Crossbody Bucket Bag

Velma Dinkley is the real heroine from a childhood favorite, Scooby Doo.  Always sporting her orange turtleneck, pleated skirt, knee-high socks and her Mary Janes, no episode went by without her losing her glasses or saying “jinkies.”  Velma was without a doubt the brains of the group. 


This bag screams Velma!  Wearable, versatile and smart (and can even hold a spare pair of glasses or two)!


Messenger Bag

Molly Ringwald, you ruled the 80’s:  Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink (and The Facts of Life!). Molly is the 80’s icon we all wanted to be.  Can’t you see Molly rolling into New Trier High School with this messenger bag strapped across her pink sweater and leather skirt?   


Crossbody Bag

President Harry S. Truman said that Eleanor Roosevelt was the “First Lady of the World” in tribute to her human rights achievements.  Eleanor did not fuss over the idea that the first lady needed to be glamorous and regal.  Eleanor was a frequent traveler and it is said that she preferred simple outfits that could work with a variety of accessories. 


This crossbody bag pays homage to Eleanor’s simplicity and her utilitarian outlook on the world and fashion.