My EDC bladed tools are a 20+ year old Leatherman (but I need to replace the blade again), a Boker Plus Cop Tool, and a Husky folding box cutter. The box cutter has a wood and brass handle, but the others didn't offer aesthetic options. I also carry a pocket bit driver (and a handful of standard bits), a mini pry bar, titanium flatware, boo boo kit, mini sewing kit, and a lighter. My EDC flashlight, water bottle, washable dust mask, scissors, pen, pencil, and pocket notebook all look nice. Some even had multiple aesthetic options. The other tools did not. Most people I know carry similar tools, and everyone's looks pretty much the same. At the time that I purchased the lighter (pre-Amazon), black was the only option. I've tried several options to consolidate gear, but they bent or broke, so I'm back to separate tools for separate tasks. I think how colorful and decorative you can go at least partly depends on how you use your tools, and how often you use them. The more durable you need them to be, the fewer options there are. That Hello Kitty knife is sure not to get borrowed, but doesn't look sturdy. If it's less durable than the Leatherman blade I deformed (again), it is not EDC quality. I am in a rural area, not a city. I keep a variety of saws and other tools in the car, because sometimes I need them to get home. My gear gets used daily, and often for tasks that the designers didn't intend. I can't always call someone if my tools fail. If I get hurt because a tool in my EDC wasn't durable enough for a task, I may have to walk 2 miles to get cell phone reception, and wait nearly an hour for help. Above all else, tools need to work. Readily identifiable and even nice looking are bonus qualities, but sacrificing durability is dangerous. Women are tough, our gear should be, too. Pink shouldn't mean junk quality.