I once saw the pattern in this fabric on blankets made by a native tribe from somewhere in Southern Texas. I was young; my father bought, sold, and traded handmade goods as well as animals across the Mexican border and with native tribes in southern Texas. It was the inspiration for the bag along with the funky 70s car salesman-y suit coat. You can see the sleeve with buttons. The lining and wristlet are a reprint from an old potato sack fabric.
This style bag is unique in that it can be worn 3 different ways: As a crossbody, a hipbag (fanny pack-ish) also known as a belt bag, or carried as a clutch.
The bag is 6"x7", with a 50" adjustable and removable shoulder strap and an 8" removable wristlet. It is perfect for your mask, phone, a pack of wipes and a few other small items.
The bag is stabilized with interfacing and has a coordinating zipper.
Hand wash and lay flat to dry. Smoke free/pet friendly.
Color variations can occur between monitors. Please message me with any questions you may have.
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