Here is the actual colors in the same order as pictured above.

I love these colors. I got them all from Amazon for around $15. The only pen that is not included in this set is orchid. I bought that one separately form my university bookstore. The pens can get a little pricey, individually they usually sell for about $2. However I have found many different sets that are cheaper to buy together than individually. I must admit these pens can be a little hard to come by. I have seen them at some Targets and online. My bookstore has a few as well as mentioned before but they only sell them individually and that gets pricey. However, I still believe they are worth the price. I haven't had them for too long so I can't speak to how long they last but since I only really use the colored pens for writing in my planner I believe they will last me a while. Black is a different story, because I use those for taking notes so we'll see. 

Well I hope you liked this post and maybe found some new pens to try! If you have any questions or comments leave them down below. I love hearing from my readers!

xoxo Lauren

*all pictures and graphics are mine


  1. These pens look like they write really well! I'm kind of addicted to school supplies, so I'll probably have to get these, haha. I love Sharpie and Gelly Roll pens, but like you said, Sharpie isn't as sleek. Gelly Roll takes too long to dry. I can't wait to try these out!

  2. I have had these pens for about 5 or 6 years now and I rarely write with one and used the other all the time. They write so wonderfully and are much smoother than a Sharpie pen. They last a very long time and are definitely worth the money!

  3. I've been searching for perfect pens but I just wanna know do they smudge if you highlight them? and also, are they felt tip? cause i have these felt tip pens i thought were great at first, but after awhile the tip changed its shape with usage and now it just writes weirdly :/