The new "IT" Wayuu bags.
Colorful woven handbags handcrafted in Colombia by women from the Wayuu indigenous community from La Guajira. The tote-like bag you will be wearing all year long, boldly.
Pattern colors: off-white, black.
Weaver: Gloria Epieyú, from the Epieyú Clan. Learn more about the Wayuu culture and their weavers in our blog.
38 Height / 47 Width / 29 Diameter / strap drop length 26 / strap width 4 (centimeters)
15 H / 18 W / 11 D / strap drop length 10 / strap width 1.5 (inches)
Note: Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, artisanal items, and dimensions and tones could vary slightly. Thank you.
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