Pebble Vegan Leather Tote & Crossbody Bag
Our Pebble Tote is literally two bags in one. An open, lightweight shopper tote with contrast interior containing a fully lined, crossbody bag with removable strap, great for storing essentials or as an extra bag on the go! Tote has magnetic snap closure. Crossbody features a center compartment with zip closure, an interior zip pocket and interior multi-media storage pockets.
Tote Dimensions: 18.5" W x 13" H x 5.5" D
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Written by lunaPosted on 08/11/2013 at 6:43:09 PMLast week I saw this bag at the Brooklyn location and fell in love! I kept thinking about it all week and went back today just to purchase it, and I couldn't be happier. I got it for 25% off, but still would buy it even at it's regular retail price. It's that perfect everyday bag - it's roomy, goes with everything, super stylish, and the vegan leather is so so soft and strong. And hey, it even comes with an extra bag! 2 for 1 deal, can't beat that :)
I Love this bag!
Written by shulamythPosted on 06/15/2013 at 9:16:25 PMLet me start out by saying I search far and wide for this bag! It was sold out at nearly every store and when I finally tracked it down, color options had dwindled from 3 to 1. Red was the winning color. Stunning and reversible! The interior bone color stands on it's own as a classy and plain gorgeous tote! Did I mention there is a second, and quite roomy, crossbody bag hiding inside. It's a delight! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
Fabric content: PU - Vegan Leather, Lining: 100% Cotton
Care instructions: Spot Clean Only
This bag has been tested positive for small trace amounts of lead. This happens sometimes in the production of vegan leather polyurethane bags and accessories. It is safe to use this product, but just make sure not to chew on it! Brooklyn Industries takes your health very seriously and is working with its polyurethane materials suppliers to produce and sell 100% lead-free products by August 1, 2014.
To learn more about the physical effects of lead, visit the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention website here.