Thursday, March 22, 2012

Fashion Bolivian Aguayo Handbag.

Nepalese Travel Jacket

The quilting method called ''trapunto,'' which accents this lightweight jacket, is found in the traditional garments worn in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley. Handmade from breathable 100% cotton, this colorful, cultural travel jacket features hidden zippered pockets that offer a secure place to stash valuables. With a collarless cut, front patch pockets, and carved horn buttons, it is a beautiful way to carry the culture of the world with you on your travels. Handmade by artisans in Nepal. 

Reversible Cotton Travel Skirt...

Bright swaths of Indian paisley reverse to a classic khaki solid in this cotton voile travel skirt. The colorful patterns and neutral khaki coordinate with almost everything in your suitcase, and the crinkled broomstick style requires no ironing. 

Filigree Travel Sandals//

With cushioned comfort and a little lift, these lightweight Mary Jane sandals slip off easily at airport security and keep you going through long days of sightseeing. The foot bed is leather-covered, shock-absorbing foam to reduce fatigue. The compressed rubber wedge outsole offers durability and superior traction, and has a floral design. The nubuck leather strap is laser-cut with lacy details. 

Woven textiles called mantas or aguayos are an essential craft among the indigenous Aymara and Quechua people of the Andes. Decorated with simple geometric patterns, mantas are used as blankets and baby slings, as well as tailored into clothing. Pieces of handwoven mantas are combined with soft red suede to create this versatile handbag. Velvet-lined straps prevent them from slipping off your shoulder. Features a flat bottom, magnetic clasp, and one inside zip pocket. As each manta is unique, please expect variation in color and pattern. 

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