4 Beautiful Handbags That Your Mom Will Love

 

What better way to show your love and appreciation to your mama than a beautiful and unique Native-made purse? From western chic to small coin purses, we rounded up our favorite handbags and purses made by Native American artisans.

Photo / glendabags.com
Photo / glendabags.com

Glenda Bags LLC

The “Gramma Scarf” trend is coming back and we’re all for it! This bag is made of the classic material, made modern with the inclusion of leather straps and tassels. Gramma Scarf Lola Handbag, $135, http://www.glendabags.com


Photo / Instagram (@yellowhouse_bags
Photo / Instagram (@yellowhouse_bags

Yellowhouse Bags by Lane Jensen  

Lane Jensen, the creator of Yellowhouse Bags, creates bags in all shapes, sizes and styles – from bucket bags to small clutches. Our fave for the busy, multitasking mama: Show Your Stripes Bucket Tote, $380 ($425 with a matching wallet), http://instagram.com/yellowhouse_bags


Photo / mayastewart.com
Photo / mayastewart.com

Maya Stewart

Get the special lady in your life a world-famous design! Chickasaw, Creek and Choctaw designer Maya Stewart has been featured in countless magazines around the world, and her designs worn by the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway. Our recommendation: Silver Arrow Clutch, $275, http://www.mayastewart.com


Photo / Instagram (@jessielongbrake
Photo / Instagram (@jessielongbrake)

Bobbi Palczewski Purses

For the standout, western-wearing, cowgirl mom’s: we suggest a beaded (complete with fringe!) crossbody bag by Bobbi Palczewski purse! Did we mention these designs have been featured in Cowgirl Magazine!? (For details on the purse pictured above, message Jessie Longbrake at http://instagram.com/jessielongbrake).

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