Vakaro Leather Bags – Review and 40% discount for BI followers!

20 May


The new face of leather

Leather is commonly being featured by many designers like Proenza Shouler and Mary Katrantzou, to name a couple on the runway this year. The trendiest are sporting leather prints and textures on clothes, shoes, accessories and bags.

Bringing you the 2013 leather trend at a more affordable price in the form of bags, wallets and clutches is an online store I was thrilled to find – Vakaro. This store has invigorated my senses with its collection and my emotional quotient with its fair trade policy.

What I like about Vakaro bags

  • Every bag is hand painted, which adds a special personal touch to their line.
  • Their designs are unique and unlike any I have seen.
  • The bags burst with vibrant designs in natural and abstract forms that transform them into pieces of art. In addition, I like that each bag has a name.
  • Vakaro gets its inspiration from the runway and nature and is designed for women who appreciate unique designs and style.
  • They ship internationally, if you shop online.
  • They have stores in India, Slovakia, Canada and Australia.
  • Their site includes prices in INR and USD.

Some of their best pieces

Click on the images to know more.





Promise of rain












Nectar Blues0009651_defining-the-unknown_300











Defining the unknown



dancing tunes limited edition - only 25 pieces worldwide










Dancing tunes (this one is limited edition)










Flower Rhythm







Why I admire Vakaro

  • Vakaro chooses artisans from the mob of economically challenged young adults with artistic talents. Vakaro then trains and shapes the artisans into creating the skilled masterpieces now being sold. Not only did they find artists with the right skills, but they also contributed towards creating opportunities for the less privileged.
  • Vakaro follows a fair trade policy and believes that every bag it sells, takes its artisans a step closer to building better lives for themselves.
  • Their fair trade policy ensures their workers are paid more than similar skilled workers in other industries. They also offer them, including their families, health insurance and retirement benefits.
  • Vakaro says, “The artisans are happy to be able to afford the simple things that we take for granted- to have electricity in their homes, to send their children to school and to save for their retirement.” “We are happy that we are able to make a difference to so many lives and give back to the community which has helped us reach this far.”

What Vakaro is offering Beauty Informer readers!

Now, for the fun part – Vakaro has kindly offered to give you a flat 40% discount off any item you buy from their online store.

Visit their store if you love fashionable, trendy, and unique bags, clutches or wallets that will definitely make heads turn. I could hang most of them on a wall quite frankly, and admire their beauty 🙂



I would love to know what you think of this store, so please feel free to share your thoughts with me, below.


8 Responses to “Vakaro Leather Bags – Review and 40% discount for BI followers!”

  1. Amria May 20, 2013 at 12:16 pm #

    Hey, I gave you a little nomination here 😀 If you didn’t recieve it already, check it out and if you did it already, leave me your link, I’d love to read about you 😀 xo

    • beautyinformer May 20, 2013 at 4:10 pm #

      Hey Amria, I’ll check it out today. Thank you xoxo


  2. Daryl May 20, 2013 at 8:45 pm #

    Nicely done!

    much happy for you

  3. bellezakisses May 21, 2013 at 1:19 am #

    Loving the Flower Rhythm clucth. I’m a new follower from the Blog Hop

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