Samara

Apple Mini Crossbody

$100.00 USD $130.00 USD

Designed to be taken everywhere with you, our Apple Mini Crossbody is the bag you can just throw things in and be ready to go. It's a soft structure and dual handles/strap make it incredibly easy to style. With this, you'll be dressed just enough - whether it's running errands or Sunday brunch.

Product Details
Shipping & Returns

Features:

  • Built-in pocket for cards
  • Can be carried with its top handle or worn crossbody with its adjustable, removable long strap
  • Zippered closure

Dimensions:

  • 5.5" (H), 7" (W), 2" (D)
  • Adjustable shoulder strap length: 15" - 20"

U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 5-7 business days. Shipping is free on orders over $150. This is shipped from Samara and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your order. Please contact info@samarabags.com for any returns.

Why We Love it

This multitasking purse can be carried by the top handles (when you’re feeling a bit fancy) or worn cross-body with the long strap (when you’re all about getting things done and being hands-free).

Meet The Founder

SALIMA VISRAM

Salima Visram believes that beautiful fashion does not have to come at the cost of the environment. To that end, she created SAMARA, a line of cruelty-free bags and accessories. “The brand started out of a need for small, minimalist purses and wallets that were not overtly branded, that were eco-friendly and did not pose any harm to animals,” explains Visram.

The brand launched in 2017 in Toronto—though Visram was on an ill-timed vacation in Los Angeles at the time. “I started with the $500 I had in my bank account and our first batch of bags sold out that night. I remember not having figured out shipping or anything, and then having to spend that Christmas packing boxes and making multiple trips to USPS.”

Since that shaky—but promising—start, Visram has brought on a full, all-female team. And she gives 10% of profits to The Soular Backpack, an initiative that provides children in East Africa with a backpack equipped with a solar panel, which allows them to do their homework at night without the use of kerosene.