Chila Bags are hand-made by the women of the Wayuu tribe. These bags are a famous part of the Wayuu women’s culture and traditions. Each bag is completely one of a kind and takes 10-15 days to be made. Every colour, pattern and design is unique meaning no two Chila bags are the same. The Wayuu women who craft these bold bags are taken care of and are ensured fair pay and safe working conditions. Each Chila bag is a labour of love not to mention a way to keep the village’s economy running. The beautiful colours in Chila bags make them fun for any season and are the kind of fun accessory you can wear just about anywhere.
These bags are not only beautiful for the fabulous character each bag posses, but also for the culturally rich story behind each bag. These bags are truly magnificent and the kind of wardrobe staple you will find yourself returning to again and again.
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