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  • Vendula Cupcake Bag
  • Vendula Cupcake Bag
  • Vendula Cupcake Bag
  • Vendula Cupcake Bag
  • Vendula Cupcake Bag
  • Vendula Cupcake Bag

Vendula Cupcake Bag

£75.00 (Delivery from £4.80)
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The arrival of this highly distinctive design, centred around a classically sized handbag which features a candy striped shop ‘canopy’ is yet another demonstration of Vendula’s passion, sense of fun and originality. Just the signature handbags and a Zipper Coin Purse in these mini collections.

Vendula Cup Cake, with a playful Scotch terrier eyeing up the treats on display in the window. A look behind this store reveals a lamppost with an empty leash…hmm….? 

Cupcake Bag features: 

  • Dimension: 25.00cm(H) x 31.00cm(W)
  • Three separate interior compartments (1 zipped)
  • Fully lined in exclusive London print fabric
  • One inside zip pocket
  • Two inside open pockets
  • External back zip pocket
  • Detachable/adjustable shoulder strap
  • Brass stud ‘feet’
  • Soft faux leather 100% animal friendly


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