Shopper Tote in Daydreaming in Dax
- Printed non-woven fabric in a tangerine, flame and slate mod floating flower design with a coordinating slate trim and handles.
- Generously sized to fit bulky market items
- Small front pocket for items such as your cell phone, keys and cash
- Compact design folds flat for easy storage in your diaper bag
Dimensions: 16" L x 15.5" H x 3.5" W
Care: Wipe clean with damp cloth only.
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Staff Favorites Available in the Following Fabrics
Italian Cut VelvetDerived from the French word 'veluotte' or velvet, the plush velvets are woven and then "cut out" on a linen base cloth to create a rich texture.
Laser-Cut LeatherAn elevated statement of style and function made from 100% leather, using layers of laser cut and printed leathers that form entirely unique and proprietary patterns.
GlazedMatte coated-canvas fabric is wipe-able, water-repellent and combines delightful designer touches with unique hand embroidered accents. The coated canvas is PVC-free.
Organic CottonPetunia's organic cotton is certified and grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment.
EmbossedNamed after a printing technique in which letterforms are pressed into paper to create a sculpted surface, our Embossed fabrics are an interpretation of iconic Petunia patterns stitched against sleekly modern minimalist fields of color.
ChenilleChenille means ‘caterpillar’ in French and is created when fuzzy yarns are woven together resulting in a soft, plush finish in the design area.
- Perfect! Review by Rachel K
This little bag is perfect for trips to the grocery store or farmer's market. I love that the bag folds up so small and slips into my purse.
(Posted on 3/23/13)
- Super stylish and convenient Review by ARN
Love the many uses i get with this shopper tote. Its ability to fold up nice and neatly is a bonus. I find the front pocket works well for things like shopping list and library cards.
(Posted on 3/20/13)