Pierotucci Embracing February Red


For more than one reason February is associated with red and hearts – Pierotucci is embracing the challenge to show you something red every day.  Just a little reminder to Go Red for Women and take care of your heart.

Featuring a roomy hand tote bag from FRANCESCO BIASIA in February red with patent black leather handles. Made from a soft and supple leather, this viscose lined ladies tote bag is just the trick for chasing away those winter Monaco blues!  Francesco Biasia is line of Italian leather handbags which has recently be taken over by the ever so colorful Braccialini designers.  The designs of F. Biasia have a tendency to offer classical styles for a mature shopper.  They can make an easy transition from the board room to the happy hour with their elegance and design.

February Red from Francesco Biasia Italian Leather HandbagsWhat’s different? The size of this Italian leather bag with the easy top zip closure is a nice contrast to the lightweight nature of the bag.  This means  you can load it up with tons of stuff and still carry it around easily.

What’s there to like about this Italian leather handbag?  It has a black base in a sturdy leather to protect it from scuffing.  The broad base makes assures a good balance when you set it down, making sure it won’t accidentally tip over.

What would be different? A bag this size would probably benefit from a shoulder strap.  However the drop on the handles is large enough to comfortably slip over the shoulder if necessary.

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About Pierotucci

Since 1972 Pierotucci has been designing and producing classic Italian Leather goods for men & women, including leather bags, leather handbags and purses, leather jackets and leather accessories such as wallets, gloves, belts and much more.
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