Casual Handbags in Playful Patterns

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New, locally made totes arrive in a kaleidoscope of prints and patterns.

Clockwise from top left: Coral “Bombshell” zigzag chevron-print clutch with detachable turquoise felt-flower pin, nickel frame, ball clasp and contrasting polka dot-print lining, by Angela Huse of Edmonds-based Angela Kay Designs ($48, available at angelakaydesigns.etsy.com).

Black and gray stripe knit shoulder bag with synthetic leather strap, by Lower Queen Anne-based Poverty Flats by Rian ($88, available at Nordstrom or povertyflatsbyrian.com).

Ikat pattern and coral-and-gray stripe cotton canvas tote bag, by Georgetown-based Rosanna Inc. ($44, available at Cameo & Crowns in Madrona or rosannainc.com).

Camel-colored riveted leather clutch with cow print accent strap by Tuesday Scarves ($78 with detachable metal chain, available at the Tuesday shop in the International District).

Big bow canvas tote with floral daisy print, by Aiko Tanaka of Kirkland-based The Zakka ($34.50, available at thezakka.etsy.com).

 

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