Women's Leather Crossbody Handbag - Pine Saddle in Brown
Beautiful and chic in more ways than one, the Women's Leather Crossbody Handbag - Pine Saddle is your go-to bag for busy city life or a nice outdoor stroll through your favorite park. Your ideal companion wherever your travels may take you.
Features one inner zip pocket, one inner divider, one front pocket, carry handle, green canvas lining, buckle fastening to main compartment, brass hardware, and adjustable shoulder strap. Double stitched, riveted and lined with canvas for strength and waterproofed with natural oil. Dimensions – bag: 8.5”-10” x 9” x 3” (22cm-25.5cm x 23cm x 8cm). Shoulder strap: 49”-54” x 1.5” (124cm-137cm x 4cm). Front pocket: 6.5”-8” x 5.5” x 1.5” (16.5cm-20cm x 14cm x 4cm). Comfortably fits most tablet devices. Price: $85. 100% handmade in India. Designed in U.K. Ships worldwide.
For every purchase, a portion of the proceeds will fund Designers Against AIDS to help raise AIDS awareness in the international media and towards the general public.
Committed to producing the highest quality leather goods, What Daisy Did has partnered with local artisans from India to create eco-friendly leather bags made to last. Named after native UK trees to celebrate their partnership with The Woodland Trust, The Forest Collection is a unique series of handmade leather handbags, backpacks, messenger bags, satchels, laptop bags and more, using only certified eco-friendly practices and made from locally sourced materials. All bags use leather from community-farmed goats, where each hide is naturally tanned under the desert sun using vegetable oils, and never with chemical tanners, which can harm local water supplies. All leftover scraps of leather are sold to a local jeweler to minimize waste.
Manufactured by a local community of sixty families (30 women and 57 men) in the western deserts of India, tailors are paid a fair living wage, work from home and have complete control over their work schedule. This means families can set their own deadlines, which allows them to focus on important commitments, such as university or parenting. No child, elderly or forced labor is ever used in the making of these products.
$24 shipping for first item and $6 shipping for each additional item on all worldwide orders for What Daisy Did products. For the United Kingdom, all bags ship with First Class Royal Mail within two business days of purchase. For rest of world, all bags ship with Royal Mail International within two business days of purchase. 5-10 business days for worldwide delivery.
What Daisy Did offers a no hassle returns policy. Refunds or replacements are allowed for any reason up to one month of purchase date, assuming the item is in the same, unused condition. Item will need to be returned using a tracked postal service before the product can be refunded or replaced. Return shipping charges are non-refundable.
What Daisy Did accepts refunds for the repair and replacement of faulty items up to three months of purchase date. What Daisy Did will repair, or pay for repairs, for any damaged products for up to one year, up to the value of £10 (USD$15). If you are returning a bag from outside of Europe, please contact What Daisy Did at firstname.lastname@example.org before returning a bag. Returns are not accepted on sale items. Please return with a brief note, including your reason for return, name and email address to:
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"Our names are Daisy and Ozric. We have five years of experience working in various sustainability focused projects. This has opened our eyes to the reality of humanities disposable lifestyle and led us to create a fashion brand whose products were beautiful, functional, affordable and tackle waste from every angle. The ways we achieve this is by using natural and waste materials to create our bags in timeless styles that will outlive the micro trends and seasons. The bags are hard wearing and made to last, keeping them out of landfill for as long as possible.
We currently operate in India and the UK, with a combined work force of over 100 artisans. We are a member of www.bafts.org.uk - The British Association of Fairtrade Shops and Suppliers and we are partnered with The Woodland Trust to offset our carbon footprint. We are working with the Hope Centre our local homeless charity, to offer employment to disadvantaged people in the UK,
We are strong advocates of slow fashion, a term which describes our battle against reckless consumerism in the fashion industry (fast fashion). It encouraging consumers to slow down and make more conscious decisions by asking a few simple questions. Our ethos is complete transparency, and on each of our product pages we endeavor to answer any questions you may have."
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