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DOLORES green/ orange

Regular price €44,40 EUR
Regular price Sale price €44,40 EUR
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The DOLORES flap bag from the FAMILY collection is your perfect pouch that can be used as a cross-body or shoulder bag thanks to the included adjustable strap.

Left colour: orange, right colour: green.


Limited stock or made to order Size: 24 x 14 cm (when closed)

Adjustable strap: ~60 to ~110 cm long


Handmade by Isabelle in the Netherlands.

Reversible Made from polyester eco-fabrics.

Materials locally sourced.

Limited stock or made to order.

Shipping policy

Delivery time

1- 3 weeks, because there is limited stock and the products are made to order.

Delivery costs

€4,95 in NL

Return policy

We are almost sure that you will love your new purchase, but if it doesn’t make you smile to the fullest, you have the right to return it.

Unfortunately we can’t accept any items that have been worn, washed or damaged. The original hangtag must be attached.

You can return/change your item within 14 days.

Don’t forget to send us an email at with your name, the reason of return and your bankdetails so we can repay your money as soon as possible.
You have to pay the return shipping costs yourself.

NOTE: We strongly recommend to make a picture of the package with the label before you send it back to us. This way you have more chance to get compensation if the package is lost by the postal company.

* Return address:
The Dutch Rebel
Colijnlaan 49
9722 PK Groningen
The Netherlands


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BINARY focuses on conscious production to provide customers a responsible shopping experience. By conscious production I mean: local producting (carefully handmade by yours truly), local sourcing of eco-fabrics and materials, and minimal waste by making sure the materials are efficiently and properly used. Also, by making products to order or by only keeping low stocks, we prevent further waste and overproduction.

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