Olivia Siena Embroidered Bum Bag
The embroidered Olivia fanny pack
Sienna orange organic cotton fanny pack
Hand embroidered in Paris by Studio Francosse
Online embroidery edition until Tuesday December 5 while stocks last.
Our best-selling fanny pack gets a makeover with the embroidery of your choice. Flash embroidery (heart or glass of champagne) or personalized (first name/word, initials or astro sign), the hardest part will be making a choice!
1. Choose the color of your fanny pack
2. Select the color of the embroidery thread: BLACK (yellow dots for the champagne glass) or OFF-WHITE (yellow for the champagne glass)
3. Select your flash ( HEART or CHAMPAGNE ) or embroidery personalization ( WORD/FIRST NAME , INITIALS or ASTRO SIGN )
4. If you have opted for personalization, don't forget to tell us your word/first name, initials or astro sign.
NB: For the WORD/FIRST NAME, maximum 9 letters and compound word NOT accepted.
PLEASE NOTE: Shipping times are extended for all embroidered fanny packs. Orders are scheduled to be shipped on December 13 via Colissimo (2-4 days delivery time thereafter).
FREE DELIVERY by Colissimo and IN-SHOP COLLECTION available.
Delivery to relay point not available for this product.
Embroidery location : bottom right of the banana
Banana dimensions : L 32 x H 15 x D 9 cm
Shoulder strap length : Min 56 - Max 105 cm
Capacity : 4L
All our embroidery is made by Studio Francosse . The brand offers hand-embroidered clothing in Paris. Hindbag chose Studio Francosse for the quality of its handmade embroidery and its feminist commitment to the liberation of the female body through its different embroidery visuals.
Thick and resistant organic cotton (500g/m2). Our cotton is labeled GOTS, which guarantees in particular:
- The biological origin of textiles;
- Production and transformation processes that respect the environment;
- Respect and improvement of working conditions.
To find out more about the GOTS label .
All our bags and accessories are manufactured by our Indian NGO partner Swami Sivananda Mamorial Institute (SSMI) which fights for the emancipation of women in an underprivileged neighborhood of DELHI. These women make textile accessories in exchange for a salary 3x higher than the average Indian salary, training and a place at school for their children.