Premium quality, byproduct, cowhide leather. Vegetable-tanned, organic root dyed. Magnetic button clasp snap opening. Adjustable straps (insert size), additional handle on top. One front pocket, one inside pocket with a zipper. 100% handmade and hand-painted
Who We Are ?
Chicatolia leather goods are the nest quality, hand crafted, one of a kind, eco-conscious, and fair trade friendly goods. Designed in Chicago, they are constructed and hand-painted in Turkey, by Turkish artisans.
Leather bound journals – This great piece of art is handmade from wrinkled leather (available in four different colors) and top quality Persian paper. It is secured shut with a C-hook, and the book itself is very easy to use as the soft durable leather can easily open and close without any effort. Each journal is handmade with some unique variations so no one is exactly like another. The journal can also be used as a notebook, sketchbook or diary.
Handbags – Made from premium quality organic leather, the styles include shoulder and cross body bags, clutches, totes, briefcases, backpacks and coin purses.
Jewelry – Handcrafted necklaces and earrings as well as bracelets for men and women.
Accessories – keychains, belts, phone cases, pen holders
For every fashion style – simple and chic to eclectic and fun or somewhere in between, the unique line of Chicatolia products will help you find your style and make you smile in the process.
As the technology improves and advance therefore consumer’s shopping behavior is also changing correspondingly. Digital payments have become more popular last decade and people do not prefer to carry much cash on them anymore and cash become just a number in your bank accounts. As your shopping habits become cashless how are you adapting yourself to it?
Were you ever in situation that you did not carry any cash with you and the store only accepted cash? I can hear you are nodding and confirming, and this happens to us more and more. In recent months we read articles about 'to carry cash or not' related research findings, and there is an apparent trend that people choose not to carry cash on them.