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There are probably a few things in your closet that spark joy the minute you look at them. Maybe it’s a unique jacket that you always get compliments on, or maybe it’s a piece of jewelry with a personal memory attached to it. No matter what it is, wearing those pieces is pretty much an instant mood boost.
If you could use more of those pieces in your closet, look no further than Maria Victoria’s gorgeous woven handbags.
Founded by two friends, Paulina and Carolina, the duo was born and raised in Mexico and is now an architect and industrial designer. The women behind Maria Victoria share that they “are proud to be Mexican, and we felt the need to show the world why Mexico’s art is considered to be one of the most interesting, as can be seen by admiring art-lovers worldwide.”
While the Fair Trade brand also sells shoes and other accessories, the real stars are the handbags. The brand offers over 10 different styles of purses ranging from crossbodies to oversized totes and even backpacks. Each bag is crafted by hand by a Mexican artisan and is truly a masterpiece.
Available in solid colors and patterns, you can sport your own Maria Victoria bag in your day-to-day life and add a pop of color to a plain outfit. But these styles are also sure to be the cutest on the beach. With styles large enough to fit a towel, sunscreen, water bottle and more, these bags are made of high-quality PVC plastic. This means that you can expect each bag to be sun and heat-resistant, as well as super easy to clean. Plus, the pliable plastic makes each bag flexible.
Shop five beautiful Maria Victoria bags below and shop all of the brand’s offerings on its website.
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