This one’s for the book lovers.
Here’s a gorgeous bag for work, class, or weekend meetings: The Georgetown Tote is a slim number that is handmade in Vermont using unwaxed canvas with Horween leather and antique brass details (including a swoon-worthy antique brass zipper) for a heritage, organic feel. One exterior pocket and one interior pocket help you keep your personal items safe and organized. Lined with French ticking, it’s the kind of bag you want to slip well-loved novels and thick paper notebooks into and take to a shady cafe terrace.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, James Ransom, Ty Mecham and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Ash Grey & Hunter Green: Waxed canvas, French ticking, antique brass zipper, antique brass rivets, swivel clasps, and d rings hand cut leather straps Navy, Coral, Mustard, and Light Grey: Canvas Shell, French ticking Liner, horween chromexcel leather handles and adjustable crossbody strap, Antique Brass swivel clasps, buckle, D-rings, zipper and rivets
Tote is 12.5" W x 14" H; removable long strap is 39.5" L (non-adjustable)
Care & Notes +-
Use clean, cold water to gently surface clean the waxed canvas with a sponge or light scrub brush. Do not use soaps or detergents, as this may permanently damage the fabric. For waxed canvas bags: do not dry clean, machine wash, or machine dry, as this will strip the wax from the canvas.
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