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Crossbody Kiana Tiare Infinity Embossed Black

Original price $ 83.00 - Original price $ 83.00
Original price
$ 83.00
$ 83.00 - $ 83.00
Current price $ 83.00


Our Kiana Crossbody featured in a classic black Tiare Infinity Embossed print will have passerby's doing a touble-take.  This piece doubles as a wallet - fitting up to 6 credit cards, cash, and your large cell phone (up to iPhone 8 plus). The adjustable shoulder strap can be easily removed and the crossbody can be used as clutch or simply as wallet.  High-quality vegan leather material allows for easy maintenance and provides a great leather like look-and-feel without the weight.

Height: 5.50 inches
Width: 7.75 inches
Depth: 1.25 inches
Weight: 0.65 lbs
Material: Vegan Leather
RFID Protected: Yes
Card slots: 6 slots
Shoulder strap: 31.50-37.25 inches

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