Convertible Crossbody Ocean





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The HFS Collective convertible half-moon bag in Ocean Blue Eco-suede is their roomiest hands-free bag yet. With glimmering gold accents and top flap magnetic closure, the half-moon bag opens to reveal an interior of soft, luxurious eco-suede (made from recycled plastic bottles) and organic cotton complete with a zippered pocket for your cards and cash. Comes with cross body strap made from premium eco-suede (made from recycled plastic bottles) which can be removed to wear as a clutch. Also converts to belt bag by slipping belt through the back. Matching belt is included. Handcrafted locally and sustainably in Los Angeles.

  • Gold tone hardware
  • 1 large interior zippered pocket
  • Can be worn cross body or as clutch (can also be worn as a belt bag with belt purchased separately as add on)
  • Materials: Eco-suede (vegan, sustainable textile made from recycled material, see below), Organic cotton lining 
    • Bag dimensions: 9" L x 6" H x 2" D
  • Belt Sizes: Belt runs 25 inches to 46 inches long; Belt width is .75 inches

  • Made in Los Angeles, California


HFS Collective uses premium Eco-suedes are made from post-industrial recycled polyester and post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, which help reduce plastic waste destined for landfills. This fabric is made using a pure recycling process and meets Oeko Tex Standard 100 certifications, which means it is free from organic solvents, odors, and environmental toxins such as formaldehyde, pesticides, chlorine, heavy metals, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing dyes.

HFS Collective uses organic cotton that is GOTS certified and grown in a way that uses methods and materials that lessen the impact on our environment. A big effort in the organic cotton movement is to use growing systems that replenish and maintain soil fertility and build biologically diverse agriculture. Organic cotton is not treated with pesticides, insecticides, herbicides or Genetically Modified Organisms, all of which are toxins that are extremely harmful for farmers and workers, consumers, and entire wildlife eco systems.

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