Today’s blog is a showcase for vintage fabric bags. There are so many gorgeous ones out there (including mine!) and they deserve to be written about.
So, my favourites from a recent search
Sally & Jane Beautiful clutches from identical twins who love to be crafty.
Kara Smith makes one off handmade handbags that are individually named and come with fab extras such as pockets, vintage buttons and recycled buckles.
All patterns and designs are created by Kara herself.
Retrofied Home of lovely things handcrafted from a mix of vintage, repurposed, remnant & contemporary materials.
I love the attention to detail on this lovely bag below such as the cute floral lining and fabric covered button. Nice!
Kiki’s Rewind Designs has wonderful vintage fabric tool belts for women who garden, quilt or craft. These are also great for a market stall so I’ll just have to order one!
Kiki also has lovely clutch bags.
I’ve blogged about Retro Elephant before and I just love their retro clutch bags. Their products are made by hand from recycled textiles from the 60’s and 70’s, preferably in bright colors!
The result is unique and environmentally friendly products with a true retro touch.
Ella O Six
has wonderful bags and every piece is made or customised with pride by Ella herself. What I love most about Ella’s bags is her choice of vintage fabric, it’s right up my street.
has gorgeous slouchy boho shoulder bags, this one featured below is my favourite.
Last (and certainly not least!) are my own Fabulous Vintage products.
Rare vintage fabric is carefully sourced and up-cycled into fabulous bags which are sold on Madeit
and Blue Caravan
ethical design market.
Until next time,