VINTAGE LEATHER BROWN CUSTOM-MADE
Note on the purchase process:
- Once you have pre-ordered your bag, our customer service team will contact you to choose the embroidered straps you like the most. Don't worry, they are all beautiful and you won't know which one to choose!
- In case you do not like any of them, the purchase will be refunded.
- The approximate manufacturing time is three weeks.
Choose the size of bag that best suits your needs. In this link you can see a comparison between the two sizes available.
Dimensions: W x H x D
- ORIGINAL: 43cm x 29cm x 14cm
- MINI: 34cm x 23cm x 10cm
- Hand-embroidered backpack straps(corresponding to the ones in the first picture).
- A strap that allows you to use it as a shoulder bag.
This backpack bag preserves the textile traditions of the weavers of Guatemala and Mexico, as well as the careful work carried out by Spanish artisans in leather goods, uniting the traditions of two different countries in a single bag. The combination of the hand-embroidered Mayan straps with the highest quality leather makes this bag an exclusive and unrepeatable piece.
The versatility of this bag allows you to use it in different positions:
- As a backpack.
- As a shoulder bag, a leather strap is included in your bag that you can use whenever you want.
- As a handbag or shoulder bag, thanks to the central handles that allow you to carry it in its lighter version.
- Cotton lining.
- Top zipper and metal clasp in old gold color.
- Inside pockets on both sides, one of them with zipper.
- Exterior pockets: two side pockets, one central pocket and one zippered back pocket.
My Nawal is committed to ethical and sustainable fashion, without intermediaries, to guarantee fair trade where workers' rights are respected. We employ indigenous communities in Guatemala and Mexico whom we know personally. Our products are made using rudimentary techniques and in many cases natural dyes, thus reducing the impact on the environment. Our aim is to promote employment in communities in remote areas, helping them to improve their quality of life and at the same time preserving their textile culture and the use of their traditional techniques.