Market Bag

$150.00

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This Market bag is made from a durable 100% GOTS certified organic denim.  It has a roomy interior to accommodate all of your farmers market finds.  Two interior pockets, perfect for a phone and water bottle.  Signature marrow and top stitching. 

Organic farming supports regional fair labor, clean water and healthy soil.

3% of your purchase goes to one of the organizations on our Allies page.

Made in our Los Angeles studio.

One Size

  • Bag length 16.75"
  • Bag width 17.5"
  • Strap length 38"
  • Large inside pocket width and length 9.5" x 9.5"
  • Small inside pocket width 4.5"
  • Small inside pocket length 6"

Lightly pre washed for softness and comfort.  Hand wash or spot clean.

Items purchased online may be returned for a full refund within 7 days of order delivery or for store credit within 14 days of order delivery. All items must be in original packaging and condition. All refunds are credited to the original form of payment and store credit does not expire. 

To return merchandise, contact info@floraanimalia.com.

Customers are responsible for all additional shipping costs for returns and exchanges. Flora Animalia does not assume responsibility for reimbursement or compensation of returned packages lost in transit without proof of delivery to Flora Animalia.

Mail return items to:
Flora Animalia
4745 West Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Attn: Returns

Should anything arrive damaged, please photograph the outside and inside of the box along with the damage and send to info@floraanimalia.com. Do not throw away the box or damaged goods. All damage claims must be sent within 3 days of delivery.

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“It’s vital to remember to first dress for ourselves, for our own wellbeing, our mood, our work."

“What we purchase, support or boycott can collectively, affect change and represent our ethical stance on social and environmental effects.”

“Feeling protected & well equipped by what we wear adds a sense of pleasure and of harmony to the ritualized practice & rhythm of physical labor."