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Product description

NAME: Shopping Bags for Women, Women’s Tote Bags, Daily Shoulder Bag for Ladies

MATERIAL: Oxford Cloth

SIZE: 12.8(H) x11.2(L) x 7.1(W) INCH/ 32.5(H) x 28.5(L) x 18(W) CM

FEATURES:

✔Larger Capacity amp; Smooth Zipper

✔Exquisite Craft amp; Elegant Pattern

✔Long Shoulder Straps amp; Inner Small Pocket

✔Reusable, Wear-resistant amp; Long-lasting

PRINT:

Personalized customization, using the advanced printing technology, two-sided printing, many fashion designs for selecting, ideal gifts for women.

APPLICATION:

This high quality big reusable totes bag will be outstanding value for everyday bags. It is perfect for school bag, shopping bag, grocery bag, gym bag, laundry bag, beach bag, travel bag, laptop bag, meal bag and more.

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