Embroidered Side Sling Bags for Women
A embroidered slingbag is a type of bag that is designed to be worn over one shoulder, with the bag resting at the side of the body. This type of bag typically features a long strap that goes over the shoulder and across the chest, with the bag hanging at hip or waist level.
Side sling bags for women come in various sizes, materials, and designs, making them suitable for different occasions and preferences. They are often compact and lightweight, making them ideal for everyday use or travel when you need to carry essentials without weighing yourself down.
Overall, a side sling bag for women is a practical and stylish accessory that is perfect for those who prefer a hands-free option for carrying their essentials. It can be a versatile addition to any wardrobe, suitable for casual outings or more formal occasions.
With the help of pen-pencil, by making attractive artworks on the cloth, they are given a lively look with the help of colorful threads. Crafted with embroidery work, these slingbag for women can be used as solder-bags to keep wallet, mobile phone, charger, small diary, makeup kit, medicines, slingbag, spectacles. These bags are crafted in such a way that they look stunning with all kinds of outfits. Being made of cloth, they are light and strong as well as eco-friendly. This bag is perfect for travel, picnic, shopping, outing.
LARGE ROOMY: 12″Height x 13″ width x 7″ depth. Handle Drops 11 inches. Travel easy, fits laptop, iPad, book, sun umbrella and more. Main Large Zippered Opening with small pocket inside.
Barmer district, known as Thar-city in western Rajasthan for embroidery work, has its own special identity in the country and abroad. This embroidery work, which started as a small scale industry, has become synonymous with Barmer today, embroidery products made in the district are bought and sold in the country and abroad.
Rumadevi has a special contribution in making the work of embroidery a means of livelihood for the people of this region, she not only revived this extinct art, but also provided opportunities for both respect and livelihood to the people through this art. Today a team of about 22,000 women has been formed under the direction of Rumadevi and this caravan is continuously increasing.
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