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Lilly Mae Fanny Pack/ Cross Body Bag
Sleek and compact, this multicolored cross-body bag by Lilly Mae is perfect for carrying your must-have accessories on the go. Convertible from a fanny pack to a cross-body purse, this versatile pouch can be worn for a variety of occasions.
ITEM#: 13693913This bag can be worn as a fanny pack and/or cross body purse, allowing you to have your hands free while keeping your necessities close. From Lilly Mae Bags, this pack is able to fit cell phones, mp3 players, small digital cameras and more.
Proudly crafted in the United States, this stylish purse is made from a combination of cotton, polyester and plastic components for a long-lasting design. Its two pockets offer convenient storage space and a nickel eyelet allows you to connect your headphones while toting your electronic device. This chic and versatile accessory is available in simple black or four other lovely designs to suit your taste.
- State: Utah
- Color options: Green/brown, pink/brown, blue/brown, black/white, black
- Construction: Cotton/poly, plastic
- Hardware: Nickel eyelet
- Pockets: Two
- Eyelet for headphone access
- Dimensions: Bag: 6.25 inches wide x 4 inches high
- Strap: 27-56.5 inches long
- Weight: 0.3 ounce
- Model: LM-BLK-LG
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LillyMaeBags, Inc. was founded in 2009 with the goal of allowing women the freedom of carrying just what you need and leave your hands free. Our products are manufactured in the U.S. and are made with fashionable fabric to fit your unique style.
|Color||Black Blue Brown Green Pink White|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Distributor|
|Materials||Cotton/Poly - plastic - nickel|
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Worked well for me on my trip to Egypt. I was able to leave my everyday purse in the hotel and fit everything I needed when touring into this bag.Read More
Poorly constructed. A home craft project gone bad. Did not hold together. Disappointing.Read More
I bought this hoping I could fit an iphone 6 plus but it doesn't fit. The length of the bag is about 1/4 inch more than the phone, but because of the zipper, etc. it doesn't fit. Instead of returning it I gave it to my sister to use with an iphone 5 and it fits nicely.Read More
Bought this to carry my phone and other necessities while walking- well constructed very cute! I want one in every color!Read More
This fanny pack looks big in the picture. When my daughter open it sbe as so disappointed. She can't even put her phone in it.Read More
This bag is great! I used it in Disneyworld to carry my phone, park hopper and a few other small items and it was perfect. It was really light, almost unnoticeable around my waist and it is 50 times cuter than a regular fanny pack. It felt great not to be weighed down by a purse in the parks.Read More
I chose the black one as I am going to a formal affair and wearing a dress with a black skirt, and no pockets. My friends are giving me a hard time for even considering a fanny pack under these circumstances. I just needed to safely carry a credit card, some cash, an I.D. and my cell phone - while having my hands free - AND NOT APPEAR LIKE I WAS WEARING A FANNY PACK. I think this will work great - small, thin, light weight, not obtrusive, soft fabric that contours to my body. My friends will be wondering where they left their handbag when they got up to get food, or when they went to dance, and worrying if their valuables are safe. MY valuables will be discreetly attached to me. I'm very happy with the product.Read More
This is a cute alternative to the bulky fanny packs for women who just want to carry the minimum. I use it to walk the dogs and it holds my keys and phone, plus some baggies and a few treats. That's it.Read More
My family went to New York for a family vacation. I ordered 3 of these bags for my mom, my sister, and I to use instead of purses. They were amazing! The strap fits in your beltloops for added security. The plastic clip is strong. The fabric seems sturdy. The bag was the PERFECT size for my cell phone (iphone/blackberry), credit card, driver's license, single car key, chapstick and cash. The bag can also be used as a crossbody bag. I am very happy with my purchase!Read More
I bought this little bag to store my passport, credit cards, and some cash while traveling through Central America. I wore it daily, as it fits easily through belt loops and sits comfortably on my waist. Though I originally wasn't sold on the idea of a "fanny pack," this little purse was perfect and discrete and held everything I needed to keep close to me. I can definitely see myself using it again. The strap was plenty long enough for my waist (<30 inches), so I tucked the extra through the headphone hole so that I didn't have to cut it off. I think this is going to prove to be my go-to accessory when I don't want to carry a purse.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello Holley926, there is an adjustable strap and if you look very closely at the area above the green purse, you will see the 3 prong strap. Thank you for shopping with us. Rochelle B
Can this be worn under clothes instead of through a belt loop so that no one can see you have it on?
Hi skeeball049, This can be worn under clothing, but it was not designed with that in mind. I hope this helps, thanks for shopping with us.
Will a PASSPORT fit in this bag?
Yes, your passport should fit in this bag.
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