MINI DEMURE
MINI DEMURE
MINI DEMURE
MINI DEMURE

MINI DEMURE

$100.00

It's made from cow-hide leather. It has a long gold chain accessory. It exudes class, style and uniqueness. It has a zipper pocket and two pouch.

Material used: cow hide leather
Height: 7.5 inches
Top width: 11 inches
Bottom width: 12.5 inches
Strap accessory: 8 inches

Color
  • Yellow
  • Pink
Quantity
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