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Happy Wahine Reversible Large Nancy Tote, Lehua Red

Original price $ 150.00 - Original price $ 150.00
Original price
$ 150.00
$ 150.00 - $ 150.00
Current price $ 150.00

The perfect everyday bag is the Nancy! This tote bag is reversible with a solid color on the inside and our adorable red lehua flower print on the outside. Included in this handbag is another bag! This inside pouch comes with a longer strap and can be used separately as a cross-body purse, or leave it in the bigger bag to help organize and protect all your belongings with the full zip feature. This is the perfect lightweight, flexible, great everyday reversible tote. The high-quality vegan leather material allows easy maintenance for this clutch and provides a great leather like look-and-feel without the weight.


Height: 12.25 inches
Width: 17.50 inches
Depth: 4.25 inches
Weight: 1.13lbs
Material: Vegan Leather
Handle drop: 9.75 inches
Shoulder strap: 39.50-45.50 inches

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