Four-Way Casey Bag

Four-Way Casey Bag

by Audrey Mae Ferriol February 28, 2016

One bag. Four unique ways.

This is why we call the Casey the bag-of-all-trades. Watch how this multi-transfiguration bag transforms into four different designs.

Four-Way Casey Bag

The bags we love the most are the versatile ones, perfectly fitting all the things that matter to you with no stress or fuss. ;) Get your own bestselling Casey in our online store or in our brick and mortar stores.




Audrey Mae Ferriol
Audrey Mae Ferriol

Author

Co-curator of Things That Matter and an advocate of intentional and compassionate living for a more inclusive world. You can follow her stories on Instagram at @audreyferriol.




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