With a needle and thread Patricia Nash has made her Como cross-body bag something special.
Patricia Nash has handstitched horizontal lines around the body of this burnished brown leather purse. By using a paler thread than the leather Patricia Nash has ensured the stitching adds definition to the Como's quirky squat shape without taking over the design.
The Como looks like the kind of purse you might find at a thrift store, but its interior shows it's a more contemporary creature than a truly vintage accessory. Its interior features a zippered pocket for valuables and two open pouches for modern gadgets.
I'm in two minds about the cross-body strap. On one hand it's very practical for busy days. However it doesn't quite gel with the Como's old world feel. Perhaps adding a short top handle and making that cross-body strap detachable would have provided the best of both worlds.
It's hard to get too critical of any real leather handbag costing just $148 though. While you might find cheaper shopping vintage, who's got the time to scour those second-hand stores?
More Features of This Patricia Nash Stitched Cross-Body
- Antique brass hardware
- Latch closure
- A single cross-body strap with a 25.5 inch drop
- Measures 10 x 7 x 4 inches
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