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Crossbody bag Hydrangea (burgundy)

Crossbody bag Hydrangea (burgundy)

€49,95

Crossbody bag Hydrangea (burgundy)

€49,95

  • Article code: 50074-60
  • EAN: 8717366155405

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This tough yet feminine crossbody bag Hydrangea, is a perfect bag for daily use. On the flap, decorative golden coloured studs can be found. This crossbody bag has an adjustable shoulder strap, so that you can determine the length of this bag. The bag has

Product description

This tough yet feminine crossbody bag Hydrangea, is a perfect bag for daily use. On the flap, decorative golden coloured studs can be found. This crossbody bag has an adjustable shoulder strap, so that you can determine the length of this bag. The bag has a spacious main compartment and two relatively small inner pockets, of which one with a zipper. Underneath the flap there is an additional pocket with a zipper. There is also a zip pocket on the back side of the bag. Because of the flap and invisble magnet closure the bag can securely be locked. The colour of the hardware is called 'antique brush' and has a messing colour, like polished gold. The sizes (widht x height x depth) of this crossbody bag are 23 x 18 x 08 cm.

This bag is part of the 'Elegance' theme which features serene, minimalist and mainly monochrome looks with a luxurious finish. A mature and feminine look, with hardly any frills. To complement its neutral shades, the well-balanced colour range includes grey-pink, blue and purple with the occasional metal accent. All bags are rich in features, evidenced in the choice of materials, handles and subtle decorations.  Check out all bags from this theme. 

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