SERPUI

Denise Bun Orange Straw Top Handle Bag

$343

Add a pop of color to your look with Serpui's Denise orange raffia clutch. Meticulously handwoven in natural woven straw, it's crafted with a structured and sophisticated shape. The two-tone wooden top handle plays beautifully against the vibrant citrus color. Go hands-free with an optional gold chain strap.

FEATURES

  • Denise Bun Orange Straw Bag with Round Resin Top Handle
  • Resin two-toned top handle
  • Natural woven raffia straw
  • Structured body
  • Lined interior
  • Magnetic closure
  • Made in Brazil

Shown here with: Samantha Sung Dress, Alexis Bittar Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: natural raffia straw, resin

Product Size Measurements

  • Height: 5"
  • Length: 8"
  • Width: 2.5"
  • Handle diameter: 5"
  • Drop: 48"

Serpui Marie initially studied chemistry and even earned a doctorate in the subject, but could not deny her talent and ambition to become a designer. Originally inspired at a young age by the poppies and exotic flora near her home in Brazil, Serpui would use these flowers to decorate straw bags from the local markets. Now a 10-year veteran of the fashion industry, Serpui runs her own atelier in São Paulo, and is well known and respected by American fashion stylists and editors.

Add a pop of color to your look with Serpui's Denise orange raffia clutch. Meticulously handwoven in natural woven straw, it's crafted with a structured and sophisticated shape. The two-tone wooden top handle plays beautifully against the vibrant citrus color. Go hands-free with an optional gold chain strap.

FEATURES

  • Denise Bun Orange Straw Bag with Round Resin Top Handle
  • Resin two-toned top handle
  • Natural woven raffia straw
  • Structured body
  • Lined interior
  • Magnetic closure
  • Made in Brazil

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: natural raffia straw, resin

Product Measurements

  • Height: 5"
  • Length: 8"
  • Width: 2.5"
  • Handle diameter: 5"
  • Drop: 48"

Serpui Marie initially studied chemistry and even earned a doctorate in the subject, but could not deny her talent and ambition to become a designer. Originally inspired at a young age by the poppies and exotic flora near her home in Brazil, Serpui would use these flowers to decorate straw bags from the local markets. Now a 10-year veteran of the fashion industry, Serpui runs her own atelier in São Paulo, and is well known and respected by American fashion stylists and editors.