The closest you’ve ever come to a nomadic existence is playing Oregon Trail.
Pioneer the weary traveler look (dysentery be damned) with a bag from Bees’netta.
Local designer Suzie Sorenson uses hand-dyed fabrics and malleable waxed canvas to create her durable, camper-chic carryalls. A fan of the distressed look, she prefers materials that soften and weather with age, so you’ll achieve that perfectly worn aesthetic within just a few weeks of lugging.
The sturdy Homesteader tote is equal parts weekender and everyday, roomy enough for a laptop or multiple reads, and has brass and gold detailing that accent its otherwise natural palette.
Take it up a notch with tie-dyed stunner Celestial Homesteader. Carry the elegant, dual-strap Portager any which way; same goes for the Borough hobo with adjustable strap and sweet vegan leather bottom. Sorenson’s newest design, Scout, launches today.
Make a run for it.
Available online at etsy.com, $43-$250.
Photo: Courtesy of Bees’netta
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