Two Vintage Parisian Tapestry Bags
There is nothing quite like a vintage tapestry bag. They are beautiful, unique, and mysterious. They are bags that make an onlooker wonder what is inside. And, they are carried by mysterious, intriguing people.
This is how I see tapestry bags, at least. And, this is why I have opened a shop that features such purses. I am working somewhat slowly on filling the store, but I have a pile of purses that are ready to go. I use the morning hours before my kids wake up to describe, prepare, edit photos, and all of those vintage shop tasks that I hadn’t realized I’d missed so much – all with the goal of bringing some mystery and loveliness to your wardrobe.
The first two tapestry bags listed in the shop are two creations by Delill. Delill is a vintage purse company that specialized in creating quality purses, and these two gems are no exception. Each of them features a Parisian scene – one of The Eiffel Tower and Alexander Bridge, and the other of the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur. Both bags are in excellent condition and would look equally lovely with a casual linen dress or an elegant evening dress.
You can explore the shop by clicking on any of the pictures in this post, or you can click on “shop” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. You will also find a growing selection of vintage sewing patterns there as well. After we get to know each other, you will discover that the one thing I am most passionate about is living beautifully in a way that helps the environment. Whether that means reusing vintage pieces or sewing garments that fit perfectly and can be worn forever, I am on board. I hope you are too!
You can expect to see vintage purses, accessories, decor, sewing patterns, and other vintage treasures in the shop. I can’t wait to share my finds with you!
How do you feel about vintage tapestry bags? Do you love them as much as I do? Let me know in the comment section below!
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