It’s music festival season, when the fashion is just as important as the tunes. And your packing list probably goes something like this: crop top, check; lace-up gladiator sandals, of course; and a flower crown, obviously. But does it include a Boho handbag to carry all necessary items in?
Luckily, there is a new line of Bohemian-inspired handbags for all the modern-day Gypsies jet-setting around the world. Elle & Jae Gypset was designed specifically to meet all your globetrotting needs… Hobos meant for transporting all your belongings, cross bodies to keep your hands free for dancing and 70’s inspired saddlebags bags to keep all necessary essentials. They also have charms, pom-poms and interchangeable straps that can be added on to each handbag to get the ultimate Gypset look.
For a definition of a modern-day Gypset girl we turn to the Urban Dictionary, who describes the lifestyle as “fusing the ease and carefree lifestyle of a gypsy with the sophistication of the jet set, the Gypsetters are artists, surfers, designers, and bon vivants who live and work around the globe.”
CEO and designer, Laura Lavin, the ultimate Gypset girl, drew her inspiration for this line of handbags from her southern California, bohemian roots and her passion for travel. The bags are designed with The Elle & Jae Gypset girl in mind.
Elle & Jae Gypset handbags are fashionable and won’t break the bank. They are great for millennials who wish to spend more on the experience and less on material items.
Retail: $18 to $148