88 Handbags

Although my blog is specifically about products that are tested on animals, I try my best to avoid “cruel” products in all areas. I know, leather is a hard thing to give up. It’s included on more clothing items and shoes than you might think. But I try hard to avoid it when buying new stuff.

So I’m happy to promote “88 Handbags“, a company that makes vegan bags. Not only are they beautiful and cool, they are also fairly priced. Being the thrifty shopper I am, this is a win-win situation! I personally am coveting so many of their cross-body bags; perfect for my weekend errands and thrift shopping, when I like to have both hands free!

Here are some of my favourites (click image to see larger):

The best news – for Canadian shoppers, their bags are offered through amazon.ca here – so you see the prices in Canadian dollars, and they are eligible for free shipping and Amazon prime! Awesome! Have a look through and let me know which are your faves. Happy shopping!

3 thoughts on “88 Handbags

  1. This is amazing, thank you! I’m always struggling to find accessible Canadian cruelty free products/companies.

  2. Kelly……………….Thanks so much for this heads-up re the 88 Handbags………………..I actually saw what would appear to be a similar line (I think made in Canada) on the Marilyn Denis show…………..apparently they also carry this line in Shopper’s Drug Mart………………I cannot remember their name……………maybe Nella Bella or something like that…………..similar materials used but their prices were in the $99.00 range………………It would be nice to know where the 88 Handbags are made??

    Thanks a heap and keep on discovering your fabulous finds……………..Thanks again……………Maureen

    • Hi, Thanks for mentioning Nella Bella – I looked them up and they state that their bags are “DESIGNED” in Canada. This is a standard marketing ploy to avoid saying made in China like everything else. Disappointing but hard to find made in Canada these days. Pretty sure 88 bags are made overseas as well. At least the price point reflects that a bit better. I refuse to pay over $100 for something made in China and it’s not real leather – the markup is insane…

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