Before you begin, read the care label attached to the garment and any hangtags or care instructions included in garment packaging.
Suede & Leather Care
Dry clean only using a professional cleaner specializing in suede and leather cleaning. Do not use cleaning fluids or abrasives.
Suede should be regularly brushed with a suede brush or dry sponge to keep it clean and remove excess fibers. The loose fibers of a new suede garment have a tendency to "crock" initially—i.e. they form a fine dust which rubs off on clothing.
If you wear your garment in the rain, be advised that it may become permanently affected by water spots.
Handcrocheted in Peru by masterful textile artists, this pima cotton purse combines folk art flowers and diamonds in dusty light blue, pink, orange, and rose on a brown background. Includes two shoulder straps, a zip-top for extra security, one interior pocket, and tassels trimmed with glass beads. This medium-sized bag is perfectly fitted for daily essentials. Sales support Peruvian cottage industries working to preserve traditional textile techniques.