SINBONO is a retailer based in New York that carries a wide range of handbags- from shoulder and crossbody bags to mini bags, bucket bags and accessories.
What sets SINBONO apart from other retailers, is that they use vegan leathers and eco-friendly packaging.
Let’s take a deeper look at SINBONO’s materials and packaging.
Most of SINBONO’s bags are made from recycled plastic bottles, while others such as the Emily Belt Bag are made from AppleSkin.
AppleSkin is a relatively new material made from the leftover pulp of the apple juicing process.
SINBONO’s packaging is made from GreyBoard paper which is recyclable and biodegradable.
Unboxing the Fiona Bag: My Review
The timeless features like the buckle closure and gold hardware as well as the durability of the bag, mean it’ll stand the test of time in my slow fashion closet.
The Fiona bag measures 10.62″ wide x 3.15″ deep x 5.9″ high, and fits all of my essentials- phone, wallet, mask, glasses, keys and sanitizer- which for a shoulder bag is a rarity.
The shoulder strap is adjustable with a drop length ranging from 10.23″ to 10.82″.
This is perfect for my petite frame, since I find most shoulder bags either sit too low or too high when I adjust the length.
My Overall Thoughts on SINBONO
From a sustainability point of view, I love SINBONO’s use of recycled plastic and AppleSkin materials as well as their minimal and recyclable packaging.
What’s great about the brand is they offer inter-changeable straps, so you can get a different look that aligns with your outfit, without having to get an entirely new purse.
This allows you to get more wears out of your handbag- which is what the slow fashion ethos is all about.
Finally, I love that SINBONO’s products are affordably priced and come in a range of styles and colours, which makes owning sustainable goods a little more accessible.
My Favourite SINBONO Pieces
If you’re in the market for a new handbag, shop my picks below for timeless pieces that are sure to stand the test of time in your closet.
Which piece is your favourite?
Let me know in the comments below!
Until next time,