Plum Boho Belle Bag

Plum Boho Belle Bag

A high-class hobo bag for women who fancy the finer things in life. Premium quality leather accented by detailed stitching, subtle tassels, and a floral canvas lining will add understated glamour to any fashonista's wardrobe. Pair with boots and a slouchy cardigan for a Boho look chic enough for any event. Handmade in Argentina, 100% sweatshop free, and fair-wage guaranteed.

  • Plum, purple, fun. You can wear this to a dinner, an event, a lunch anywhere! Love the front frills. Frills=fun!

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  • Hello Gorgeous! Purple me some of that pretty <3

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  • I may or may not have purchased a bottle of perfume here and there simply because I love the bottle it comes in. Is it even worse that I'd buy this one just because of the beautiful box it comes in? I think not.

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  • Very cute butterfly necklace! Plum color! Can brighten up any outfit!!! And it's on sale!

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  • I could see myself riding my bicycle wearing this shoulder bag. Love the braided detail & plum color.

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  • I love the contrast of the vivid plum beads with the antiqued brass filigree beads and findings. Really evocative--at once I think of Grimm's fairy tales, Tolkien, Art Nouveau, Central Europe and white witches. Love it!

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  • Ooof. I vote no. Plum purple with gold trim buttons and removable shorts that can be worn on their own. Yikes!

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