Purse Profiles: Are you Mary Poppins or Social Butterfly?

You run from meeting to meeting, grab lunch with a friend, and enjoy a night out on the town. You need a bag that fits your agenda and elevates your style! To find a brand that prioritizes your sustainable fashion values and sources ethically without compromising quality and style can be tricky.

Luckily, we’ve done the work for you! We rounded up our favorite picks to help you discover which purse profile describes you.


The Oxford Tote is for the sophisticated Mary Poppins. With a spacious interior, this statement piece is perfect for laptops, your favorite books, or a place to stow your heels for an evening look.


The Exotic Genuine Python or Genuine Ostrich Leather Clutch is for the fashion-forward professional. Large enough to fit your tech accessories and your lipstick, but small enough to fit under your arm, this clutch is the perfect luxury item to accent your look.


The Amsterdam Suede Clutch is for the girl on the go. Extra durable and water-resistant, this chic clutch is made of the same material that lines the steering wheels of Porsches and Maseratis.


The Amsterdam Recycled Leather Clutch is for the social butterfly. Made from recycled leather, this laid-back accessory creates a casual look that can be dressed up or rocked solo, depending on your mood.


Each luxury bag is lined with Lions in Four’s signature Artisan Dyed Silk and crafted from ethically sourced materials. At Lions in Four, we believe your bag should make a statement and add value to another woman’s life through living wages. You can learn more about how Lions in Four empowers women at Lions In Four Foundation. Your bag, her story.

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