Ella Crossbody - Sand Pleated
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MEET THE ELLA CROSSBODY - SAND PLEATED...
It's one of the hottest selling bags in the collection for a reason - it's got the looks, and the versatility. Featuring a luxurious pleated material, it's a must-have bag that you need in your collection. Tote it on your arm, wear it as a crossbody, or a shoulder bag, however you choose to wear it will add instant interest to your look!
- Made with recycled vegan leather
- Lining made with recycled plastic bottles
- Interior zip pocket
- Interior slip pocket
- Detachable and adjustable crossbody strap
- Luxurious pleated vegan leather
- Removable signature logo plate
- Fits iPhone 13 Pro Max
- Dimensions: L 8" x D 4.2" x H 5.5"
MEET PIXIE MOOD ...
At Pixie Mood, they believe that great style doesn't need compromise. Styles can be trendy, functional, and socially responsible all at the same time. They obsess over making great bags, including the little details that make them awesome, and design with their customer's needs first and foremost.
They believe it is their responsibility to take into consideration the future of our planet when designing and developing their products. They are committed to sustainability and dedicated to sourcing the most innovative and eco-friendly materials for their products.
WHAT DOES VEGAN LEATHER MEAN?
Pixie Mood is committed to being 100% cruelty free and that means that they have had to hunt for new, innovative vegan materials to make them bags come to life.
They use a vegan leather called PU leather otherwise known as Polyurethane Leather, which is different from lower grade synthetic leathers such as vinyl or PVC. They do not used PU "coated" leather, but only use the real thing.
PU leather is generally a layer or two of PU with a non-woven background. It is lighter and more breathable than PVC leather. It works well in colder climates and is more elastic than PVC.
Pixie Mood also believes and participates in Fair Trade Labour.
Wondering how to care for your bag? Pixie Mood has a great guide - here