Crossbody Boho Messenger Bag – Nina


This Boho Crossbody Messenger bag is so amazing, you’ll take it everywhere you go. Look at that patchwork of of fun and colorful fabrics and that red coconut shell button! Roomy enough to hold everything you need, this will end up being your new favorite bag. It’s definitely mine.

Measurements: 18″W 15″H  15″D with 23″ strap

Note: there may be subtle differences in color due to the photographs, lighting and computer monitor. You may request additional photos if needed.

15% of the sale of this bag will be donated to an animal rescue or sanctuary.

Please choose from the menu below. If you choose “Other,” please write in the name of the sanctuary you wish to receive the donation into the NOTES section at checkout.


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Beautiful colors, patterns and textures. Front flap has a large coconut shell and elastic loop closure plus an inner webbing and loop for added security.  Long strap lets you can wear this bag over the shoulder or crossbody. Two pockets outside and two more inside. Colorful Boho lining. Large size to fit everything you need to carry and more.

Not only do you get a beautiful handmade, one of a kind bag, but proceeds from the sale go to help animal rescues and sanctuaries. Choose who gets the donation from the pull-down menu.

  • Perfect for everyday
  • large size
  • large coconut shell and elastic loop closure
  • inner webbing and loop for added security
  • long wide strap
  • two outer pockets
  • two inner pockets
  • colorful lining
  • Boho fabrics
  • made from repurposed materials
  • strong and sturdy
  • vegan
  • cruelty-free
  • one of a kind
  • handmade in Massachusettes
  • Measurements: 18″W 15″H  15″D with 23″ strap

Handmade by Janet McKinstry Designs – fine salvaged textiles and unique findings are re-purposed to create one-of-a-kind handbags. All the bags we carry have man-made fabrics only and are created using energy-efficient technology in the artist’s home!


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