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Ready For Fall With 10 Ethically Made Totes Under $250

I always carry my life with me, even when I am just running out to grab coffee. The tote bag is my tried-and-true travel companion that never judges my clutter (4 different lipsticks and a half-eaten sandwich, anyone?). And if there's one style advice I can offer, it is that you can never go wrong with a classic camel tote.
I have shortlisted a list of 10 ethically-made totes that is perfect as we are slowly transitioning into fall. These sturdy, versatile totes will hold everything you need and more, and yes, you can look good and feel good about your purchase, so go ahead and look!

1. Sseko Safari Leather Bucket Bag ($159.99) Ethically sourced, designed and handcrafted by women in Ethiopia from oil-tanned leather with a spacious, unlined interior that includes a zippered and a patched pocket.
2. Tribe Alive Rivet Standard Tote ($238.00) Utilitarian carryall handsewn by artisan partners in Haiti from genuine vegetable-tanned leather, the ultimate throw-and-go bag with both interior and exterior pockets.
3. Angela Roi Andrea Tall Tote ($105.00) Chic and minimal design ethically made in Vietnam from vegan leather, with a plush vegan suede interior and gold studs on the bottom.
4. FashionABLE Abera Crossbody Tote ($178.00) Versatile tote that can worn over the shoulder or across the body, handcrafted in Ethiopia with an interior pocket and magnetic closure and the option to be personalized
5. Matt & Nat FLEURY ($145.00) Structured bag with a timeless design, made from vegan leather and an eco-friendly stamp for lining made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles.
6. Cuyana Classic Leather Zipper Tote ($195.00) Perfect marriage of luxury and practicality, designed in San Francisco and made in Argentina from the finest pebbled leather.
7. BAGGU Basic Tote ($180.00) The softest leather you will ever touch, made in USA from natural milled leather and updated with a foldover top for added finish and durability.
8. FEED Harriet Tote ($195.00) Fashion and mindfulness collide with this stunning leather tote made of genuine vegetable-tanned leather, and every purchase of this tote provides 100 meals to children in need.
9. Raven and Lily Kerem Convertible Handbag ($198.00) One-of-a-kind convertible bag that is locally-sourced and vegetable-dyed by women vulnerable to sex trafficking in Ethiopia, with a small pocket on the inside and magnetic button closure.
10. Haiti Design Co-op Classic Leather Tote ($200.00) Classic no-frills design made by women in vulnerable living situations in Haiti, profits go towards providing stability and support in their lives.
Would you carry any of them? What's your daily go-to bag?

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