Organic and vintage materials, vegetable-tanned American and Italian leathers, water-based ink, domestic production and hand sewing all describe these multi-purpose travel accessories I'm currently coveting. I rarely purchase travel accessories but these might just be the perfect solution for our next carless trip where we rely solely on our bicycles. In the past I've peddled along in a linen dress and backpack holding just a bulky wallet...
Sold through the online registry service NewlyWish, Fleabags by Lyndsey Hamilton are handmade, sourced locally and sustainable: "Fleabags is a New York-based handbag company that places an emphasis on sustainable design to create chic and stylish, limited edition clutches, totes, and kit bags."
What I'm digging is the Adirondack Clutch ($105 to $110) for a multi-use wallet turned grab-and-go pouch perfect for anytime of the day. And when at home, I imagine toting it around for business receipts that I will later digitally file away.
Want to learn more, check out Fleabags on NewlyWish!