Subdued, Messenger style Crossbody Bag
Looking for a bag that has subtle colors? The natural dyes used of for this particular bag is for you.
Sheep wool is dyed by using natural dyes from wood, leaves or flowers. This bag is durable but also has delicate and intricate designs woven into its textile.
Hopsack style of weaving including colors of sage, mauve, matte orange and faded yellow and dark red.
Alpaca blend strap that has been woven by a Master Weaver.
Strap Drop: 22.5 inches
Fully lined using black satin.
H:11in. x L:11in. x W:10.5in.
Quechua peoples are the weavers behind each bag Serena Vibes offers. The Quechua people live within the Andes Mountain. They spend 45 days or more to hand weave a manta (blanket) which is used to create several items including this unique messenger bag.