A trendy beach bag, where you can put everything that matters when hitting those warm beaches. With a handy inside pocket to keep the important things within easy reach, and save you from the hassle of having to dig around the bottom of your bag.
- Printed, cut, hand-sewn, and ships from both USA and EU!
- Large inside pocket = Keep your keys and wallet within easy reach and keep them from scratching up the rest of your belongings.
- Comfortable cotton webbing handles = No painful digging into your hands or shoulders from thin flimsy straps and made to last for a long long time!
- Vibrant colors that won't fade = Take it from the beach, to the office, to the grocery store or use it as a weekender bag!
- 100% spun polyester fabric = resistant to water, mold-mildew and crinkling, highly compact when folded, break-even your single-use plastic bag usage after 14 uses (vs. 173 uses with cotton).
- Available in one size: 16x20in with a capacity of 4.4 US gal (17.8l) and a maximum weight limit of 44lbs (20kg)= Perfect to fit all your belongings, like your matching beach towel
- Looking for a smaller size? Check our matching 15x15in tote bag
"Vincent van Gogh painted Starry Night in 1889 during his stay at the asylum of Saint-Paul-de-Mausole near Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Van Gogh lived well in the hospital; he was allowed more freedom than any of the other patients. If attended, he could leave the hospital grounds; he was allowed to paint, read, and withdraw into his own room. He was even given a studio. While he suffered from the occasional relapse into paranoia and fits - officially he had been diagnosed with epileptic fits - it seemed his mental health was recovering.
Unfortunately, he relapsed. He began to suffer hallucinations and have thoughts of suicide as he plunged into depression. Accordingly, there was a tonal shift in his work. He returned to incorporating the darker colors from the beginning of his career and Starry Night is a wonderful example of that shift. Blue dominates the painting, blending hills into the sky. The little village lays at the base in the painting in browns, greys, and blues. Even though each building is clearly outlined in black, the yellow and white of the stars and the moon stand out against the sky, drawing the eyes to the sky. They are the big attention grabber of the painting." - Van Gogh Gallery
Artist: Vincent van Gogh | Designer: Sabai Beauty