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New A Harmless Project Featuring Melie Bianco!

I’m so excited to have Melie Bianco back on another episode of A Harmless Project. Definitely check out our first collaboration here. This time around I have two new bags from them and they’re absolutely gorgeous (see episode below for more).

Melia Bianco produces cruelty-free vegan statement bags that are fair trade, affordable, good quality, and environmental friendly while still being chic. These are bold on trend bags that are attainable so you won’t break the bank to add the latest trends to your wardrobe. Truly the best part, however, is that this is a company that cares about the planet, animals, and people. Read more about their eco-mentality here.

My personal review of these bags is that they’re versatile staples. I love my MB bags and find that I use them more frequently that a lot of my other bags because they’re stylish and durable. Their bags come with removable and adjustable straps, an adorable polka dot lining, handy compartments, and sturdy hardware. The outer material feels luxurious but is easy to clean and can take a beating without showing signs of wear.

I styled their Villette bag in Black with a grey two piece set from Lovers + Friends and vegan sneakers from Bourgeois Boheme. I love sets because you can wear them together or separately so they’re really multifunctional. Then, I styled their Vita bag in Taupe with ripped jeans from Current/Elliot, a long stripped button front collared shirt from Native Youth, and a collarless long suit coat from James Jeans (and it’s not wool!). Menswear inspired looks are my absolute favorite. Most of my wardrobe is menswear inspired and I find these pieces to be the easiest to wear while making the most chic impression. The Vita bag here brings in a some minimal femininity that softens the look.

Shop the entire line of gorgeous Melie Bianco bags here.


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