Falda Convertible Bag in Sky
The centerpiece of this convertible bag is the textile adorning the center of the bag. The colorful handwoven textile formed the trim of beautiful skirts or faldas worn by traditional Quechua woman living in small pueblos of Cusco. The body of the bag is made with sheep's wool from Cajamarca, Peru in the Northern Andes.
The bag can be worn as a clutch or a shoulder/crossbody bag because it features a removable shoulder strap, decorative removable pom-poms and a zipper close, as well as a fun cotton lining with a zipper pocket.
It measures approximately 11" x 7.25".