SERPUI

Tina Turquoise and Wicker Minaudiere

$269 ($449) 40% OFF Final Sale: Cannot Be Returned

Serpui brings a summery charm with every handbag they create, and this Tina turquoise and wicker minaudiere is no exception. Composed of a natural wicker structure and featuring a turquoise-colored trim, this chain strapped bag adds a dynamic and casual flare to every look. Pair with a bright red dress for a colorful day-to-night style.

FEATURES

  • Tina Turquoise and Wicker Minaudiere with Chain Strap
  • Turquoise trim
  • Chain-inspired strap
  • Clear PVC lining
  • Imported

Shown here with: Oscar de la Renta Earrings, Lulu Frost Bracelet

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: natural wicker, plastic

Product Size Measurements

  • Weight: 10.6 oz
  • Height: 5"
  • Width: 9"
  • Depth: 4"
  • Strap Drop: 24"

Serpui Marie initially studied chemistry and even earned a doctorate in the subject, but could not deny her talent and ambition to become a designer. Originally inspired at a young age by the poppies and exotic flora near her home in Brazil, Serpui would use these flowers to decorate straw bags from the local markets. Now a 10-year veteran of the fashion industry, Serpui runs her own atelier in São Paulo, and is well known and respected by American fashion stylists and editors.

Serpui brings a summery charm with every handbag they create, and this Tina turquoise and wicker minaudiere is no exception. Composed of a natural wicker structure and featuring a turquoise-colored trim, this chain strapped bag adds a dynamic and casual flare to every look. Pair with a bright red dress for a colorful day-to-night style.

FEATURES

  • Tina Turquoise and Wicker Minaudiere with Chain Strap
  • Turquoise trim
  • Chain-inspired strap
  • Clear PVC lining
  • Imported

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: natural wicker, plastic

Product Measurements

  • Weight: 10.6 oz
  • Height: 5"
  • Width: 9"
  • Depth: 4"
  • Strap Drop: 24"

Serpui Marie initially studied chemistry and even earned a doctorate in the subject, but could not deny her talent and ambition to become a designer. Originally inspired at a young age by the poppies and exotic flora near her home in Brazil, Serpui would use these flowers to decorate straw bags from the local markets. Now a 10-year veteran of the fashion industry, Serpui runs her own atelier in São Paulo, and is well known and respected by American fashion stylists and editors.