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Loved Bags Last: Part 3

Maria Florencia Guategui

Tags cleaning tips, handbag care, how to clean your bag

Loved Bags Last: Part 3

It's time for taking care of our friend, our gal, the one that's always by our side, YES.... YOUR HANDBAG! Most of us have a weekly routine of cleaning around the house: kitchen, bathroom, living room, rooms, yard, clothes, but... what about our handbags? We often forget to remember that it's the piece of item that we use the most! Let's be honest, usually you tend to have a favorite that you use EVERY DAY. It's with you all day, to the coffee shop, on the commute, at work, to the grocery store, sometimes it's even on the floor for...


Loved Bags Last: Part 1

Maria Florencia Guategui

Loved Bags Last: Part 1

  As #lovedclotheslast the same happens with bags 👜Taking care of them, is the way they will last. When purchasing a bag you make an investment of sth that you will use a lot: for gym, for work, for school, to go out, and so on! With a bunch of different outfits, endless occasions and will be there for you, so let’s make it last, shall we? I want to start a post series of tips on how to take care of them, so today I’m just gonna start with a basic tip, and then we’ll go with the more complex! ✨STORAGE...


Vegan Alternative for Leather: Piñatex

Maria Florencia Guategui

Vegan Alternative for Leather: Piñatex

New plant based materials in town 🙌🏻 What if I told you that they's a new vegan alternative to leather made out of pineapples🍍✨? YES! It’s called Piñatex by Ananas Anam and is a natural, non-woven innovative new material, made from pineapple leaf fibres. This is a by product of pre existing agriculture, gathered by partner farming cooperatives in the Philippines. How? The leaves are processed to extract the fibres and these are manufactured into a non-woven substrate, then sent to Spain where it is finished into Piñatex 🌿. It’s an alternative to leather, which is sustainable, ethically sourced, socially...


Loved Bags Last: Part 2

Maria Florencia Guategui

Loved Bags Last: Part 2

What to do if you get caught in a storm? As a general rule, for any type of leather you have the rule is: Avoid excessive amount of water. Problem: What if a rainy weather caught you off guard? Or well, in my case I live in Seattle and only have leather bags, so what to do! Solution: Always first clean and remove water with a soft cloth (or old t-shirt) to maintain it dry. Let it dry naturally inside:  X No direct sun as it can damage your leather. X No other heat source -don’t use heat to dry out...