Blue Slings(59 items)
Welcome to the Blue Sling Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Blue Slings
Beautiful Colors and Craftsmanship!
This purse is bright, colorful, and makes me smile with delight whenever I pick it up! The artist is a superb crafts person. The size is perfect, and I like being able to adjust the strap length or carry the bag by the small side handle.
This is a very attractive, unique design, with a slim, casual style for every day use. Big enough to keep my necessities, without being bulky. Love it!
Popular Blue Slings
Wanderlust Convertible Travel Bag, "Wanderlust"$55
This ingenious travel bag holds so much so well that you can leave your wallet behind and explore farther with greater peace of mind. Wear it across your body, as a shoulder bag or a waist pack, or even attached to your belt. The water-resistant nylon bag features three interior zipper pockets and credit card slots, as well as a front zipper pocket.
Embroidered Eyeglasses Bag in Royal Blue from Peru, "Embellished Beauty in Blue"$14.99
Embellished with lovely summer-inspired embroidery in honey, white, brown, and green, this eyeglasses bag is created by Peruvian artisan duo Carmen and Felipe. This bag is made from royal blue fabric, draped over the shoulder on a long strap that is also decorated with embroidered designs. The flap opens with a velcro closure, revealing a lined interior for storing your eyeglasses.
Blue-Green and Yellow Silk Sling Bag, "Day Tripper"$34.99
Artisan Maria Svartman of Brazil hand crafts a perfect bag for a fast-paced day -- lightweight and just the right size to keep essentials handy and easy to find. The exterior of the sling is of silk that makes an ombre transition from blue to green to yellow, with flowers and vines painted on both sides in gold paint. The pink fabric-lined interior compartment closes with a zipper. A long black cord is the shoulder strap.
Embroidered Cotton Handbag in Saffron and Teal, "Banda Bay"$67.99
Named after the beautiful Banda region of Indonesia, this handbag is designed by Balinese artisan Anita Jo. The black cotton bag features beautiful saffron and teal hand embroidery that creates triangular, swirl, and zigzag patterns in the traditional style of the Banda Aceh province, which was hit by a devastating tsunami in 2004. Held by its two handles or slung over the shoulder on an adjustable, removable strap, this bag is fashionable and handy. Opening with a magnetic snap and zipper, the handbag reveals a black lined interior, complete with a zipper pocket on one side for storing small items.