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This Cute Shoulder Bag Has Adjustable And Detachable Shoulder Straps, Which Can Be Hand-Held Or Crossed Diagonally, With A Variety Of Styles

. Fashion: Unique Design And Elegant Appearance Make It Suitable For Any Equipment, Whether It Is School, Travel Or Business, It Just Does Its Job.

Spacious Enough To Store And Organize Your Things. It Is Spacious Enough To Store And Organize Your Things.

The Cute School Backpack Can Be Used For School, Hiking, Business, Work, Travel, Shopping, Dating, Etc. Fashionable Backpacks Are Perfect Gifts For Ladies, Classmates, Friends, Students, Birthdays, New Years, Valentine'S Day, Anniversaries, Etc.

This Is A Very Practical Backpack.The Main Capacity Includes, 1 Built-In Zipper And 2 Storage Grids.

Moderate Capacity And Easy To Carry.

Dimensions: 7.48 (Inches) L X 3.94 (Inches) Wide X 7.48 (Inches). This Bag Can Hold Ipad Mini, Mobile Phone, Wallet And Some Small Things.

Please Note The Size Reference On The Image.

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