Lilac Hula Bucket Bag

$100.00 Regular price $285.00
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  • Handmade crocheted cotton bucket bag
  • Pompom and tassel details 
  • Crochet strap 
  • Magnetic closure 
  • Dust bag included

Each bag is 100% handmade in Colombia and unique in it's own way. Colors and patterns may vary slightly from photo.

FINAL SALE. This product cannot be returned. 


Handmade by mastered Wayuu artisans in the region of La Guajira in Colombia, we are thrilled to share our one-of-a-kind “Hula Bucket Bag.” It takes a total of three different craftswomen (and men) to finish a single one of our Hula buckets bags. One artisan weaves the bucket bag to perfection while another master artisan creates one pom-pom at a time. A third artisan completes the bag with playful tassels, gold closures and a woven label. We love the refreshing and effortless movement from the fringe tassels and the matching strap. Its bucket bag silhouette is spacious enough to hold all your essentials, wallet, sunglasses, keys, cell phone and hand sanitizer. Pack it flat in your suitcase and wear it on your next summer vacation. 

Height: 11in / 28cm

Strap Length: 18-20in (approx.)/46-48cm/

Width: 13in / 34cm

To clean, wipe dry with a damp cloth. Use liquid soap if needed. Hang dry.

Kind To People and The Planet 

Female Empowerment

Global Appeal 

Fair Trade And Sustainable Practices

By working closely with local craftsmen and women, Soraya provides a stable source of employment to over 40 Wayuu families, rejecting the fast fashion business model in favor of a more sustainable, environmentally responsible production process.

SORAYA HENNESSY is committed to advancing the economic rights of indigenous women in Colombia and Venezuela. Through offering waged two times industry average for their art, Soraya empowers Wayuu women to become entrepreneurs themselves, as well as encouraging innovation and providing education and training to them and their families. Soraya also makes sure to meet with her artisans whenever she can, and knows the creator of each bag personally. She shuns faceless mass-production in favour of this fair-trade alternative approach, simultaneously supporting vulnerable Wayuu communities and raising awareness about sustainable practices. As all weaving is done by hand, in the home of the artisan without factories or machines, SORAYA HENNESSY champions responsible business practices that supports Wayuu people and the planet.

We invite you take this craftsmanship journey with us, learn more HERE.

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