Beautiful Rucksacks

29th October 2014


Rucksacks have been big news for the past few seasons and aren’t going anywhere just yet. Less back to school and more classic and cool, nothing combines practicality and elegance the way Harriet Sanders’ leather rucksacks do. Indeed, our rucksack collection is growing into a varied range of super chic and colourful pieces. The stunning tan and pistachio rucksack will be your perfect match for the chillier days, blending ever so perfectly not just with autumn leaves but with all your outfits too. If black is always the new black for you, our black and grey rucksack will be your go-to choice. But if you’re craving a pop of colour for the darker days, why not go for our red hot scarlet and black rucksack or the cheery coral and taupe rucksack – we hear that coral is set to be one of the biggest star shades of Spring Summer ’15. Naturally, we can customise rucksacks in your choice of colour – let us know what your dream rucksack is and we’ll make it happen!SL Rucksack back greySL Rucksack Tan Pistachio


Wording by Vanessa Zaree

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