The Maisy is a real Tardis of a bag. Neat and compact, it’s amazing how much you can fit into its capacious, curvaceous interior. There’s a double zip to allow it to open out wide, and it will carry your iPad, A4 folders, spare shoes and much more with ease. Rolled mock croc straps are designed to sling comfortably over your shoulder, and metal feet keep the bottom of the bag clean and scuff-free.
Gorgeous 3D poppies on a chic black background feature on our spacious Maisy Bag, a classic curved handbag style with a striking modern feel to the design. The poppies and leaves are created using appliqué fabrics and detailed embroidery, with buttons in the centres of the flowers. The bag has a faux snakeskin style bottom and handles.
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